The original place was 19th Century, but torn down and the current place built in the 1970's. It was obviously designed to complement Rothmann's Steak House, an adjacent 100+ year old restaurant.
ENI is reasonable, considering the pricey area where it is located. But it's one of those places that isn't quite as good as it thinks it is. The decor is dated. They now have wifi, but outlets in rooms are adequate for modern tech needs.
Free breakfast wasn't a regular feature in 1970's places like this, but it's been added, no doubt to meet customer expectations. But, since space doesn't seem to have been planned, it's sort of crammed in there. Not much space, but limited selection makes it hard to linger, so turnover keeps space available.
Rooms are clean, come with refrigerators (empty). But mattresses are hit or miss - some good, some not so good.
Not affiliated with any loyalty programs, so every visit makes you a new customer.
Overall OK, but if there was a Hampton close by, I'd probably head there if inly for the better breakfast.
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