I stayed at the Homewood Suites (401/Exeter).
Studio suites are $120/night and I spent the extra $5 and got a one bedroom suite (so $125/night).
|Living/dining room/kitchen and entrance - the door to the left is the bedroom|
|Bedroom ... the king bed, which was soooo comfy, was all for me!|
|The bathroom area and closet are off the bedroom|
|The sink is near the closet|
|The toilet and tub are in the bathroom|
The receptionist was friendly when I checked in. There were warm shortbread cookies on the counter. Parking and WIFI were free (the speed of the WIFI wasn't too bad). There was a small safe in the stand with the TV in the living room. The kitchen was stocked with plates, utensils, glasses, toaster, etc.
There was a pool, hot tub and gym.
There isn't a restaurant in the hotel but there is a free continental breakfast with hot and cold choices (6:00am to 10am) daily and supper (4pm to 7pm) Monday to Thursday served in the lobby.
Last night's supper was garlic and herb tilapia, wild rice and spring peas and mushrooms. You can purchase alcohol to go along with supper if you want. I arrived about 6:45pm (because of the traffic) and didn't feel like rushing down so missed supper. If you plan on making your own meals in the suite or catching the supper downstairs, you'd like it here. I like checking out different restaurants, though, and being able to walk to them, rather than drive (there are lots of restaurants within driving distance). Not a big deal when it's nice out but it was too cold and icy to walk to them last night.