This hotel was perfect for our purposes. It is very centrally located right in the middle of MSU and the suites offer a full kitchen in a nice, compact space. We held a ""reunion"" of sorts and met with lots of old friends. When we over-flowed the space in our two-bedroom suite (living room is not very big) we moved half the party down to the business center which is like a large living room. I was very impressed with the service. It didn't feel like I was checking into a hotel, more like I was coming over to stay at a friend's house. When you enter the lobby, you basically walk into the hotel ""office"" and sit down at a desk, kind of like you're meeting with a personal banker or leasing an apartment. The bathroom is divided nicely so that someone can take a shower with the door closed and there is still access the the sink and mirror for another guest. I was impressed and think this is a perfect solution for business meetings. Also, as a woman traveling alone, I felt very safe as you must have a room key to get into the elevator area.
Pros: location, facilities, layout of rooms and hotel itself
Cons: furniture built for longevity and not for comfort.