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we opted for the cottage rooms out back, upstairs behind the main hotel. Although it looked cute with a brick wall and shutters, we found it to be run down and not very clean. We did book late, so had not many room choices, and...More
Had a birthday dinner in the dining room.Accordion and piano player,played great Christmas and Happy Birthday music for our celebration.I had the filet mignon.Very tender and cooked to perfection.Only negative was the potatoes and carrots were cold.Did not stay at the hotel.Was a very nice...More
To be honest when my wife saw "Historic Grand hotel built in the 1800's she was sold". Neither of us bothered with looking up reviews. Yes the $129 rate for their best room should of tipped us off we remained blind to reality until we...More
This was the worst experience and the pain of paying $80 .I arrived, dropped off luggage, went out to explore Broad Street & celebration of Victorian Christmas. Upon arriving back after dinner discover harsh reality. No cold water, broken sweeky bed, flat disgusting pillows, blasting...More
Just spent a night in the National Hotel for $96. I have always admired this place; been to the bar but never overnighted. I truly respect the concept of "preserving" a historical landmark (oldest hotel west of the rockies) but I cannot justify the condition...More