Overall, I would give our stay 2.5 stars. That is not an option, so I bumped my rating up to 3.
-Tasty to-go breakfast (during COVID)
-Pretty clean overall
-Newly renovated shower
-TERRIBLE mattress (I had dreams I was falling into a hole, and we only stayed here one night)
-They are definitely going for a shabby chic, European vibe. While overall the space feels clean, some additional love could be provided to the radiators, windows, furniture, etc.
-They initially led us to the BASEMENT. The room felt like a dungeon. Dirty basement half-window covered by dusty blinds, basement-style floor. Cold. Dark. Honestly, we were so shocked, we didn't even strongly protest. We were told it was because our dog was with us but were later told that it's generally a room used by the owner/staff if they need to stay over. The hotel was not full, I checked. I am grateful that, five hours later, they were willing to move us to a different room in a different hotel (a few doors down) seemingly owned by the same owner. However, they initially refused to move us because of our dog. Personally, I think it’s wrong to charge almost 300/a night to sleep in a hole, even if we have a dog with us. To me, that doesn’t make you a dog-friendly hotel. It was so bad that when we got to our final room for the night, we were enormously relieved to have amenities like windows and a non-cement floor. I wish I had taken pictures, it was BAD.
So, overall, we would not stay here again. I appreciated the kind person who finally moved us (after the first two people we spoke with refused.) I also appreciated the breakfast and location. However, if you’re planning ahead, especially if you have a pet with you, I would look elsewhere.