The concept and the design are simple and let you feel at ease and whelmed. The amenities compliment the impression wholly.
I loved my stay at Culture Boutique Hotel. I’ll recommend it to any Springfield-bound visitors. I hope when you visit that you’ll set aside some time to enjoy the room and appreciate the atmosphere. If you’re a local do what I did, and take a break from the routine. If you’re coming from out of town, a couple or few nights here will take your visit from a trip to a vacation.
Disclaimer: This stay was not sponsored.
The building is located just in front of an active rail line. Trains are passing through the night. If you’re a white noise sleeper, this isn’t much of a problem. (While I was sleep drunk, I mistook the noise for crickets–even though it was snowing.)
The open floor design means that your bathroom door is a curtain. So if you’re going as a couple (the room is not set up for families), then you should be very comfortable with your partner’s bathroom habits.
And while C-Street is undergoing a gentrified boom, it is still the center of the rougher side of Springfield. I had no problem during my stay or during any other time that I’ve spent on Commercial Street recently.