I know a good location is worth $$$ but for more than 200$ a night I just expect more than this. Don't get me wrong, the room was really clean and ok, but it had nothing out of the ordinary.
We work really hard all year to go on vacation and when I book an hotel that can cost more than 400$ a night I expect more than that.
Pros : good location, clean and spacious room
Cons : several things were broken in the room (we couldn't close the curtains and we had the parking spot on us while sleeping, broken lamp, I made a hole in my pant with the chair and severall other things)
The rooms are supposed to accomodate 4 people but they are not designed for it. There is a sign in the bathroom to re use the towels but there is only one hook to hang them. Were are we supposed to let them dry? We had towels for only 2 persons. There was only one night stand with plugs to charge our cameras and phones.
Terrible breakfast (I don't eat in the morning so I usually take fruits or pastries or yogurts to eat later but there was none of these choices, the coffee was the worst I ever had)
I don't think being close to a national park is a good excuse to give a poor service and an ordinary experience to customers. I am glad we were there before summer but people should definitely boycott these kind of hotels if we want the prices to become reasonable again, otherwise, people who work hard won't be able to travel anymore.