We stayed at the Ashland Springs Hotel over the Memorial Day Holiday. The hotel is what you would expect in an old historic building. The rooms are smaller than average (approx 200 sqft) so things are very tight. The location is great if you want to be right down in the heart of beautiful Ashland. But, the big drawback was a continuous high pitched vibration sound coming from the air handling unit. Turning the unit off, did not stop the noise. And, the front desk literally said, "oh yeah, well that is a problem that every room has. We can't do anything about it". They were nice enough to give us a free meal at the adjoining restaurant. But, sleep was impossible without using earplugs. It's that loud and annoying. I would hope that the hotel management will look into rectifying this apparent problem that effects every room, according to the front desk. It is a very cute hotel, if you don't mind a very tight quarters.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Elegantly restored 1925 historic landmark in the heart of downtown Ashland offers seventy tastefully appointed, non-smoking guest rooms, Waterstone Spa, English garden,banquet/conference space and Larks Restaurant. Calming colors & decorations evoke an era of relaxed comfort and elegance. Guests are pampered with superb service and luxurious surroundings. Hotel guests enjoy complimentary continental breakfast, afternoon tea with baked treats, discount to hotel's Waterstone Spa, free WiFi and parking. ... more less
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