Small, quiet hotel with the standard Doubletree Cookies:
I checked into this hotel over a quiet weekend to for a last-minute getaway, and the cost was about $110 per night. Be aware, they charge $7 per day to park your car, even though there is ample parking all around and as far as I can tell, they really don't enforce it because they don't ask for your license plate number nor do they give you anything to put on your dashboard. You could argue this is a "hidden" charge but I didn't contest it.
The hotel itself looks like it was probably built in the 80's but has had the furniture updated and there is built-in wired internet access, available for no charge. The climate controls are decidedly 80s and low-tech, so is the bathroom.
But it's clean, was quiet on the day I was there, and the staff appears to be competent. If your package includes a free breakfast buffet it offers scrambled eggs, french toast, sausage, fresh cut fruit, breads with a conveyor-belt toaster, hot oatmeal, cold cereals and yogurt. No omelettes made to order, but there is a restaurant attached so presumably if you're ordering off the menu you can get what you want (at a cost).