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The hotel had changed hands the day I checked in. The front desk computers didn't work my entire stay, housekeeping missed my room the first day I was there, the breakfast consisted of bagged 7-11 type pastries and coffee, and my wakeup call never came on my checkout morning. The staff were apologetic but the facilities were pretty poor.
clean and comfortable. The airport shuttle picked me up there
The shower head Comparible prices to WAY better quality hotels, the room smelled disgusting, the walls thin, the staff just flirted with construction workers, I literally have never stayed anywhere this bad. Oyster bay, flagship, similarly priced and way better/ safer, don't bring your kids here. Disgusting.
Consistent personal staff The rates quotes did not match the summer rate, quoted $65 and had to pay $75. They stated that Kayak made the error
Price Not all rooms are non-smoking
There was a really sweet dog there that one of the front desk people had with them. It was super friendly, and she (the human) was super friendly as well. Also, the guy who was there at my checkout was nice. Trees behind the place were very green. Though the bed wasn't horrible, it was actually decent to sleep on, pillows were all right, and the sheets were clean. There was also a refrigerator and a microwave in the room, though as I did not use them, I cannot tell you if they did indeed work. Driveway and parking isn't great. Paid for a nonsmoking, room still smelt like an ashtray. It totally fell out of a horror movie, and really did seem like the kind of place where you go and get murdered in the middle of the night by some crazy mountain people, or the unhinged guy staying down the way. TVs were only about 25 years old, and though they had cable they did not get cartoon network. They also did that static thing that all TVs from the late 80s/early 90s did when you turned them on. Picture quality is just as bad as you imagine. There were paper cups by the sink, they were not wrapped in anything, and I was scared to death to touch them. No idea how long they had been there, and there was no way to tell if they had been used. Seriously though, you might get murdered here.