"OK, but beware of breakfast, there is almost none"
Good hotel everything is ok, one staff member was super polite and awesome and one was not too helpful and not very friendly. One big thing to be aware of is the breakfast-there is basically none. Maybe you'll be lucky to get coffee and a bar. Otherwise you have grits in packets. That's it. There was one apple left when I got there. To be fair I did get there at 9 am and the breakfast was supposed to be over at 9:30. Besides breakfast I have no complaints.
Traveller from Bronx, NY
Situated in the business district, this aparthotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Koka Booth Amphitheater and Lochmere Golf Club …More
We were pleasantly surprised by the room. It was large and spacious, the kitchen area was great, and it had a full sized fridge. The beds were comfortable.
I dealt with two front desk women - unfortunately did not get names. One was very pleasant and helpful, the other the complete opposite.
Little problems we had with the place - even though it had a full kitchen, it had no utensils or plates or anything in the room. They have a sign saying to go to the front desk for them. That is odd, but it might work. But I went to the desk to find no one there for some time, then got a very unfriendly person. She was irritated that I wanted plates at a late hour and couldn't believe we wouldn't eat from our to-go boxes. Other little thing was the breakfast, if you can call it that. No milk, no juice. There was coffee, tea, individually wrapped muffins, oatmeal packs, and then oranges and apples. That was it.
Big problem was a barking dog. For many hours our neighbor had a dog that did nothing but yelp and bark. Witch at the front desk didn't care or offer to do anything about it. She said they accepted dogs and next time I should ask to be put away from pets (like I knew this ahead of time). I said they accepted people, but they are not allowed to keep others awake - she shrugged. Neighbor didn't answer door or phone. Turns out was not there - came in at 3:30 drunk.
Place has potential, but we had a bad experience.
Situated in Cary, this aparthotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Koka Booth Amphitheater and Lochmere Golf Club. Hemlock Bluffs …More
One of the fastest growing cities in the nation, Cary is the third-largest city in North Carolina’s Research Triangle. The Triangle refers to the universities and their research facilities. This area is home to one of the nation’s most educated populations, with one of the highest number of Ph.D.s per capita.