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Nothing - we gave this hotel a second chance and had a worse experience than the first time. The so-called 'renovated' rooms have old stained mattresses and dirty bed pads. There are limited elevators and no carts to carry your luggage. The hotel manager is a bully and will ignore your bringing the problems of the hotel to his attention.
location no phone book in suite. Breakfast provided was marginal
This was the best hotel bargain I've ever experienced. Room was spectacular, in clean like new condition. 2 large flat screen TV's-one in sitting area another in bedroom. Cozy country style furnishings, a semicanopy over a huge king size bed-1st class Rooms are spread out in several buildings and each has its own numbered parking spot. Map was confusing and it took some time to locate my room.
Quiet, beautiful setting. Parking next to room. Curtains and blinds needed minor repair
I liked the ambiance and the location of hotel. I did not like the fact that there were no elevators in our section of the rooms.
The location was good for Peddlers' Village and there were some discount coupons. Our room was up a flight of stairs and then down 3 more stairs when we got to the 2nd floor with no elevator so we had to drag our heavy luggage up and down ourselves.
Very friendly and cozy place. There is not her I didn't like.
Beautiful clean room and great location. The linens were cheap and stiff, like polyester; the mattress was lumpy and not of the quality expected for a hotel of this caliber. The breakfast was mediocre, with the only hot item dry and inedible.
1st room, we had a bad air conditioning unit. In the middle of the night, we had to turn off the unit, because of a strong electrical burning smell. We had to open windows and door to clear the air.
The fact that you could walk to everything in Peddlers VillageThe breakfast was nice and the staff was extremely friendly It took 3 trys for my key to work in the doorThe toilet ranThe bed was so high it was hard to get in for a 5'2' woman