We picked this place based on reviews, price, and availability. We had no idea where it was or why it existed, but now we know. Cute town, complete with good restaurants, an active arts scene, and lots of social activism. We came to stay overnight on the way somewhere else.
The hotel is older, but is in the midst of renovation. It is clean, has some old style touches, some new touches, and some things that might need touches. The bathrooms show the best and worst of some of these. Lots of great tile, an industrial style toilet mechanism, only one plug in directly over the sink, and some pipes that gave good water pressure, great temperature, but groaned occasionally in the effort. Walls have been painted, new tile work by the windows, and updated lamps and lighting. The bed was clean and comfortable. Room is actually quite large based on our recent travels.Large windows with lots of natural light. The heat is unique in that it is the same for everyone. How democratic is that? Lots of air exchange through an industrial vent on the ceiling, with a night temperature and a day temperature.
The lobby is cozy, complete with a hotel dog, a breakfast area that has a better than average continental breakfast and engaging folks working the desk.
Clearly a work in progress, but one worth the evening's stay. Quirky is good for the soul.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking