Would be Great if you roomed in the Lobby
Posted Aug 22, 2016
First arrived after a 12 hour drive at 8:30AM and the parking lot had two cars in it (probably the hotel employees). Asked if I can get a room before check in and was told to come back at noon (the hotel was empty and no rooms for someone staying for multiple days a few hours before check-in). The Lobby is where all of the money on this hotel was spent because it certainly was not spent on the rooms. The bathroom faucet dripped constantly, the beds are old and worn out, the towels that were once white are now yellow and the TV had a limited number of channels connected to an old coax cable. There are patches of concrete missing from the ceiling of the lower floor balcony that were just left void and painted over. They were either renovating or installing a pool (which was not yet open) and there was dirt and mud all over the lot. They offer lemonade and a coffee machine in the lobby, breakfast is served in 2 rooms that were converted to seating areas on the second floor and the menu is limited to cereal, yogurt, waffles and some small cakes of some kind and coffee, tea and juices.