They were super accommodating for us traveling with our two dogs, an put us in a room with easy outdoor access. The breakfast left a bit to be desired
Room was comfortable and well-appointed. Breakfast was rather ordinary. No help with luggage. And the big surprise was that we were charged for parking. When we arrived, the front desk person asked 'Would you like a parking pass?' when what she should have asked is "Would you like to buy a parking pass?' For the price we paid for the room, we would have expected more spectacular breakfast, help with luggage, and free parking.
Cozy, homey, it feels like an apartment with roomates. Great back yard, super close to Main Street. Very inexpensive. I like historic hotels. Cleanliness was impressive for an old building. Staff was very welcoming. Not actually anything I personally dislike, but know what you're getting. Historic hotels usually aren't updated, soundproofed, don't have many electric outlets or amenities, the can look a little dingy because they're old. But they're neat because they're one of a kind, and usually less expensive cause they are less polished.
No one was around to greet me/ check me in when I arrived, another guest had to find someone for me. Online reservation didn't go through, had to pay twice as much for the night. Bathroom door doesn't latch/lock. Could hear someone with the TV blaring all night on one side and someone snoring on the other side. Got a few hours away by car and realized front desk man didn't give me my license back. I called six times over the next 24 hours with no answer before I called the Grand Junction police department, who of course got an answer on the first ring. Still haven't received my license in the mail...