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Hampton Inn and Suites

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • trendier than most other Hampton Inns

    Cons

  • patrons can get loud from time to time

Hampton Inn and Suites Review

The free breakfast and the logo may be the same, but this Hampton Inn tries to be more urban and chic than others in the chain. In an early-1900s office building that lay vacant for many years, the hotel follows the historical direction of the structure, but keeps things contemporary. Rooms, done in warm mauve and beige and dark wood, have a clubby, streamlined look. The biggest and most expensive rooms, on the top floor, are studio suites in the former executive offices.

    Hotel Details

  • 116 rooms, 10 studio suites.
  • Credit cards accepted.

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