Only if you have to.
Posted May 10, 2016 on Hotels
We were in Stephenville for graduation ceremonies. The hotel staff was very nice and helpful. But the room was musty-smelling, the beds were lumpy, and the pillows were spent. The hotel has room access from the inside hallway as well as the outside sidewalks, but the locks to the outside were permanently de-activated, so you could only enter your room from the inside hallway. We had two rooms, one of which was handicapped accessible. When I walked into the handicapped room, there was a strong fecal smell, which I reported to the front desk, but he stated that the cleaning crew would "freshen-up" the smell when they cleaned. The toilet in our Double room leaked in the back from the inlet pipe. While my mother was taking a shower in the handicapped room, parts of the shower apparatus fell off into the bathtub. This was reported to the front desk as well. The sofa in the handicapped room had stained cushions. So, not the nicest of rooms, to say the least, but adequate for one night's stay.