not quiet or peaceful
Posted Jan 7, 2017
The phone in our room started ringing at 3 a.m. I answered and there was no one on the line. It rang a second time immediately after I hung up. Again, no one on the line. The phone light indicating a message had ben left. I dialed for the message, and a recorded female voice advised while laughing that this was my wake up call. I was in the room to bring my son to an interview that day for a doctoral program at LSU. The calls woke us up. I phoned the front desk, and they had no idea why we had been called. Meanwhile, the folks in the room next door kept their tv on all night, turning it off at 5:15 a.m. I had asked the front desk if they could speak with the people next door, and they indicated they could only make a call. We could hear everything next door, and there appeared to be no phone ringing, other than the phone in our ringing. Well located hotel, with a very nice breakfast and very pleasant front desk, but the middle of the night calls and the loud folks next door when we needed to be ready for a professional school interview suggest that this may not be your first choice of destinations unless you are getting a room following your prom or fearful of driving home for some reason.
Comment from Hotel Management
Jan 13, 2017 by Guest Responder, Hotel Management
Thank you for your comments regarding your stay at our hotel. We appreciate your many good comments, and want to address the ones you mentioned about the prank caller (not originating from front desk) and loud person in adjacent room.
We will ensure to discuss this immediately with our General Manager and discuss the best manner in which to handle this -- including addressing rude personnel if they are staying in adjacent room(s).
We apologize for other guests' inconsiderate behavior, and will do all we can to help allay such situations in the future.
Warmest personal regards,
Sleep Inn & Suites next to Mall & Medical Center