Price was great. Staff was courteous. room was comfortable. Room was a little crouded especially the rolling desk chair was hard to get around desk. Electric plug on desk did not work. Breakfast could be better. Powder egg not delicious. Needed more variety in menue
Nice clean room with dining table and two chairs, armchair, comfy bed with big fluffy pillows, there was a blow dryer, a real, full-size ironing board and iron, plenty of clean towels, the usual toiletries, the room service breakfast was fit for a king (worth it if you have a big day ahead and might have to skip lunch), staff were pleasant and prompt, the view from my window was nicer than most, with lots of trees, and the location was convenient.
I had no complaints, other than the room smelled a bit like dirty hair, or unclean scalp. It may have been the pillows but to be fair, I didn't request replacements - too dog tired by the end of the evenings. Overall a nice place to spend a few days during a business trip.
The roof top A/C unit was noisy and our room was on the 7th floor. I am a retired facilities director at a hospital so I know about annoying noises from roof top A/C units. Woke me a number of times in the night. If staying there again I would ask for a room on a lower floor. Other than that it was a very nice place to stay. We didn't really use any of the facilities. Just there overnight. Room was excellent, no complaints with that.
At the junction of the Nashua and Merrimack rivers, Nashua was originally part of Massachusetts until the state line was redrawn in 1741. Known as Gate City because of its central location, Nashua rose to prominence as a railroad hub and as a center for cotton manufacturing. The second-largest city in New Hampshire, Nashua is considered part of the Boston corridor technology hub.