Dependable digs boast consistent service and ample amenities.. In Short This highly recognized hotel chain has been taking care of business and leisure travelers since 1957. Professionals appreciate the business center, meeting facilities, in-room work area with ergonomic chair and no-glare lamp, and express check-out. Those who come to kick back take advantage of the pool and gift shop. Spacious rooms include a comfy bed with a quilted-top mattress, oversized comforters and feather pillows. Additional amenities include a fitness center, whirlpool and concierge services.
Good Hotel But Big Problem If you Need Internet Service.
The hotel is generally good. The rooms are a decent size, the facilities are good, and the staff is friendly and efficient. The downside of this hotel is, for me, a major issue: Internet service in the room is unacceptably poor. Although the hotel charges $12.95 per day for Internet connection in the rooms -- which seems business unfriendly but we were willing to pay -- we kept losing connection, and we tried both wireless and hard-wire connection. When we called the front desk, they put us in touch with the internet service provider, which seemed really strange. I've never had a problem getting wireless before, and I used wireless on my computer in the airport on route to Nashville, and in an Internet cafe in Nashville about 2 blocks from the hotel. But it worked in the room only occasionally, and would quickly become unavailable. Internet connection is very important to my business, and based on this experience, I wouldn't stay at the Renaissance again.