I wouldn't stay here again.
Posted Dec 9, 2016 on Hotels
I was in town for my uncles celebration of life and was excited about finding a dependable hotel for 46 bucks a night. I travel regularly on business and have stayed at a few red lions without any issues and would have given previous ones 4 stars. This one, however, was not in the same spirits.
My boyfriend and I arrived at 1130 pm into a wonderful and deceiving lobby. It was absolutely gorgeous. The guy at the counter was friendly enough, but had a total atmosphere of disdain for his job about him. Even though the hotel was not full, he put us in the furthest room possible on the first floor that he could have. It was a bit annoying as we were obviously tired.
We got into the room and the temperature was about 50 degrees, which was not much warmer than outside. We kicked on the heater which took about 3 hours to sufficiently heat up the room.
The bed was very uncomfortable, most likely a standard for the whole hotel, not because they were pillow tops, but because they were old beds and they need to replace them. The blanket that was on the bed was ratty and in need of replacement and was as thin as a sheet of paper and made it so we were freezing until about 3 am when the heater finally heated the whole room.
After getting out of bed from the restless night of sleep that I had, I got into the shower and it was made for someone 5' 6" or under which was very unfortunate for both my boyfriend and I who are both six feet tall.
There was also mold/mildew in the bat