My friend and I got a room because we were celebrating her birthday in downtown and the Gilmore was the closest. When we checked in, the receptionist was great and we had a few laughs with her and she even upgraded us to a room with two beds instead of one, which was pretty awesome of her.
OK, now for the problems:
1.) wifi. The password I was given didn't work and when I asked about it, I was told that it was the correct password and that maybe there was something wrong with my computer. (yeah...I don't know how to work my computer...that's probably it...)
2.) furniture placement. The sink was not in the bathroom but instead nestled snugly against my friend's bed so that while she napped I had no access to the sink with out sitting on her bed.
3.) Breakfast in the morning. We were excited to hear there was a continental breakfast but when we walked down stairs at 7 in the morning we were greeted with a dozen store-bough mini muffins, two cartons of juice, cereal with no milk, and no coffee cups.
Other than the location, I really didn't see any upsides to staying at the Gilmore.
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- A deluxe property with Alaskan charm. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Gilmore Hotel Ketchikan, Alaska