My in-laws stay here whenever they come to visit my nephew. So, we decided to give it a shot when we came for a visit.
The staff was very friendly. We wanted a room with a king sized bed. But none were available when we made the reservation. We settled for two queens. They found out what we wanted. And so when a king became available, they gave it to us.
Breakfast was terrific. Normally, I'd expect the meat to be dry. But the sausage was moist and flavorful.
Nice, quiet location
Very clean and classy
For some reason the bed gave me a sore back, has happened before at other Hampton Inns
The desk light was on upon entering the rooms and the push-switch was broke and down inside the lamp making it necessary to unscrew the bulbs to turn the light off....desk informed
When we arrived with our golden retriever they greeted Scotia with a biscuit! We had been travelling for 13 hours and they promptly assigned us a dog friendly first floor room close to the exit. We had a wonderfully clean room and an excellent sleep on a very nice comfortable mattress. There aren't a lot of dog friendly hotels so I wasn't sure how carefully it was maintained. It was as pristine as any Marriott I've been at. The most important part is that our dog was treated royally and she is rather shy so it made the visit a happy one..
Thank you for not just being pet friendly...... but also being pet FRIENDLY!
Although across the border in South Carolina, Rock Hill is considered to be in Charlotte’s fringes. The town’s Main Street is postcard-worthy with its mix of historic structures built between 1870 and 1835. Shuttered cotton mills are becoming residential, retail, and office space in the up-and-coming Textile Corridor. This thoroughfare connects downtown with Winthrop University.