This is not a bland chain hotel. Each room has its own ambiance, with antique furniture and wall art. There are displays throughout the building highlighting the history of the area. The bed was super comfortable, all the staff were exceptionally friendly, and there were plenty of outlets. We loved the extra large, thick bath towels and spacious rooms with plenty of seating. Dinner was delivered to our room, delicious gourmet homemade food and reasonably priced. Robes in the bathroom, someone has put thought and care into the appointment of the rooms. Right downtown, plenty of things to do within walking distance. We didn't hear anything from the other rooms other than the doors closing, and there are shutters and curtains to help block out the sound of the trains. They are frequent but did not blow their horns at night. I loved this hotel, the historic property and antique decor. Check out the "self-guided walking tour" brochures in the lobby and make sure you go into the library if it's not in use.