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Unfortunately tour buses can not access the parking lot. Luggage and all guests had to walk from the street which was difficult for some of our seniors. Everything else about the hotel was wonderful.
No complaints. All great in every category. Reasonably priced too. Just outside the gates of Chinatown. The area is a bit depressed though is my only negative observation.
Only problem was the construction of another motel. Passed by cause there were no signs. Drive all broken apart. Room was very clean
I was a little worried by some of the negative comments when I booked this hotel. However, it was a good deal in a good location and I didn't plan to spend a lot of time in the room. The hotel staff, I found to be very friendly and ready to answer any questions. We asked a lot of questions....Tony ...
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