Very Disappointing: Nice lobby, crap rooms.
Disappointing just scratches the surface. Mostly it's just a rubbish place to stay because t's run on the cheap. The room couldn't have been more than 12 x 15 feet, with one wooden 1970's chair and a small wooden desk, and the window faced the laundry room. The walls are paper thin and the bathroom door, literally, bangs into the toilet. It's that cramped. There's pink Formica on the bathroom counter and of the two wall sconces, one didn't work. The shower would go from warm to cold to scalding, depending on who else was using water at the time. The room doors don't extend to the carpeted floor, so you hear all of the room sounds and hallway sounds - wherever you are.
There's coffee in the lobby, but not in the rooms or on the upper floors, which means having to go downstairs for a cup. Likewise no microwave or refrigerators, and the television was 17 inches diagonal. The one computer for guest use is in the lobby, has a 15 inch monitor, no printer, and is very slow.
I interacted with 2 staff persons. The first appeared bored and was fairly unpleasant. The other was younger and quite helpful and courteous, even when other guests were complaining about their room, which probably happens a lot.
My house is 100 years old, and that imposes certain constraints - and charm. I do understand. But a few mismatched antiques in the lobby hardly makes up for the pervasive air of second-rate cheapness.
For the money, this was just rubbish.