This hotel must have been first class in the 1940s. Not anymore. The hotel faces a busy intersection which means you are the recipient of a cacophony of honking cars -- day and night. The service was particularly bad as personnel was unfriendly, if not altogether hostile. Rooms are small. The bed reminded me of military service. The hangers in the closet (all three) were plastic, bent, and highly dusty. Wi Fi was highly erratic. Breakfast was poor (except for the bread, which, incidentally, guests had to cut with their bear hands). All in all, it was a very poor experience -- even for a three star hotel!
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking