I liked the property layout. There were separate 2-story units spread around, with a nice courtyard near the office with a fire pit in the middle and tables/chairs around. But I was in a ground floor room and it had very bad feng shui! That’s the best way to put it. For example, there was a queen-sized bed (one of 2) almost right in front of the door. The one window (really a double window) was very small and looked out on another of the buildings. Luckily they did open. I hate blown air units, which is what there was. There was a lot of water pressure until you flipped the water to come out the shower head. Then, it wasn’t very good. One of the electrical sockets wasn’t right - of course the one I wanted to use. My plug to charge my phone wouldn’t stay in it. The lamp plugged in there was half falling out, but it did work. Also, the floor was tile, which in general, would be fine. But most of it had some sort of polish on it, like a wax. It gave it a slippery feeling and honestly, I did not like walking on it with my bare feet. If the place were cheaper, I might not have minded some of this. But it was almost $200/night! I know it was Labor Day weekend, but still. Also, they had a free breakfast included. But it was the usual bagels/English muffins, lousy cereal kind of thing. Again, not what I would expect for $200/night.