a traveler from Travelocity.com
on September 26, 2008
We were delighted to find that the walls of the hotel are concrete cinderblock. That is our reassurance that we have structural integrity and sound deadening in a multi-story building. Our room was on the top floor (6th). Not much of a view, but that wasn't important to us. We could only hear road traffic and airplane sounds when we had the window open to air out the room upon arrival. (There was some kind of perfume-y odor coming from the washroom. It didn't last long.) At night the room climate was excellent for sleeping and we heard no sounds at all. The room was very clean. Everything worked fine except for one light that didn't have a switch that we could find (would have been nice for reading). The bed was comfy and the shower refreshing at 4 a.m. Checking in and out was a breeze, and the staff were uniformly pleasant and informative. We chose the hotel for its proximity to the airport, since we needed to be there at 5 a.m. The free shuttle left the hotel at 4:40--perfect timing. We did not eat at the hotel, but chose to cross the street and have a light supper at the pub. Food, service, and prices were very good there. Would we stay at the Executive Royal again? Definitely.
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