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Wifi works. Not too expensive. Place isn't clean and needs updates beyond a flat screen tv in the room.
The shuttle was awesome. The hotel is dirty and run down
We had a roach in our bathroom.
Nothing Everything. Dirtiest hotel I've experienced, with stains on rugs, an unclean shower, and reeking off smoke in non smoking rooms. Don't stay here.
The hotel has character and ambiance. The lobby is beautiful and my room was well appointed. The staff was helpful and friendly. I absolutely loved the food served in Filibuster's (the bar/restaurant). It was phenomenal! The staff freshly prepared the dishes from original recipes. Truly a wonderful experience!!! There were only two issues that, one of which was addressed immediately. The toilet in my room would not flush -- maintenance arrived quickly and corrected the problem. The other issue is that the main areas of the hotel were not adequately air conditioned. It was about 90 degrees during the day and the hotel lobby and restaurant/bar were uncomfortably warm. However, the air conditioning in my room worked very well!
I liked how quiet and charming the hotel was. It was clean but outdated, however I didn't choose to stay there because of the decor. There are not any amenities. No ice machine, breakfast, etc. But they do supply a larger mini fridge, microwave and coffee machine. So if you plan to stay there any length of time, take your own snacks, etc. The parking lot is not secured, however I never felt threatened or concerned & I didn't have to pay absorbent parking fees.
Knowing the rich history made my stay a pleasure. The patina that comes with age is irreplaceable. Reminiscent of European boutique hotels. The staff was friendly and accommodating. Location is perfect.
Love the history of the hotel. Lobby is beautiful! Location is amazing! And you couldn't ask for muxh more for the price. Will probably always be our choice hotel in Little Rock. The staff is always very nice. Needs some major updates. Even if they don't have the money for updates it needs to be kept cleaner. And simple things like the stair railing need to be fixed. If it was kept cleaner it would come off a lot nicer.
Stayed for a weekend while I was in town for a wedding. Since I was short on funding for the trip I chose the Legacy based it's competitive price and location (it's right in the middle of downtown Little Rock, although downtown isn't very large) Other reviews led me to believe the hotel would be a tad run down, however I accepted the risk and booked anyways. The Hotel does show it's age, however it does have that old-timey charm that makes places like this a "boutique hotel". My room was in good shape, clean, and free of defects like peeling wallpaper, missing lightbulbs and leaky faucets. Also had a microwave and fridge, a nice little luxury for the cheapest room in the place. The lobby seemed well decorated to illustrate the hotel's past and the staff at the front were most friendly and helpful. It's not the Ritz, but much more homely and welcoming than a Motel 6. Overall a good Value. Would absolutely reccomend if you need a cheap place to stay in Littke Rock.
The hotel is old but it was nice and quiet. Staff was friendly. Had a big balcony.
The location provides convenient access to restaurants, interstate system and businesses. The architecture and layout of building is quaint. The fitness center is a nice convenience. The morning attendant day two greeted me on the way out. Main issue was there was no remote in the room upon arrival. I had to go to the desk myself to get one. Two of the three lights in the room didn't work. I reported it night one. Upon my return for night two, only one light had been made functional. This is more a reflection of staff than facilities in my opinion. The bathroom had no counter space--something could be done that still meets the quaintness of the room.
The location is good. I reserved and paid in advance for a room with two beds. I get there and it has one bed. Also, the air conditioning doesn't work. They moved my family to another room with working air conditioning, but we had to have a roll-away bed for the child. It is very inconvenient to had a bed in the middle of a room where it is not intended. The desk clerk brought me my new room key and didn't even say a word. She just handed it to me and walked off. The large tub in the room had dirt in the bottom of it and a cockroach on the edge of the tub. The first morning of our stay, room service did a poor job of making the bed. My four-year-old could probably have done better. The second day, when we arrived at the room at 3:00 P.M., the room had not even been made up. I went to the desk and the clerk said they just hadn't gotten to it yet. I said it was a little late now because we were in for the evening. I had to ask for clean towels. I've stayed here before and it wasn't great, but it wasn't bad. Now, however, the Legacy hotel is very poorly managed and run. I will not be staying there again.
Good value for money. Nice oversized 2 BR apartment suite for ~$100.
It's in a convenient location downtown. It's close to many places that you may be going to in Little Rock. This time, we were going to a concert at the Verizon Arena. It's also not far from the Clinton Museum and the Riverfront area. This was my second time that I stayed here. The first time, I stayed with a friend. She and I didn't think too highly of it. However, it wasn't awful. I was coming back with my husband and his mom for a concert. I wanted a good deal, so I knew it wouldn't be the nicest place to stay at, but I didn't think it would be so bad. However, I realized that I wouldn't stay there again, and I regretted booking it since I had my husband and his mom with me. First, our room was not ready even though it was a little after 3 p.m. when we checked in. However, they gave us one of their apartments instead, which had two separate bedrooms, a bathroom, living room, and kitchen. Secondly, my husband was very disturbed by the carpet that had wax melted on it and lint and things, as if it had not been vacuumed. The most upsetting thing was that the air in our bedroom with a king bed was not working. It was making noise but you couldn't feel cold air. We called the front office. They said they were sending someone. We had to leave for dinner and the concert, so we're not sure if they came to look at it. However, it was not any better when we got back around 10:00 p.m. Third, the bed was not very comfortable. Fourth, which I knew from my first stay, the breakfast is lacking. It had the basics: two choices of mini muffins, only white bread, about 4 cereals, and some not-too-tasty-looking oranges and apples.
Conveniently located Eating facility & food is thumbs down
The only thing to like about this entire experience was the staff member who changed our room at 3 a.m., and the understanding front desk woman who had to process our refund the next day. The hotel is filthy and smells terrible. But at 3 a.m. when you find that your hotel bed sheets and pillows are covered in bed bugs, there is nothing worse. We were packed and standing in the hall 3 minutes later, and had it not been 3 a.m. in downtown Little Rock we would have left or slept in our car. That same morning, I booked a different hotel for the rest of our stay and went to the front desk to get a refund. Not only did the owner try to tell me they weren't giving me a refund for that night, but the laundry guy tried to tell us that all hotels have bugs and that maybe they had already sprayed and the bugs just weren't dead yet. It was a completely horrible experience. Just thankful we booked through Priceline and we were able to call them and get a refund processed.