|General||24 hour front desk, ATM on-site, Air-conditioned, Bar/Lounge, Cribs available, Gift shop, No smoking, Parking (free), Pool (outdoor), Restaurant, Room service|
|Activities||Fitness center, Golf, Tennis (outdoor)|
|Services||A/V equipment rental, Business center, Concierge service, Laundry service, Meeting/Banquet facilities|
|Internet||Internet (free), WiFi (free)|
Good, 103 reviews across the web
|Grounds||Pleasant grounds. 76% of guests gave positive feedback.|
|Food||Food is average. Only 67% of guests gave positive comments.|
|Hotel Building||Acceptable building. Only 65% of guests had positive things to say about it.|
|Price||Price is tolerable. Only 62% of guests gave positive feedback.|
|Service||54% thought the |
|Internet||Internet is poor. It had 54% negative mentions.|
|Noise Level||64% thought it was |
|Old/New Room||For 84%, the |
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It was close to where I had to go to training. It was quiet. Clean. I was exempt from resort fee due to booking through PriceLine.com. I heard other quests complain that $20.00 a day was wrong as there really was not any 'Resort' amenities available.
Beware of the 20 dollar per day additional 'activity fee.'
No WIFI, Resort Fee would like to know upofront when bidding, Not a true price!
Love the beautiful lake and location
Housekeeping was smoking in our non-smoking room. Housekeeping tried to get into our room at nine am both mornings -good thing the deadbolt was on. A tap beer and tiny house margarita cost $15 at bar. Rooms are outdated. Pool not heated, no hot tub.$20 night additional service charge! For tennis courts (ripped up) and use of one old paddle boat. The manager was very very nasty and rude to the point I had considered leaving- very very unprofessional!
Location Room was clean
Dated. Bathroom especially. Leaky faucet, marked sink, needs updating
Slow internet. Dilapidated decor. Leaking shower. Resort fee. No microwave.This place is a certified dump. Priceline should remove it, and all hotels like it that charge a resort fee, from the bidding section of the website. This would allow bidders to know the exact charge for the room PRIOR TO BIDDING.
Nice pool and deck area
Ridiculous $20/night 'resort fee' charge.... FOR WHAT AMENITIES EXACTLY??? Though it was disclosed, upon arrival..., more like a bait and switch tactic to elevate revenue - Apply and make available some functional benefit for the fee OR DON'T CHARGE!!Though tired and dated (save rustic) the stay was good, what I expected (I saved money in spite of the resort fee) and staff was friendly. Hopefully the 'big' remodel works out well.
clean enough, good bedding.
To be honest I feel deceived by Priceline AND this hotel. A 'Resort Fee of $200.00 plus tax per night was added to my stay. It was in NO WAY CLEAR to know what was essentially a higher rate I would pay per night. I doubt I will use either of you agaiIt was tired looking at best.