No coffee and difficult to breathe!
The Rio suites themselves are pretty nice. They are spacious, and they are pleasing to look at. For the price, however, ($165/night plus taxes and an additional mandatory hotel tax of $32.48/night for supposedly the gym and internet) they are a huge disappointment. There was no coffee pot in the room, so everyday we had to go stand in a huge line for Starbucks coffee, of which there were two in the hotel. I've stayed at a lot of hotels (some even motels), and I don't think I've ever lacked a coffee pot for Pete's sake! Also, we were never able to access the hotel Wi-Fi, despite having the manager supposedly reset it; and the one morning we got up to exercise at 7 a.m., the facilities were packed, and there weren't any available machines. Also, of huge concern to us and to others that we heard complaining about the same thing, the air in the hotel was incredibly dry. We couldn't breathe nor consequently sleep until the last night when we requested a humidifier (the only thing the manager was willing to do for us despite sharing our grievances). The air literally left me feeling sick and nauseated. The beds also had dips in them and were uncomfortable, causing me to wake up with hip pain because I sleep on my side. I do not plan on returning to this hotel, and I'd discourage you from staying there!