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No refridgerator in the room. Pretty noisy at night time, the pool is open to 11 but they want tbe kids out at 9, beds were very hard
Close to the venue me and my husband were attending.
Nice for price . Rooms need updated. Staff very knowledgeable about the area
Side entrance door unlocked all time, security concern.
I stay here regularly when visiting Flint. I had an issue with the remotes, no waste baskets however those issues were promptly taken care of..
Clean nice friendly workers dog friendly. Close to expressway. Nice area of Flint
Staff and housekeeping we're very nice and very kind and generous and sweet
I liked the room and the guy at the front desk was friendly and helpful. I liked the parking lot situation.
Noy bad for the price. Conveniently located
When you go on a Flint getaway, it is easy to decide on a modern hotel, or a chain you are familiar with. You may be used to your hotel having all the familiar amenities. But sometimes opting to stay in a more distinctive location can enhance your holiday. Staying in a Flint historic hotel still gives you a well-appointed room and one with tons of personality. Moreover, it offers you the chance to surround yourself in Flint's past.
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Once you have checked-in and had time to look around the hotel property, you can check out the prominent landmarks and art museums to absorb more of the region's culture. While you are sightseeing, make sure to stop by Durant-Dort Carriage Company Office, which is a noted Flint historical landmark. Of course, all this perusing through the past is going to work up an appetite. Ask your hotels' concierge to show you where some of their favorite spots to enjoy a drink or a meal in Flint are. You can also scan the comments and review the suggestions other visitors to Flint believe is worth a visit.
Flint has 195 vintage hotels that exude the look and feel of another era. Some of these famous hotels are where important novelists may have stayed. You are sure to book an accommodation that has all the in-room amenities and the traits you desire. If you are hoping to stay in one of these Flint vintage hotels, book soon, or you could miss out on one of these unique accommodations.