Looked at other hotels yet? You should
Posted Jul 11, 2016 on Hotels
Never pre-pay for your room. I did for 2 nights and could only pay for 1, but regardless that I payed their standard rate I could not get a refund or even partial. I didn't cancel outright, only one night. Lesson learned that Pre-pay creates more restrictions and makes you lose money.
Second, the room itself was acceptable but the security light blazing outside the window in Room 116 creates a halo of light around the closed curtains that is so bright you can barely sleep. The final straw was the person above me was rocking back and forth on a squeaky board over and over for hours and I couldn't sleep. I called the front desk to ask if they could stop (it was 11:30pm) and there was nothing they could do. So I slammed on the ceiling several times as hard as I could and then they stopped and began walking around. With the security light and the upstairs guest noise, I barely slept 4 hours until I had to get up. I felt at this point I should have stayed at the Hampton Inn down the street.
The hotel parking lot is run down and has no signs on where to turn in. Don't blink, you'll be past it before you realize the construction road you just passed was it. The entrance to the lobby is a single door, no auto open. Better have 3 hands to get in while pulling your bags. It is a cheap place to stay but not at the level that Baymont usually is. I'd say this is on the lower end of the Baymont hotels out there.
Moral of the story - you get what you pay for.