Worst experience in 60 years of travel
Posted Nov 28, 2016
First impression was bad: the motel sign at the entrance had holes in it. Tried to check-in early but was told no rooms ready. Outside, a maid had rooms 119 and 122 on her finished list. Back inside, the desk said those two rooms were for other guests and not available to me. The front lobby was dirty and shabby and the rest room was devoid of hand soap and paper towels. When I returned after dark the light in the entry sign was no working so I almost missed the entrance. The same desk clerk who said room room 122 was not available to me earlier checked me into room 122. All the exterior doors had peeling paint and/or damage. The room itself, like the lobby, was dirty, shabby and needed painting. The fluorescent light over the sink was missing it's lens, there was no electric outlet available for the mini fridge and the TV wouldn't come on. (I reported the problem - no power in the outlet - but it was still not working when I checked out.) The bath/shower had a mat and the only wash cloth neatly folded on the edge of the tub. The mat was clean but the cloth had obviously been used, maybe to buff brown shoes. The saggy bed springs groaned and poinged whenever I moved. I could clearly hear activity in the parking lot and the occupants of the adjoining rooms, including a lap dog who barked most of the night. This is a $25 a night motel charging $100 - AVOID AT ALL COSTS !