|General||24 hour front desk, Complimentary breakfast, Parking (free)|
Okay, 194 reviews across the web
|Value for money|
|Service||76% found the |
|Hotel||Hotel is ok. Only 65% of guests gave positive feedback.|
|Breakfast||59% found the |
|Room Cleanliness||53% said |
|Room Size||57% said |
|Hotel Building||Building is not very nice. It had 58% negative mentions.|
|Noise Level||67% thought it was |
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It was fine for the Priceline price. It did have free breakfast. The front desk staff was very courteous.
The room was narrow and you could not pull the bureau drawers all the way open without hitting the bed. the breakfast room was a converted hotel room with a narrow one way entrance and a bathroom in the room. The reception area was cramped.The hotel looked as if it was still under construction without anything being constructed. The breakfast room needs to be tripled in size. The lounge area needs a complete overhaul. The space needs to be doubled if not tripled. The laundry room is the first thing you see when you enter. The only ice machine is on the third floor. The front desk is cramped and looks disorganized with old signs and papers scattered. I truly think the best bet is for the downstairs to lose ten to twenty rooms and expand the downstairs space. The hotel rooms with 2 queens are cramped.
There is nothing good about this hotel.
The public spaces all smelled like someone was cooking fish; the towels were the thinnest and most abrasive I've ever used; the hallways were filthy; front desk staff was not very pleasant.I've stayed in some shabby motels in my day, but this place is definitely the worst. I paid for two nights but had to leave after one. The smell in the hallways was horrible. The air conditioner in the room made a terrible rattling noise, but at least it helped to drown out the traffic noise from the highway right outside my window. Some woman was moving mattresses into the room across the hall from me and she had four or five young children with her, who were running around the hallway yelling at each other. She occasionally popped her head out of the room to yell at them, too. I would have complained to the front desk, but the woman who checked me in was so disinterested and discourteous I didn't even want to deal with h...