Do not bring your wife and children to this hotel!
Posted Jun 4, 2015 on Orbitz
If I had my wife and children with me, I would have turned around and walked out. I only stayed because I arrived at midnight and needed a quick place to sleep, shower and eat breakfast. Also, it was cheap and located right off the 40. The carpet looked like a Petri dish in a micro lab, the ceiling was falling in on me and the AC unit smelled like urine. I am a Marine and have dug trenches in the dirt to sleep on and used camp showers for weeks on end, and that was cleaner than this. I wouldn't even turn the bed spread down to sleep on the sheets, which had something unidentifiable on them. The mattress was a box spring covered with a thin sheet, no mattress cover to shield from the obvious filth. The bathroom was the worst part. The toilet cover was broken in two, there was a large hole in the wall and there was no toilet paper roll holder. There was a giant gap in the floor at the base of the tub and the towels were thin hand towels. 2 wouldn't have dried me off, if I had been willing to shower. The best part: the front door had to be secured using a broken hanger stuffed through the lock because it wouldn't hold on its own. The breakfast consisted of actually decent coffee, watered down orange juice and boxed donuts, which I wouldn't suggest anyone eat considering the condition of the rest of the place. If you are adventurous, on a budget and just passing through, bring a sleeping bag and brave it. Otherwise, do yourself a favor and pay $10 more to stay at the travel lodge across the street.