Please read, know what you are booking
Posted Aug 27, 2016 on Hotels
First of all, buyer beware - this is not a hotel; I thought it was a Residence Inn and was thrilled with the price, I was thinking 'is this too good to be true?' but it had 3.4 stars, why is this? I have no idea but yes, yes it was too good to be true. It is a college dorm (complete with a pack of students smoking something very stinky right at the doors)...a dirty, substandard college dorm. We arrived at 2am after 18+ hours of straight driving and were stuck (if it had been earlier, we would never ever have stayed, ever) but alas, even after being exhausted, no one could sleep. We even tried turning our sweat pants inside out to keep them clean and sleeping on top of the covers(brown stains on the sheets). There is no wifi - only if you go sit in the lobby with the smoke coming in the doors(so, so gross and nasty). No face clothes or towels except 1 dirty one hanging wet in the shower. Carpets not vacuumed, the refrigerator was literally completely beat up. Honestly, it was beyond disgusting and not worth the price, as good as it originally seemed. I tried talking to the 'manager' and he defended everything...Literally I can go on but I'm getting upset all over again, I feel completely scammed - college dorms should be clearly identified. Honestly, we would have felt better pitching a tent - if you think this is a great low cost option (more money for shopping), just go camping. We were cold, uncomfortable and could not relax.