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A fine example of craftsmanship from a bygone era, although much updating and attention to comfort level details is in order! Having to fix the toilet that wanted to continually run during the night (my labor bill is in the mail), multiple hairs that didn't belong to me on my pillow, the TV that I'm pretty sure had Thomas Edison's initials carved into it, the 40 grit toilet paper that was so thin I kept seeing my finger through it, I'm thoroughly convinced that the pine cones out front would have been more comfortable and effective. The breakfast choices or lack there of. I expected much more for the price.
Location The room that we were checked into was not cleaned and had open bars of soaps dirty towels dirty sheets.
Spacy room, quiet Bed: old matress, cut my leg when gooing to bed... Breakfast. How do Americans survive? Unhealthy, waffels, donuts, + beacon and scrambeled eggs. Out of forks, spoons, not hygenic, clean service area
Only problem were the male guests camped outside their rooms, commenting on every female that passed by. Hopefully they won't still be there when you stay there.
close to the lake and had parking for trucks with boats
Location and price. Rooms and beds were really nice. A/C was very good. Close to stores food. Bathroom could use some tlc.
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Good location; near shopping and fast-food restaurants. Nice flat screen TV in room, along with small refrigerator and small microwave oven. The Executive Royal Inn, located on US Hwy 27 in Clewiston, Florida, is a family owned, 1960's era motel, that has been ridden hard and put up wet. At appears they cater mostly to fishermen who frequent nearby Lake Okeechobee for world-class Bass fishing. The door to our room was cracked and splintered, the apparent result of someone eager to enter without a door ket. The small sink and tiny bathroom featured old plumbing that desperately needs updating. Low wattage lightbulbs in fixtures to reduce costs at the expense of customers trying to read by lamp light. With taxes, we paid $100.00 for a non-smoking double room, much too expensive for this old motel in downtown Clewiston. No food is available on the premises. Rooms are noisy at night, directly adjacent to the 4-lane main highway in Clewiston.