Wheelchair access is very important to my wife, so I always include those in my reviews. I also comment on other features of interest to all travelers. Hampton Inn is our first preference when looking for a hotel and have stayed at many over the years.
We were in room #214, a very roomy king bed room. There are no rooms on the first floor, only meeting rooms. The bathorrm was also very roomy, great for a wheelchair. Lots of sink counter space. Roll-in shower was very well designed with lots of grab bars and all controls within reach. The sliding bathroom door was a great idea that made getting into the bathroom with a wheelchair very easy. Bed was very comfortable as most Hampton Inn beds have been for us. The only negative we found was we could easily hear the neighbors talking which may have been through the room door as this was an "adjoining" room.
Check-in staff were very friendly. Breakfast was OK, with two types of cooked eggs but neither without cheese.
For being next to an airport I barely heard only one plane taking off during our stay.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking
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