"Historic" shouldn't mean dirty.
Posted Aug 30, 2016 on Hotels
Such a disappointment....It all started waiting for someone to check us in, then I confused them by wanted to pay cash, and it took another 20 minutes to get change. While I am well aware of it being a "historic hotel" that doesn't mean you don't have to take care of it. The carpeting in my room was disgusting. The bedding in the smaller bedroom had stains on both the sheets, pillow cases and bed spread. I went downstairs and asked if the bedding could be changed while we had dinner. When we came back to the room, the only thing that had been changed was the bed spread. Stained sheets and pillowcases were still there. I went and asked for new sheets and pillow cases and changed it myself! It really was disgusting. Luckily I brought my own pillow/blanket which I laid on. We also realized later on that the door in the second bedroom which also led to the hallway was unlocked the whole time- and wouldn't lock!
I asked for ice, the poor waitress who tried to help me was sent back and forth from the kitchen to the bar 3 times before someone would get it for her.
Again, just because the hotel is old, doesn't mean its ok to be dirty. Extremely disappointed to pay $200 and feel that uncomfortable.