Stayed for 2 nights this past weekend. Main complaint is the rooms are dated and worn. The furniture is beat up and old. Refrigerator in the room but you cannot put anything in the door because the shelves are broken, for instance. Carpet old, draperies were dusty. Couch (really a large chair) and chair I just sunk down deep trying to sit in. Cannot easily get to any plug in the room to charge electronics. Just a pain that a major hotel chain cannot put accessory plugs at the bedside, not a single one, when nearly every single guest has devices . They have wi-fi included with the mandatory resort fee, force me to check in electronically, promote the use of their app on the property, but I am supposed to leave my phone in the bathroom to charge it? Speaking of the electronic check-in, yes it's annoying. The front desk only checks you in and out if you have VIP status. What else? No coffee maker or any kind of nice amenities in the room. The basic required stuff, shampoo, soap, etc, hair dryer, a cheap alarm clock, a fairly small screen TV and the old fridge, safe, and that is about it. And what is the deal with a lobby starbucks that gets $4.50 for a medium size drip coffee, and another $4-5 for a simple donut or muffin?OK here's the good parts. Nice views if you are facing east, the room is spacious, and the bed is good. The bathroom is large, and also spacious with a separate tub and shower two large vanities, but fell short in other ways like a single towel bar and a single hook to dry towels. With an update and a few more amenities, the rooms could be close to excellent.