It's great location notwithstanding (it does have a great location), we thought the hotel to be dumpy - well past its prime and due for a major refurbishment. The rooms were colorless - shades of dingy grey. The only two spots of color in the room were the blue sliding glass door to the bathroom and the bright red of the bathroom vanity (this is supposed to be chic?). The furniture looked like rejects from the local Salvation Army store. The tile work in the bathroom was terrible - looks like a couple of botched jobs for repairing the tile base. There was a space in the bathroom ceiling which at one time must have borne a light fixture - but now was an hole in the ceiling with exposed electrical wiring - a violation of electrical code I am sure. It cries for a cover plate. The crowning glory in our room was the bathroom towel that we discovered was torn when unfolded for use. I've posted photos of our room.
As others have noted, nighttime freight trains rumble through town just behind the hotel - and if you're not a sound sleeper, this could be bothersome.
The restaurant was O.K. - nothing more. Service was a bit spotty and prices no bargain.More
- Free Wifi