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|Guest •||April 24, 2018|
arrivedThis is only our second stay at the Kahler, in my first review I was so impressed that I booked all further Mayo Appointment stays which will be 7 of the next 14 days here at the Kahler. Last night when we arrived however there had been a slight mix-up which could easily be made when you are directly across the street from one of the top Medical places in the United States, they over booked their handicapped room. Since i am a full leg amputee the roll in shower is a necessity to me and all the other folks had checked in prior to me. Without so much as a thought they moved us up here to an accessible room up here at the Towers and the staff is has been so amazing. Our room is beautiful, and the bathroom is huge and beautiful. They have coffee and drinks available all night and little snacks and a nice breakfast. They have a front desk person just for the 44 select rooms and they are private and a key is required to get to the Towers part of the hotel so there is no traffic roaming the halls. I am amazed by all the staff here so far, it doesnt matter if your on the 2nd floor or the 11th, the smiles are just as bright and inviting and there is nothing they have not offered to do to make our stay as easy going as possible. Next week will be a challenge as I dare to try to walk again and will spend 6 days as this as my home and will be alone. They said that they would escort me back and forth to my therapy appointments and will help me all they can. I will write another review then, but as it stands right now, in all my travels in my 50 years this has made the top five of all hotels! A special place when you need it the most!