We stayed at this hotel in September for three nights. We had a king room. It was adequate but seemed pretty snug. There are sliding glass doors to little balconies (we were on the third floor). It was nice that we could leave the door open a little at night to allow in fresh air and the sound of crickets.
There is no complementary breakfast here. You have to buy it. But their fare was pretty good and saved us from going out to find breakfast. There is a bar and late in the day when we came back we enjoyed beer and wine. We stayed here because it was convenient to the various venues we needed to access for a funeral, memorial service, and family gatherings.
We found the bed comfort to be average. Hampton Inn usually has more comfortable beds in our estimation. The amenities were limited. We never found the pool, but we didn't have time for it anyway.
Staff was nice and helpful.
The elevator is quite slow.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking