First of all, let me admit that I am a fan of Residence Inn. They provide comfortable, stylish accommodation and allow a bit of room to spread out or to work. We only stayed one night at the hotel on a mini road trip. The hotel is at the edge of downtown and while there is parking, the surface lot is small and the garage can be tricky. Parking costs $15. Our one bedroom unit was on the 11th floor and was spacious and bright. The living room was especially large and had a bank of windows and another view out over the forest city -- very nice and green. The entire effect was of being in an airy apartment. The bedroom did not have any room to spare, but was very quiet and comfortable. A galley kitchen and a small bathroom were also part of the unit. Lighting was plentiful and there were lots of outlets for charging -- both of which are important to me.
Breakfast the next day was the usua, and was adequate with many options. Since it is free, I always think of this as a perk. Coffee was not good, but we simply made our own in the unit.
I would certainly stay here again.More