Okay, I stayed from Thursday to Sunday. This review will be kind of long, but I have lots to say about this place. To start with, I checked in Thursday evening. One person working the front, took about 10 minutes to get checked in with people in front of me. However, she was super friendly. Next up the room. It's not grand like the name implies. It's pretty small. For $190/night it was a pretty crappy view of another building and McDonald's too. There was a place for a fridge, but no fridge. I get I can request one, but why have the spot. The bathroom is tiny. The shower is weird. There is no door on it, but it has about half glasses, so my floor got wet. There is a weird glass door, so if you're not staying with someone close, it could be awkward. Also, it'll be nice when the pool is done, no tub to relax in. Next up, the so called complimentary high speed internet. There isn't any. On the free internet, I got .3 megs download. My Verizon jetback was much fast so I used it the entire weekend. You can pay to upgrade for $10/day, but after reading some reviews it's not worth it. The valet here is pretty bad as well. On Friday after dinner I came back and had to go to the valet booth myself to give them my keys. The most worrisome event happened Saturday night. I got back to the hotel around 11:50pm. There was a couple inside the valet booth. I got up and they asked me if I was valet. I told them no. So he starts cussing saying they've waited 15 minutes for valet to get their car keys. They were inside looking for the keys. I went to the front desk and told them what was going on and she said, "Yup, they've been out there a while." No help at all. So I went back outside. The couple after about 5 minutes found there keys, got in a car and left. Shortly after the valet guy comes up. I give him my keys and that was it. So, I guess, use valet at your own risk. Valet booth is left unattended and you can get your keys yourself if you want. One nice thing about this place is the walking distance to the Market Square as well as the light train. The train is free in the downtown area as long as you're not going across the rivers. The lobby is nice, the rooms look nice.
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