This is the weirdest hotel I have ever been in. First of all, when we arrived, there was a metal detector (that didn't work). The staff were taking selfies and although there must have been well over 30 employees, we seemed to be the only ones there. We checked in and were told we were upgraded to suites, which in retrospect was the least we should've gotten. We were four people travelling, so we were given two suites, but only one keycard. They just didn't have another working keycard for the other door, so whenever we needed something we would have to call the staff, who came when they had the time (and they seemed to be especially busy with doing nothing).
This hotel was built not more than ten years ago, yet they seem to just not know how to take care of it. It's been breathtakingly beautiful once upon a time, but the grass isn't cut, and the lake is overgrown. I tried to walk out on the small porch in the back facing the lake, but the planks were so black rotten I almost fell through. Ants everywhere. Paint was falling off on the outside, and both inside the suite and in the big reception cobwebs were living their best life in the ceilings. But the suite in itself? Gorgeous. Worn, but really nice. The bed and bath were clean. We could accept this, we thought. Until we woke up and they had forgotten we were there, and there was a conference in the breakfast area. I was given toast. A once beautiful hotel with an excess of employees and no guests.