Not a hotel worthy of the Travelodge title!
Posted Aug 15, 2016 on Hotels
The two "queen" beds were full's. When addressed, we were told they were standard queen size beds, yet when measured, they came in at roughly 50" so technically, they weren't even FULL'S! The floors were stained beyond belief. The A/C either blew ice cold or not at all, and the second it cut off, the room almost immediately felt warm. I assume this is because the A/C was blowing directly into the side of the bed that was only 18" away from it. The door had the swing arm latch, but the latch on the door was broken off, thereby negating the use of the latch. What was worse was that even with the 'deadbolt' engaged, the door opened so easily that my 18 month old could pull the handle which simultaneously unlocked the door. I had to move the sofa chair in front of the door to keep her from escaping. On check-in, we were told the pool was open. Yet upon looking at the pool, there were leaves and slime at the bottom of the pool that had running stains toward the drain, indicating that the pool had clearly not been cleaned in some time, not to mention the shorts, socks and underwear that were scattered around the pool deck or dried debris in the pool gutter. This hotel needs some serious attention, even for a 'budget' hotel. A new latch costs no more than $5 and could prevent the death or abduction of a child. While I can live with the rest of the issues, THAT is a lawsuit waiting to happen!