We stayed here on our first night traveling from Sedalia to St. Charles on September 15, 2014. This was an amazing hotel experience. The room we stayed in was room #1 and it was awesome! Although it is a historic hotel, the rooms are modernized and beautiful. Since we got there late, most of the town had shut down so we were told the lounge will also serve food. We decided to go there and the menu was more like a tapas style menu. We were skeptical, but pleasantly surprised. The food was great. We had the peasant platter which was an assortment of meats, cheese and fruit...a lot of food for the money. The staff at the lounge and also the desk were friendly and accommodating. They stored our bikes in the basement which was locked. We would highly recommend staying here!
posted Sep 19 2014 8:30AM
- MTBTrailRider and Wife, Sharpsburg, GA