A true adventure.
Posted Aug 7, 2015 on Hotels
This is probably the shadiest hotel I have ever seen. Walk in the door and clearly it has been forced open before. No chain. Window glass pane broken. One bed had a blanket, one didn't. Pillows cases and pillows with stains and goo on them. Keep your BMs small because there is zero flush power. Didn't even try to step into shower which had questionable stains on the wall. Front desk guy is the worst neighbor. Hung with friends and a large dog drinking in front in what is a very narrow parking lot. Train tracks literally in full view about 250 feet away. Mile long cargo trains pass through the night. Channel line up list is different than what the actual channels are. Wall air conditioner broken to run either off or full blast. I stayed in number 107 so I can only speak towards that room. But if you stay there and he says 107, either demand a different room and check it out or run for the hills. Which, by the way, are extremely close by as well. Saving graces were the sink was not in the creepy bathroom, so we could clean up there. There was a fridge and cups and soap etcetera. The card key opens the lock easily, which may be a bad thing now that I think of it. Checkout is a breeze. I was told to just leave and lock the card keys in the room behind me. All in all, very creepy, we did sleep well, and it served its purpose.