Nice small hotel, great decoration, great location and excellent food in the restaurant
Nice design in public spaces and rooms, great atmosphere, well located
Hotel was in a good location to be able to walk around the downtown area. Room was clean, and it's nice to have the kitchen available for use.
This hotel was made up of several older homes restored and filled with period items. There were several common areas both indoors and out where you could relax.
We love ❤️ the Four Seasons service and the fine property
Furniture was less than adequate especially the couch. TV kept shutting on and off and needs to be attended to. Was a great location downtown
liked the convenient location, liked how modern an well equipped it was. did not like that the common areas were not "kept up" but overall a great place
Great location! Super cool industrial modern vibe with a large open space and updated kitchen and furniture. Very cozy and cute, and I loved the location!
Spacious suites complete with washer/dryer. Within walking distance of all the main sites.
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