The Noble Suites is an old "mansion" on the waterfront that's been converted to hotel rooms. Ample parking, and just a hop to the downtown main drag. Overall quiet location when I stayed.
The "secure" front door to the hotel was wide open when I arrived. The key to my room was sitting in the lock of my door, which is apparently standard practice here. I checked every possible hidey-hole when I went inside.
There are no curtains or blinds, so it takes some special coordination to dress/undress away from any windows inside this ground floor unit. The windows over the bed are kinda-sorta distorted glass, but not really. I mean you can still see outside pretty clearly.
At first blush it seems like a nice room. Look closer and there are a lot of details screaming "aspiring to budget status." Missing molding, old caulking, millipedes.
The place was clean enough, I have to say, but the underlying condition seems ripe for infestations. You better believe I checked the bed and sheets for traces of bedbugs. None found, although they probably stay away because the mattress feels like a thrift store special.
The kitchenette was well stocked. Lots of dishes, cutlery, etc. Very clean.A Keurig with lots of pods. No creamer until I looked in the fridge and saw already-open cartons of milk and cream. I'm sure it's fine.
Two sofas, one leather(ette?) and one cloth. Leather one was confy, other one was sprung. Nice coffee table. LG TV with fully loaded Bell Fibe - nice touch.