My extended family and I stayed here for a few nights. The rates that were offered were reasonable, but we used Marriott comp points for the rooms. Still, the hotel was nice enough, I would have paid for the room. The staff are all very friendly. The interior and exterior very clean and well appointed. This was an accomplishment as there were not one but TWO college soccer teams staying there at the same time. This could have been chaos, but the staff pulled it off nicely.
My room had one king size bed that was one of the most comfortable beds I've slept on in a while. I'd gladly put a torch to my own mattress if I could get one of these in return! The televsion had more channels than any hotel I've every been in, even some of the nicer hotels in Vegas. All of the linens had a nice, clean smell, although the bath towels could have beena little softer. Still, if that's my only issue with things within the hotel's control, they are WAY ahead of the curve.
Breakfast in the morning was delicious. Among some of the items they offer on their complimentary breakfast (as of the minute I'm writing this, so don't hold them to it in a year) are Activia yogurt, do it yourself blueberry and regular waffles, Jimmy Dean breakfast sandwiches, fruit, coffee, milks and cereal. Really an excellent selection, and I've only listed a portion of the offerings. Plus, there were complimentary newspapers for guests. The pool and spa area, and the workout room, were clean and busy.
Now for the drawbacks, and there are a few potentially big ones. First, there is a train track across the freeway from the hotel. We couldn't hear any of the freeway noise, but the train horn went off a few times during the night because of the intersection it had to go through. This could be an issue for light sleepers. Second, The hotel is a little hard to get to. Easy to see, but hard to get to. Get a good map from Mapquest or Google to see where you will need to turn. Last, the smell from neighboring pastures and the sugar beet factory down the road infiltrate the building. It's not always noticeable, but when it is, it can be bad.
With that said, I would still stay here in a heartbeat. The hotel and the staff more than make up for the drawbacks. I might suggest requesting to be placed at the end of the hotel away from the freeway, I think it would be the northeast side. That will give you be best chance at avoiding the noise issue. Like I said, I will use this hotel next time I'm in Nampa. You should to...
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