Okay to stay overnight, nothing more.
Posted Jul 25, 2016
I stayed here overnight, but I wouldn't stay longer. The hotel was close to the airport, and the least expensive, but you do get what you pay for. After checking in, I found that neither of the two keys that I was given worked. When I returned to the front desk, the clerk followed me back to my room with a master key which worked. After he let me into the room, I asked him how was I supposed to come and go without a key. He suggested that I prop the door open with the door latch. I told him that I was not going to do that, and then he offered me another room. As I walked into my new room, I immediately noticed the dank and humid smell, and turned on the air conditioner. The room was dated, with a gold and tan comforter on the bed, and matching curtains. The sink fixtures, lamps and mirrors had seen better days. Overall, the room was clean, and I felt comfortable enough to sleep in the sheets which were bright white. Breakfast was the standard fare for this class of hotel. It was self-serve waffles, muffins, bagels, cereal, yogurt and coffee. Again it was okay for staying the night.