The room was clean, breakfast was great, enough food. There were happy hours on Tuesday and Wednesday
I liked the ease of parking and getting in and out of the resort. Having a theater and food court was a good touch. We even got to attend a small craft show after breakfast on Saturday. The band on Friday night was decent enough to enjoy also.
Very classic and opulent feeling Hotel, great view of lake and very walkable area to restaurants
The staff was wonderful, and it was very clean and well cared for. It is an older property has has been updated in terms of decoration etc. but not all parts seem to have been updated. For example, the gym is closet sized with ancient equipment. Our room also had what I’ll call “old hotel” smell. ...
The property was BEAUTIFUL! Staff was really helpful. Food was expensive and not many gluten free options. Had to go into Henderson to eat.
We always enjoy our staying at Holiday Inn Express.
Clean and roomy. The bed was clean and smelled so clean. The bathroom was spotless. Please put full view mirrors in living area. The only mirror was in the bathroom which makes it harder for 2 people to get dressed and groomed at the same time
Much more than a 3 star facility. We enjoyef our stay.
Great location and easy access to the surrounding areas. Hotel was clean and seemed updated and fresh.
We really enjoyed our stay. All staff was very helpful and the food was delicious
We only stayed one night but very happy with cleanliness and a great breakfast in morning.
Property was ok and no problem nice to stay there is an kitchen in the room that was nice
Large house with plenty of room and nice neighborhood!
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