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April 10, 2005
Our room had an entrance hall, after which you entered the main room. We had a dining niche with a wooden table and chairs,
a sofa, chair and ottoman, dresser, coffee table, and large TV on a rolling stand. There was a fridge and microwave in our dining area. The coffee maker was located in the bathroom, just in case you get the urge for a cup while showering!
This was a very good-size room. We had two double beds, each with three pillows. I appreciated the fact that one of them was feather.
The whole exterior wall was windows. There were at least five lamps in the room, but somehow it still seemed a little dim. We had a few housekeeping issues our first day there, but they were handled very quickly by the front desk. I give the front desk high marks for their efficiency, but housekeeping needs a little work.
This is a conference hotel, and there was a large crowd of people attending. What totally surprised me was the desk staff’s refusal check if our room was available when we arrived at 11:30am. Our first meeting wasn’t until 1:30pm, so we had hoped to ditch our luggage. They did store it for us, but I don’t understand why they couldn’t at least check; anyway, they wouldn’t.
A real plus is that there is no charge for parking in the hotel garage. Be aware that if the hotel is full there may not be enough parking. I suggest arriving early but not before 4pm check-in time.
The hotel has a beautiful lounge and a reasonably priced restaurant. After you overindulge, there is an exercise room, sauna, and indoor pool. Room service is available. There is a concierge and valet service. The lobby also has a selection of local maps and brochures. There is a small store in case you’ve forgot something.
If you are a Priority Club member, make sure you bring your card.
You will receive a welcome bag that includes potato chips, water, Tic-Tacs, lotto ticket, three cocktail coupons, and three coffee or tea coupons. All this and priority club points--you gotta love it.
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