a traveler from Travelocity.com
on April 20, 2012
The rooms in this hotel are mini-suites. The room I stayed in had a living room area, a short hallway with kitchenette (sink, mini-fridge, microwave, coffee maker), a large bathroom, and a bedroom with a door for added privacy/quiet. It had a good amount of space and was quite comfortable. The complementary breakfast was excellent, with many options available. The odd part was the hotel's layout. It had a large area in the center that was open on all floors. Almost all of the rooms opened onto the hallway around this area, although mine was in a small stub hallway to the side. All of the rooms had windows that looked out onto the hall from the living room. The windows had heavy wooden blinds that could be closed, but it was still a little strange. If you were with a group of other people staying in separate rooms, it would probably be very nice for socializing.
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