This was a basic hotel that was chosen because of its location and the fact that it had handicapped rooms. I use an electric scooter to get around so this is always a factor. The rooms were small and charmless - more like a dorm room. It was also very dark. The bathroom was quite large and the shower was great. There was a sink basin with no shelf space anywhere in the bathroom, even though there was lots of room in there. Current designers of hotel accessible baths seem to think that wheelchair users don't use toiletries or toothbrushes. Are we supposed to put them on the floor?
The staff was very nice but it seemed that casual visitors were a rarity as they were more accustomed to the Federal Govt. employees coming for training.
We were the only ones in the restaurant for breakfast and yet we had to wait 30 minutes for our eggs, which we then had to send back as they resembled hockey pucks. Maybe we just hit a bad day.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking