Posted Jul 26, 2016 on Hotels
When booking this room, I was aware there was no bath or kitchen. What I did not know was that there was NO WATER! Camping in state and national parks one usually has access to water some way. There was nothing available for the cabin. We were directed to a porta-potty which did not even provide hand sanitizer and was not cleaned in the two days we were there. We were also told at this time there would be an outdoor concert going to midnight both nights we were there.
In the restaurant the sign telling of a 3.5% service charge on the use of credit or debit cards was not readable because of a reflection so the addition to the bill was a surprise. Of course, it was on the cabin bill too.
The person who checked us in was not helpful and he was belligerent when I said that I was amazed there was no water available. He then said I should have asked him and he would have given me a couple of bottles of water. Too late. And I doubt he would have GIVEN me the bottles. I assured him the place would be receiving a bad review from me.
In the cabin there was an envelope for "TIPS." Really? I cannot imagine whatever I should be tipping when nothing was done in the room and, as previously stated, the porta-potty was not cleaned.
I took this place because it was the only "affordable" place as close to Seward as I could find. Truly, I have never felt I have gotten less for $100.