The rooms at this hotel are clean but rather dark, especially the sitting rooms in the suites. Service is a little lacking - the phone in my room didn't work and wasn't fixed when I requested it. The balconies are nice. The gym is a poor effort. Proximity to Johns Hopkins Homewood is unbeatable.
The staff is a mixed bag. I have had nice conversations with a manager-type guy and with the maintenance staff. When I asked someone at the front desk for a suggestion of a good restaurant to take a business client downtown, she suggested Hooters...
I have stayed at this hotel several times, and it seems to me that each time I am there, the restaurant is under new management with a new name but the same clueless staff. I had a lunch there that was disgusting. Huge hunks of bread and undercooked chicken. The following morning I had a breakfast meeting that was absurdly bad. The buffet eggs were green and they only make one omelet at a time. Plus, the waiter brought us our bill before anyone had consumed so much as a sip of coffee. I've never seen that done before.More
- Free Wifi