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Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site
Culinary Institute of America
I was skeptical but it was clean and did the trick for a night passing through. Staff was friendly. Sheets and pillow cases smelled fresh. I work in hotels so I'm picky and know what do look for. But the room I stayed in was clean. Can't speak for the rest. The bed was firm but some people like it. The walls are thin. I could hear others accessing their room and it almost sounded like they were coming in my room. But none of this is the hotels fault. They are doing a good job with what they have.
The hotel was a good value. The rooms were comfortable, the staff was friendly, and the property was clean. Additionally, the hotel was only a short drive from the CIA. The property has seen better days. The bathroom door in our room didn't latch. The exterior security door near our room opened without scanning a room key. While the hotel is a smoke-free facility, smoke was always present in stairways and hallways. Additionally, the property does not have an elevator. Travelers should request a room on the first floor, otherwise you'll be carrying your luggage up and down stairs.
The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The room has been recently renovated and everything was very clean. Having a refrigerator in the room is very appreciated. The size of the room is very generous, giving us plenty of room to spread out during a five day stay. We had a room on the first floor. During one night of our stay, there was another guest in the room above us. The sound proofing between floors is non-existent and you could hear every single footstep of our upstairs neighbor, loudly. Also, we were happy to see that the windows could be opened for some fresh air but, any time we tried to open them, someone would start smoking outside the front entrance and the smoke smell would waft into our room. Disgusting.
easy to get to and owner was very nice upon check in.
Total dive, would rather sleep outdoors, and definitely do not recommend this facility to anybody. What I liked most was driving away. I didn't like anything about this facility, in fact the room I stayed in had an unpleasant odor, and the bathroom window was open with the closer dysfunctional so I slept with one eye open.
Good location the rooms were from the 1950's. Horrific painting, 1950's wallpaper, there was an animal in the room at some point in time and the owners must have locked it into the bath. The animal chewed half of the door molding off of the wood. The toilet paper was