Just returned from my five night stay, May 1-5th at this hotel. I have been a guest here several times over the last few years and the main reason I return to this hotel is because I enjoy the location and the fact that it is a beautiful old Victorian building.
The room I got this time, 403, it is big and in the front of the hotel. It had a large bed but the pillows were hard, foam rocks! I could not get a good night's sleep at all. The legendary old housekeeper, Izzy, had pasted away four weeks ago. She was a character and not the nicest person but certainly made things colorful.
This hotel really could use sprucing up of their room furnishings. My room had a padded bench at the foot of the bed that was stained badly and really needed to be either recovered and replaced! It is a real shabby chic look. The staff was all very friendly and helpful. The restaurant on site is wonderful too.
If this place would just put in new beds and nicer bedding to go with it I would LOVE it!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Wayne Hotel, which opened in 1906, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Local entrepreneur Stephen W. Bajus purchased the property over 25 years ago and now, after a complete refurbishment, the hotel has been re-invented to offer accommodations with amenities expected by the modern traveler. Apart from its wonderful new restaurant, the Wayne Hotel offers a private room for dining and meetings, 40 inviting guest rooms including two luxury suites and 14 off-site luxury furnished apartments for longer term stays. ... more less
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