200 characters is NOT enough for a full review - see yelp. We suggest you find other lodging. We stayed two nights @ $350.00 per night - plus taxes, etc. It was unbelievably filthy. First two FYI’s; rooms do not have microwaves or coffee makers - only coffee available is downstairs at Starbucks where a Venti latte is $7.35.That’s fine, however the problem we had was with the poor condition and lack of cleanliness in the room. * Chairs were covered with stains. Nasty white stains...yuck. So dirty that when we put a towel over them when it was removed it had dirt marks all over it.* The furniture was old, scratched, and falling apart - drawers had to be finagled to open and close. All pieces should be updated. Both beds squeaked so that every time you moved it made a sound. Every time! * The sheets were thin, itchy, and one set was torn. Yes, torn in a $350.00 per night suite. The pillows were so mismatched that you had either extremely hard or overly soft (they stunk too). Very cheap bedding.* Refrigerator didn’t work and was on a roller.* The carpets didn’t appear to have been cleaned in a loooong time - our socks were black after only a couple hours.* The bathroom. Wow, we’re to begin? Okay, the hair dryer didn’t work...fortunately I had brought my own; housekeeping did not clean the floors, shower - in what was a moldy smelly stall - toilet, mirrors, and the "towels" were disgustingly dirty - don’t think they had been washed - they had little holes and were frayed; the rust on the window trim was appalling; ceiling was hanging down - peeling off.* The hallway needed floors/carpets cleaned and repaired - tripping hazards throughout. * The elevator had a ceiling tile hanging down and gum on the floor - had been there a while. * Only good thing about this stay was the buffet. Nice variety, well stocked, and tasty.