Large comfortable room and bed. Easy walk to convention center.
Kitchenette was poorly stocked. (The front desk did find and provide whatever I asked for, but I shouldn't have to ask for a second fork or a bottle opener on a room described as having a kitchenette.) There were zero oils, spiced, salt/pepper, or other ingredients beyond for coffee/tea from the single cup brewer available.
Breakfast was great, but they often ran out of food items and dishes to eat them on. Things were replenished, but not rapidly; and sometimes with clearly inferior selections. Of you were lucky, there were fresh blueberries and strawberries, otherwise perhaps tinned pineapple rings. If you were lucky there were bowls to put them in, if not maybe you could find a paper cup. The same was true with bagels, coffee cups, and several other items - the kitchen was likely understaffed and possibly undersupplied. The us of so much disposables is part of why I rated it less eco friendly.
The other is that there seemed no way to disarm the automatic motion sensor lights. This was both really annoying (lights would turn off if you were reading in bed or on the chair and didntymove enough; or at night if you turned enough or went to the bathroom even if you didn't want the lights on then); and it wastes much more electricity than simply having a card slot to activate the lights as constantly turning on and off at night when ubdersired is a waste or power in addition to being quite annoying.