I booked a stay about 6 hours before checking in - I paid for a King Studio Suite. When I checked in, I was told they had NO Kings available; instead she was able to find a 2Q Studio Suite. It was an upgrade in terms of room size, but I sure did wish I had a King Bed. I asked if they could comp my parking fee ($24) to make up for the loss of what I actually booked, but she said that they would not allow that.
The room is a great size, with a small mini-bar/kitchenette area (fridge, coffee), a sofa, a dedicated desk area which acted as a separator from the bedroom section.
The beds were fine, no lumps or bumps, lots of pillows and soft blankets. Certainly not a "real" Queen Size, but that weird "Not Quite Queen" size that hotels have.
The bathroom was large (it was the Accessible room), but the bathtub was a joke. I don't think anyone older than 10 could completely submerge themselves in this tub. I couldn't get my arms in the water next to me without squishing. The toiletries are bolted to the wall, and you can't reach them from laying in the bath.
Parking was an ordeal; it was suggested that we park in the back and use the back elevator, but after parking in what we *assumed* is the back (the building is a triangle, really) and walking through a back door that was *never* locked and secure, we discovered that the back elevator was broken. So we had to use the front elevator, which was a very slow elevator.
Lastly, the AC is very cold, which I LOVED!