We stayed at the Chestnut Boutique Hotel for 2 days, Sat. Oct. 12 and Sun. Oct 13. It's a lovely new property but could use a bit of tweaking and, more importantly, soundproofing. Free parking next door is very convenient (although it would be helpful for the attendants to have a shirt or tag identifying them as hotel employees, so guests aren't left to wonder to whom they are entrusting their vehicles). Our deluxe king room was large, handsome, spotless and comfortable (better reading light would have been appreciated). Definitely a huge improvement over the boring/tired chains in town! However, the first night (Sat.) loud voices of shouting partyers on the streets could be heard into the small hours of the morning (and we were on the top floor, not at street level). The other guests we spoke with at breakfast on Sun. said they hadn't been able to get to sleep until 2; one said she had been kept awake until 4. Our WVU student told us this was a typical Sat. night in Morgantown, so be warned! Sun. night was much quieter (Sat. was the start of a 4-day fall break at WVU, so most of the students had left by Sun.). The staff was smiling and eager to help. The free breakfast was ok. Decent coffee and good bacon with hard, dry scrambled eggs served on the rooftop on Sun., and the standard chain breakfast (pastries, English muffins and make-your-own waffles) in the lobby on Mon. We had to ask the staff to refill the coffee container, then the person who brought the refill failed to notice there were no coffee cups, so we had to ask for them next -- and he brought only one, telling us he had to ask housekeeping for it! The jacuzzis on the rooftop looked inviting. We were sorry we hadn't brought bathing suits.