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The Hadsten House knows how to decorate a room. It was a nice room with a comfortable bed. The clever pocket door in the bathroom saves floorspace. No noise from other guests next door, and a quiet location away from the noise of the main...More
I've stayed at the Hadsten House twice. My experience both times was great and I look forward to the day when I can go back again. First time I was alone for one night on my way up to San Luis Obispo. I liked the...More
Stay there 2-3 times a year, last time just recently. No longer the deluxe ambience. They have eliminated the nightly turndown, complementary bottled water, the nightly complementary wine and cheese reception for mid-week stays, and breads and pastries from the breakfast, although the breakfast hot...More
We stayed two nights at the Hadsten House and were disappointed at our expensive but small and very dark room. "Dark" also characterizes the breakfast area. The food was good, but the service was poor, and the whole room was very dark. We kept saying,...More
I don't recall seeing an elevator, but there are ground floor rooms that would be accessible for a wheelchair. I don't know which guestrooms have sitting areas; recommend calling hotel directly. Main lobby has sofas and... More
I don't recall seeing an elevator, but there are ground floor rooms that would be accessible for a wheelchair. I don't know which guestrooms have sitting areas; recommend calling hotel directly. Main lobby has sofas and chairs (nice area to relax and read). The great room where breakfast is served would easily accommodate a wheelchair.