I had a great experience there, aside from needing a c-section... The nurses were all awesome (but they do come in all night long to check on you). All of my rooms had a window seat that was somewhat long enough to be a bed. My L&D room, first recovery room, and second recovery room. We switched recovery rooms to get one with a longer window seat that my husband could sleep on -- there were vacant rooms so this wasn't a problem.
Toby slept in the crook of my arm, no problems. No one said a word! I loved it. I liked the food, too. Really enjoyed my omelette breakfast every morning! I didn't think to order cheesecake -- I'll have to remember next time! For my husband, there are lots of good restaurants nearby, so he was able to go pick up good food if he didn't want the hospital food. (Now that I know about Moe's, I'll definitely have him pick me up a burrito!)
ETA: They have a good LC on staff who offers a breastfeeding class every morning. I ended up getting a new Medela PIS covered by insurance because my son couldn't latch on well. The nurse got it for me within minutes!
CPST and mom to Toby 6/06 and Caleb 8/09