The room was a non-smoking room but, the room had been smoked in and it had residual cigarette odor in it. Also, the TV remote did not work and the replacement remote did not work either. But, we could manually control the TV. Otherwise the room was quiet and comfortable.
I made this reservation in a hurry. After I started reading the reviews (the day before I left) I started getting nervous, but it was too late to cancel. It was better than I thought. The room was fine, although the bathroom light and fan would randomly come on throughout the night, waking us up. The staff were fine, although not overly friendly and oftentimes difficult to find. We went to the bar for happy hour at five and waited approximately 15 minutes before seeing anyone. She poked her head out of the back and stated they were having chowder in the kitchen and she was just enjoying herself a bowl. That's fine, but maybe take a bite and check your bar.
The parking was great; pleanty of it and free. :)
Nice to have a coffeepot in the room, but no cups or water cups. The breakfast area was disgusting with trash overflowing and no staff looking in on it at all. Try to care and it all would have been fine.
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