Parking: First off, the parking is horrible. The spots appear to be designed for compact cars except for a few at the front. Even then, there are not enough spaces and you may have to park across the
way, which can be difficult to cross after a movie or game.
Lobby: Decent size. Has a few chairs and enough room in front of the desk so you don't feel too cramp with a few people up there. There is also a long table and chairs in there that we used briefly to hold an impromptu meeting, but then everyone can hear you.
Elevator: Pretty close to the lobby, but then not centrally located, so your room may be a bit of a walk. I would say that it is a little on the small side and you probably wouldn't get more than 4 people with luggage in there.
Room: I had requested the default 2 queen bed room since it was the cheapest option, but I was upgraded to the king suite (yeah status!). The room had a couch, chair, a very small desk with chair and then a separately doored room with the bed, dresser, TV and 2 nightstands. One issue was that the bed and dresser were so close you kind of have to walk sideways to get between them. I think they would have been better off mounting the TV to the wall and putting the dresser in the other room.
Bathroom: Typical affair, simple shower controls (want to see bad ones, see my other reviews). Shampoo, shower gel and conditioner all attached to the wall. Towels are laughably thin. I think the hand towels were thicker. But at least they didn't smell burnt like I've run into before.
Overall, I'll stay here again since it is close to the job sight and there are a few restaurants within walking distance. I will note however that we did lose power for a few hours and it was long enough that the emergency lights in the hallways ran out of power, so the only lights were the exit signs. [元に戻す]