Inexpensive but not worth it.
Posted Apr 20, 2014
I stayed there for 4 nights. The exterior of the building is worn down and suspect, which should have been the first clue. When I arrived, I could hear someone talking in the back of the office but no one came up front to provide service. I rang the bell twice after coming in and still nothing. Finally, I was assisted and provided a room. At first, I thought it was going to be okay when I walked in. It smelled like they had just shampooed the carpet but I believe they only deodorized the room heavily. The reason why I say is because the next day it stunk. I had to buy some febreeze and spray it every day I came back from work. The curtains were torn and so outdated. The same for the sheets on the bed. The bed itself was super hard and so uncomfortable and that's coming from someone who prefers a firm mattress. The initial day I was there, the towels provided had rust stains on them. To make things worse, the next day they provided a towel that was frayed. Literally a towel that was frayed. It looked like the bottom of some jeans that a teenager from back in the sixties took a pair of scissors to and went to town. The toilet was not secure. When I had to TCB it would move and then I noticed that it was not bolted down. The screws were so rusted and had come off. Finally, when I checked out, I turned in my key and they simply said Thank You. They didn't even ask if I wanted a receipt or anything. The experience was awful.