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We stayed in the President Hays room, it was a very beautiful and comfortable room. There are signs of updates and maintenance needed, such as wallpaper beginning to peel, broken, pitted grout in the shower, cobwebs in the corners.However, we enjoyed the room. We have...More
We stayed one night in January in the middle of a rare winter arctic blast. It was 9 degrees overnight with snow, sleet, ice mixture. We stayed in room 212, The Grant Room, in the original, historic section of the building. The night we arrived,...More
This was our first stay at the Excelsior House. The employee that checked us in was super-friendly and even showed us around the property, giving us the history of the hotel and showing us pictures of its early days. We enjoyed complimentary hot coffee both...More
Sure, the hotel is historic, but that doesn't mean it shouldn't be well maintained. Our room #209 was tiny with peeling wallpaper, dirty carpet and tile in the bathroom, a noisy window a/c, musty smell and bed covers that didn't appear clean. On top of...More
I walked in while touring the shops to see the local site and thought it was quaint on the outside. I was intensely uncomfortable upon entering. I just felt like I was doing something wrong and had a very strong urge to leave. So I...More