Great location, nice rooms, but . . .
If you're in need of ADA access, are a senior citizen, or are traveling with small children, consider crossing this location off your list and choosing the Holiday Inn Express across the street instea... more
If you're in need of ADA access, are a senior citizen, or are traveling with small children, consider crossing this location off your list and choosing the Holiday Inn Express across the street instead. There are no elevators here! and no rooms are accessible without climbing 3-15 or more steps -- and having to drag or carry your luggage all that way. This is not disclosed anywhere on their website that I could find after having stayed there July 30-Aug 3.
I also found the Wi-Fi access problematic on my Android phone. The login page would repeatedly be rejected by the Chrome browser, and I had to find a workaround to defeat this. Access seemed to terminate unexpectedly after a couple of hours, which makes viewing movies or listening to streaming audio a challenge.
Rooms here are on the small side. We were downgraded to a double queen room from a king when I refused to climb to a second story to get to Room 102 (yes, the lower numbers are on the upper floor, go figure). The tiny closet could not be accessed easily because the door would only open 60 out of 90 degrees due to being blocked by one of the beds. No microwave in the room, refrigerator in the bathroom had a freezer, which was convenient since I bought some great BBQ to take home (see my review of Judge Bean's BBQ).
Breakfast was OK, but the orange juice tasted funny, and I avoided it after the first day's breakfast, which was a disappointment.
Most other BW properties get a significantly higher rating from me. less