Was stuffed up anyway which is why didn't ask for another room, but the hotel might need to label the nonsmoking rooms as either: Always been nonsmoking and Used to be smoking, now nonsmoking. For people with allergies to tobacco, that is an important distinction. To truly make a room that has been smoked in into a nonsmoking room, the wallpaper has to come down, the walls have to be scrubbed and repainted with special paint, the drapes need washed, and the carpet has to be replaced. Many hotels need to do this to former smoking rooms that are now nonsmoking, not just the Hilton.
Marcie from NE Arkansas
Situated in Jonesboro, this hotel is close to The Mall at Turtle Creek, Arkansas State University, and Fowler Center. Local …More