Hotels.com puts my wife’s name on our stays when we use her debit card to pay for a booking. It’s lame, but what are we going to do?
This was a very comfortable place to stay. We were lucky to be close to the breakfast area. It looked like some rooms would require quite a hike to get to breakfast. I don’t like the current trend of raised sink counters and the sink area having no privacy when we’re traveling with our 16-year-old daughter, but it’s cheaper for hotels when they don’t have to add a wall for semi-privacy, so I get it. It just makes it difficult to manage my disability, plus we’re just very modest people. The one inconvenience was that the “Guide” button on the TV remote control didn’t work.
The room was clean and had all of the amenities. Even the hair dryer had an acceptable amount of power. Not as good as Home 2 Suites, but not bad.
There was always a good variety of breakfast fare and the staff kept it stocked. The dining room was a bit small on a couple of mornings, but it was easy enough to take food back to our room to eat.
We were happy that we stayed here for three nights of our six-night family road trip.