Our room was an upgrade to a corner which was very spacious and an even larger bathroom. it might have been an accessible room (though many features would not be accessible). The staff was very nice, especially one of the evening desk clerks, Josh. There is a great hands free flusher (wave your hand) in the hallway bathroom and they had free hygiene products in the hall women's room.
BUT - two concerns. There was limited sitting for breakfast, at least at a regular table. The breakfast itself was nice with waffles each day, great fresh fruit, and well maintained supplies. The second concern is that the elevator was painfully slow to come. It seemed like we were always waiting.
I would happy to stay there again and it beats out the SpringHill Suites in Indianapolis that we stayed at immediately following!More
- Free Wifi