Riverview, New Brunswick
September 8, 2003
The hotel had its own parking (in a rather cramped little lot) but this was a case of location, location, location. The room was dimly-lit but large, with a full bath; no complaints except a vague, dank, smell that permeated the place. I am never surprised in a two-star; I only ask that the facilities be clean.
Once again, I was bemused at the decorating. The choice of colours and motifs is always interesting, particularly when one has become used to the sameness of American hotel/motel chains. Stairs were involved in the room access, but over-all, we were pleased with the place.
There was a restaurant on site but we chose to walk the town and unfortunately settled on one of those vaguely American-Irish pubby chain places where they serve a really bad steak. (Every once in a while, in France, I am tempted to order steak. It is usually a mistake)
Fair accommodation, good price, great location.
From journal Three Burgundian Towns