Gleaming, professionally run, and consistently top-notch for a nonresort hotel. Rooms feel current and are packed with the latest modern conveniences such as HDTVs, iPod docks, free Internet, minifridges, and microwaves. Size is beyond the average, too: Bathrooms are spacious, and in a 2007 gut renovation, old balconies were incorporated as sitting areas with pullout couches, so a superior room can sleep up to five. There are a few downers, such as tricky entry that requires some U-turning, a dull but sunny pool area, and infrequent free shuttles, but those bummers are entirely offset by the quality of the rest and by the fact it’s a short, safe walk to the many restaurants of the Crossroads shopping center. Its website often offers the best prices.