This WAS our go-to hotel in Grand Forks. Since our last stay (Oct 2016) things have changed. Hotel itself is still very clean, beds very comfy and front desk staff courteous.
Coming back to our room after our first day of shopping (around 8 p.m.) we discovered that only our bathroom had (hopefully) been cleaned and towels replenished but the rest of the room had not been cleaned and the beds were not made! This is very strange - who cleans part of a hotel room???! Puzzling but we didn't complain at the time since we got the fresh towels...however, I want it made known that this is NOT acceptable. You pay your money, you expect to at least have your room cleaned. The cleaning staff did not receive a tip this time. Would you?
The hot breakfast items were unsatisfactory, and that is putting it kindly. Each morning the "cauldron" of scrambled eggs was almost empty...both days and every single time I went up to check it, it was like scraping the bottom. There were a lot of people to feed both mornings, could they not fill it a little fuller? The sausages were terrible, and worse the 2nd morning. Used to be that every 2nd day was bacon day. Nope, much to my hubby's chagrin...those sausages don't agree with him so he ate peanut butter for protein. The first morning we each had a toasted bagel and after that, they were never replenished. The second morning, no bagels to be seen. We had peanut butter toast. The second morning there were also homefries style hashbrowns...we got a wee taste of them and when I went up to get more, they'd been replaced with the frozen, deep fried hashbrowns ala McDonald's. Yuck. There was also a "delicious" unidentifiable hash of some sort, colorless, smelled awful and everyone gave it a wide berth...nobody touched it. Why bother??? Maybe put that effort towards more scrambled eggs. The bananas looked like they'd been dropped more than once and it took hubby 3 tries to find one edible. The hard boiled eggs had the shell still on! No, you do NOT serve hard boiled eggs with the shell on. Previously here and at every other hotel we've stayed, the hard boiled eggs are PEELED. Out of three eggs we peeled, one just fell apart in hubby's hands, and the other two were just edible with lots of pepper.
We payed extra this time for a "courtyard" room on the 2nd floor. Our last evening, we were sitting out on our balcony quietly reading when the night watchman appeared out of nowhere to tell us to get back in our room, the area was closed! We didn't realize it was after 11 p.m. and what exactly is the harm in sitting outside of our room quietly??? We had no lights on or noise going. This was the first and last time we'd actually spend extra money for this type of room. Chided like small children. Ridiculous.
Suffice to say that we will look elsewhere from now on for our hotel in Grand Forks
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