We chose this hotel for it being family friendly, and with a nice pool and slide, It also appeared to be fairly clean.. Well The rooms were not very clean. Stuff on towels in bathroom, Shower head was gross, and barely sprayed. The comforter had something orange on it, and there were small spots on the wall by the TV that resembled Blood.. The hotel is crawling with homeless people. Watched one from our window in the dumpster for about 30 minutes, and was approached 3 times over a 4 day trip being asked for money or food. Very creepy. And then the side doors don't work so you are stuck outside with these people, or have to walk all the way around. And finally the Pool... The slide was opened for 20 Minutes between 4-8pm... And they don't monitor anything (except Pool towels which they take from you while you're still wet and make you walk back to your room freezing and dripping) I watched a kid push another kid to the ground right in front of the lifeguard at the slide and she just looked at them and then turned around. Kids were running everywhere, even when staff came in, nobody stopped them. The wall said Max Capacity of 75, me and my boyfriend counted 85 at 7 o'clock at night.. I saw several kids get smashed or taken under water because there was so many people. I actually had to save a kid from drowning right next to me because the pool is so full you can't see anything or anyone. The Mom saw me and Thanked me the next day. Imagine if I hadn't been there to grab him!