The friendly staff gave us keys to our second-floor standard king-sized room. Taller-than-average ceiling heights made the room feel larger. The color palette was a soothing muted gray with lilac and sage green. The faux wood floors added warmth and are a great choice for those with allergies. The headboard is an abstract photograph of reflections on the water. Guestroom amenities included complimentary Internet, a coffee/tea maker and a USA Today. The hotel has a small business center as well as a fitness room.
Posted by: Barbara & Jim Twardowski, Global Traveler
Jim and Barbara Twardowski cover the travel industry writing about boomer and accessible travel, accommodations, culinary/cultural offerings, and destinations. Their work has run in AAA Home & Away, Country Roads Magazine, CruiseCritic.com, Louisiana Cookin', AAA Texas Journey, FamilyVacationCritic.com, PeterGreenberg.com, Quest, Global Traveler, and VisitBritain's Super Blog.