The decor of the hotel is a bit blandly "current", like they've just gone to Homesense and bought everything there, but our room was comfortable and the shower was good. There was a sign in the bathroom saying that you couldn't drink the tap water, but it didn't clarify whether this meant that you needed to call reception every time you wanted to fill the kettle, or if it only referred to drinking unboiled water. Speaking of the kettle, it didn't work unless you held the lever down, which got very hot. Amusingly, when we were shown to our room, the man helpfully carrying my very empty and small day sack, hung around as if he was expecting a tip! ha. We're not in the States mate, I carried the 20 kilo bag :D
Breakfast was good, with a cooked to order breakfast alongside all the usuals on the buffet. The staff at breakfast were great and v attentive. We also ate at the hotel in the evening, and I would recommend going elsewhere as the food was mediocre overall (although the salmon dish was great!) and the staff not particularly switched on.