It is fine hotel except for no sound isolation in the rooms, you can hear clearly what person in the room next to you watch on TV or the conversation they have. The cleaning lady ate the candies I had in my room and in my colleague's room (we got the same chocolate candies at the seminar). I checked out early since I had an early flight, the lobby person was sleeping on the chairs and asked me if everything was okay and why I am leaving so early.
Staff was very friendly and the hotel was conveniently located just off of Broad Street. The breakfast served was varied and well thought out. The chocolate chip cookies were a nice touch in the evenings. I stayed there for business reasons and it met all of my needs; easy to get to the airport; to work and lots of shopping nearby for after work. The room was clean and had everything I needed. Walls are a little thin at one time I could hear someone's conversation on the telephone but it was only for about 15 minutes out of my 5 night stay - so really not a bother and I'm sure they would have switched my room if required; they were always asking if everything was suitable and to my liking when the opportunity arose.
Glen Allen is a suburb 12 miles northwest of Richmond in the “West End” district, known for its upscale shopping and dining. This small community is home to The Dominion Club, where Virginia’s only PGA Tour event is played, and the prestigious Innsbrook Office Park, the headquarters for corporations like Wachovia, Capital One, and Circuit City.