Upon entering, you know the facilities are well maintained and nicely appointed. The rooms are on the small side, but they are adequate for a short stay. The beds are comfortable, but the TVs are antiques and have no sleep setting, so I hope the sound insulation is as good as I think it was. The personnel working there are friendly and helpful and the place was clean. Also, there are no tubs in the rooms, only showers.
The pool, spa, and sauna all were working and appeared to be well maintained. The temperature in the pool and spa was warm and felt good after a long day and for a morning swim.
The breakfast was kind of interesting in that it was VERY heavy on sweets and short on nutrition. There are lots of restaurants nearby, plan on going to one, but they do have an endless supply of coffee and donuts, if that is what you want.
This place would easily get another star if their wi-fi worked. You can get connected to the local area network, but good luck getting onto the Internet. When I asked the young lady at the front desk about it, she said it was something the matter with people's anti-virus protection packages that would not let them connect and to disable it. Huh? Did she REALLY say that? It sounds like they have a screwy set-up on their network connection and apparently have no intention of fixing it, leaving one to fend for themselves for wi-fi access. Oh, well, scratch this off your list if you NEED wi-fi access. (We were able to get a very slow connection using the Quality Inn's access, but hat was near useless and slow at best. Also, my laptop is using Vista; my wife's Windows 7, so its highly unlikely it is a configuration problem as both worked at hotel's the night before and night after.)
All in all, a nice place, as long as you do not need wi-fi access or are not on a diet; if you meet either of those two criteria, stay elsewhere.
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