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The price here is pretty inexpensive. The room didn't smell bad. The room was clean and there was basic amenities like a flat screen television with cable and refrigerator and free high speed Wi-Fi. The waffle maker makes great waffles if you want waffles for your breakfast. There was orange juice (Hi-C?) and milk and some muffins and cakes. There wasn't enough towels and toilet paper so I had to go to the lobby to ask for more. The walls are paper thin and the build quality of this building is near condemnation. The stucco is crumbling apart, the windows are falling out and the walk way getting into your room on the 2nd floor shakes when you walk on it. Inside the room isn't much better. There are obvious patches in the walls from holes and although the bathroom was remodeled with tile, the work quality is subpar where the mortar is cracking and the tile cuts are sloppy. For the price I can't complain, but I can't give it rave reviews either.
The main attraction is the cost. It was the cheapest place around and yet it was still clean, quiet, and seemed safe. The place is a little run down, but for the price, it was fine.
The room smelled of mold. It was the AC filter, I washed it and it did improve the air quality, but there was still a residual smell of mold. The owners need to be educated in hotel management and cleanliness standards. The carpet and furnishings are very worn. The window lock was broken, with just a piece propped in the channel to block attempts to open, which didn't make me feel safe. The door looked like it wasn't closed completely and could be easily kicked open.