First of all, this is not a new hotel, so get over yourself if you’re going to complain about the decor or the slightly musty smell. You want new? Stay elsewhere, and you’ll likely pay a lot more. Som... more
First of all, this is not a new hotel, so get over yourself if you’re going to complain about the decor or the slightly musty smell. You want new? Stay elsewhere, and you’ll likely pay a lot more. Someone mentioned the “maze-like” hallways: Please. Everything is well marked, including the entrances.
We needed a hotel that would take our 70lb dog, and most BW’s do. It was nice & quiet— even on the pet hall. There’s plenty of grass, both around the perimeter and on the inside spaces to walk Fido. They have poop bags & pet trash cans, too.
The bed was fine, linens including towels, were fresh. COVID rules mean they aren’t cleaning daily, but staff was always happy to give us new Keurig pods or towels, & take away the trash. Be sure to leave them a tip before you leave!
What I really liked was that this was clearly once a fabulous hotel for the auto industry. It shows in the old pictures and posters that line the walls. Formerly known as the Pink Palace, the salmon building is a hoot, and even if locals don’t know anything about it, they know where you’re staying when you say the pink hotel!
In sum: This hotel is adorable and well-priced. The pool looked nice, and there are 3 outdoor gazebos for sitting around with family & friends. Is it the Ritz? No, but it’s affordable, has microwave & fridge, and you will have a perfectly pleasant stay. less