Fast and efficient check-in. Clean rooms had a pleasing modern design. Extremely comfortable beds with nice linens and tons of pillows. Free breakfast was excellent -- good coffee, eggs, sausage, juice, muffins, waffle bar, and more. Outstanding value for $ paid. A place I'd feel comfortable recommending to anyone.
Not many downsides. Our stay was perfectly comfortable and hassle-free. If I had to nitpick, I'd say the tiny pool (really not a problem, since we never use hotel pools). This isn't a 'resort' type hotel, but if you're traveling on business and need a comfortable, pleasant spot, this is it.
Very clean. Comfortable. Easy to get to. The in-room coffee was unexpectedly excellent. Breakfast was just fine. So what if it isn't "fancy". Who's got the time or inclination for a fancy breakfast?
I suppose all hotels need to claim a swimming pool, no matter how tiny it is (like this one). Recommend you evaluate the ROI. Is the pool such a big draw? It would be interesting to see how much revenue a pool generates compared to the cost of maintaining it. Time to look at other uses for that space?