great location dismal facility
Posted Sep 29, 2013
Entering the dimly lit, rather warm lobby I encountered two gentlemen behind the desk, neither made eye contact and they conversed between themselves in a language I did not understand. I presented my ID and a few moments later was presented a key and told the room number. Had there been other options for the night I would have departed at that point, however we were more or less stuck being in Bardstown for Bourbonfest. Entering the room it appeared there was new carpeting and paint however in the bathroom the floor looked as if cleanliness was secondary, the corners had accumulated a lot of scum and debris. The soap provided was Howard Johnson face soap for the sink and shower, the one in the shower had apparently been around for a while, the paper appeared to have absorbed quite a bit of moisture and then dried. The shower stall tiles were unkempt (soap scum, debris, calking that was rough) and the soap ledge was half off of the wall. We immediately looked for signs of insect infestation however everything appeared clear and relatively clean. In the morning there was water on the tile floor apparently from the plumbing to the toilet (not a lot just in the grout lines and enough to get your feet wet). The bed was comfortable and clean although the three pillows (worn and flat) for a king-size bed seemed insufficient. The television was an older tube model and I would call the picture adequate. Air conditioner was quite noisy though efficient. It was not a good experience.