It's a place to lay your head at night
Posted Aug 16, 2015
Good points: It was quiet enough, and it was in a decent enough area. I didn't see any evidence of bed bugs or cockroaches or anything like that. The bed was comfortable enough. There was a refrigerator in the room - which worked a bit too well (5 = freezing) - and a microwave oven, coffee maker, hair dryer, iron & ironing board, desks, TV, couch, coffee tables, etc. - i.e., most of the things you'd expect a hotel suite - except an alarm clock (the only clock I saw was on the microwave). Some of the staff were very nice.
Not so good points: The bathroom door was so swollen due to the humidity that it wouldn't close at all. Whatever paint they used on the bathroom counter top was peeling badly and the tub was pock-marked. Also, the tub had a draining issue. Don't take too long of a shower, or the tub will overflow. Expect to have to flush the toilet 2-3 times. The wall-to-wall carpet was very cheap and didn't lay flat. The coffee tables and the carpet area around the coffee table were very sticky (someone had apparently spilled something all over the coffee table and onto the floor, and it hadn't been cleaned up at all - my socks stuck to the carpet). The overhead lights didn't work. There could be more electrical outlets. I didn't find a "Do Not Disturb" sign, so housekeeping would knock on my door around 9:00 am. The quality of the furniture was pretty much the level of garage-sale rejects. In short, it's pretty run-down - really just a step or two above tent camping.