Bring your own toilet paper.
Posted Jul 5, 2016 on Hotels
Ughh.. Where to begin. We rented two rooms at about $10 cheaper than most other budget hotels, so I wasn't expecting much. My low expectations weren't met. First room: It was fairly clean (except for some carpet stains), all of the bathroom hardware was rusting with the towel rack hanging off the wall, The promised mini-fridge and microwave were absent and the bed was uncomfortably hard. The second room: Dirty carpet, dirty armchair, weird room smell (someone may have tried cooking), TV was an analog tube TV that didn't work with the cable so we only had three channels, and the bed was also uncomfortably hard. In its favor, the linens (towels, bed sheets) were all clean, which given the room condition was surprising, the Wifi was decent and the shower was okay. The unbearable kicker that drops this hotel from a 2 to a 1 is that neither room had any toilet paper. Who does that? I went to the office to ask for some and was told they didn't have any and I get some tomorrow. Really? Toilet paper isn't something you can wait around for.
Needs a little work before it can reach the low standards set by other cut rate hotels.