Cheap, but probably not worth the savings
Posted Feb 12, 2017
We were in a no smoking room, but there were smoking rooms at the end of the hallway. A couple hours after arriving, the hallway severely smelled of marijuana (which is still better than cigarette smoke, in my opinion). The gap between the door and door frame/floor was so large, that our room quickly filled with the smell.
The front desk attendant would not let us switch rooms w/out paying a fee. Granted it was only an additional $5, but the customer service principal leaves much to be desired. Other than this instance, the desk attendant was pleasant. Excluding the smoke, the rooms were below average clean in general.
In total, I paid about $55 dollars after switching rooms. So, I can't be too picky. Nonetheless, it is agitating that I initially paid for a "smoke free" room, but I then had to pay extra to actually get a SMOKE FREE room.
If I had to do it all over again I would probably pay the +$70 for a better hotel.