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We stayed here as a stop between Dallas and Denver and it was a perfect point to stop at. Beautiful area, cozy hotel, clean. However there were a few downsides 1st the Trains, now I did not notice the trains in the day, However when...More
Definitely not worth the price for the room we had. Our room was above the bar and we could hear every word of the live music. Never again! When complaining about dinner, we were embarrassed by the owner in front of other guests. Will not...More
The room we stayed in was a nice simple room overlooking the outdoor seating area. The room had high ceilings which was nice. It wasn't anything super fancy, But we enjoyed our night here. It does have an elevator in it which makes it nice...More
This is a beautiful, well-maintained, historic hotel. The lobby is intriguing, with 1800's décor, interesting knick knacks and many clocks. The rooms we had were large and quiet. The Homestead King Suite has a large jetted tub. Everything has been updated, while maintaining the original...More
Not worth the $100 price tag for the room. Clean but spare. Within 50 feet of a train track which wakes you up everytime the train goes through.
The restaurant is mediocre at best as well as overpriced.