Worst hotel experience
Posted Sep 21, 2016
This was one of the worst hotel experiences that I’ve ever had. My opinion is based solely on the room which I occupied for over 10 days. From the online pictures I guess there are better rooms but the room I had looked nothing like what I saw in any of the online photos. To be fair, I understand that this hotel is being marketed as a historic hotel experience, but it lacks the basic amenities to make it barely comfortable for the modern traveler.
To start, the room which I occupied resembled an attic with barely enough space to move around. The walls are super thin to the point you can clearly hear everything your neighbors are doing. I was constantly awakened by the person below and next door to me snoring, watching porn, moving around, flushing the toilet or taking a shower. This was very annoying and frustrating! The floors squeaked so bad that everyone knew when I was moving around, I consistently heard the person below me arguing about the squeaking floors every time I moved around.
Secondly, the rooms had so many mosquitoes that I am still feeling the effects of their bites to this day. Next, the continental breakfast consisted of toast, a small box of cereal, milk and boiled eggs, definitely nothing to write home about! There was also no alarm clock or ironing board in the room. Even though the website said that parking space was available, there was none at the actual hotel so be prepared to spend extra money to park in the government parking lot.