The suite that I stayed in did not have a lot of power outlets available, and I ended up having to unplug other items in order to use convenient/accessible plugs. The physical position of some outlets caused issues with devices randomly loosing power. For example, there was an outlet behind the bed, but because the bed was pressed up against it, whenever you moved, it would cause the devices connected to it to loose power!
Also in the suite I stayed in, there were some lights that were burnt out and needed replacing. I would expect the cleaning/maintenance staff to periodically check each room, especially after someone checks out, or before someone checks in, to ensure everything is in order and working (though apparently this was not the case for my room).
The suite also had some issues with the closet doors, where, if you opened them, they actually wouldn't physically be able to close! You have to expend considerable force, as if the door was off the track. I had to pull/push the closet door downward to stop it from catching on something in the track (which was preventing it being able to physically close).
Finally, although the cleaning staff did tend to my suite on a daily basis (ie. garbage, bed, bathroom, etc.) they apparently don't vacuum. The carpet was visibly in need of cleaning, and although I stayed for 4 days, the room was not properly/thoroughly cleaned at all in this time.
This location does not have a lot of gym equipment, just a single elliptical, treadmill, and upper/lower body bench presses. So if you show up late to the gym, you're likely not going to be able to get a machine.
Also, it's a little confusing to be placed in a room within the 300 block, but only have 2 floors in the building. It was not clear or apparent that both the 200 and 300 rooms were on level 2. less