Stayed the one night prior to a conference, which was taking place nearby.
Lots of car parking. I did have to change my room as the first one had a number of lights not working (only two of the seven bulbs were working - something that you'd have thought would have been spotted by the hotel housekeeping/maintenance staff - it must have happened over some considerable time, gradually getting worse). Receptionist was very good, giving me the key to the second room to check it out and was solicitous about how I then found it. These are nice, modern rooms with light wood effect furnishings and good lighting (the second room). Mattress was firm and very comfortable. I didnt need to use a computer but I think (but am not sure) that wifi access is free.
Had dinner in the hotel - a bargain three courser for £20 (there are a number of restaurants within a few minutes walk, where I've eaten in the past - a good Persian about 10 minutes stroll away). Breakfast was also good with a buffet for "continental" items and the "full English" cooked to order.