Posted Feb 28, 2016
As soon as you walk into the lobby you can tell, that this is an older hotel that has been renovated. Our room was a typical hotel room, double beds, nightstand, desk, dresser with TV. I usually check the bathroom first, because that tells me a lot about the attention to the cleanliness and maintenance. First thing I come across, is the sink backing up (most likely because is old piping, and who knows what else, gross!), the toilet seat was chipped, and the metal piece that holds the seat was rusted (signs that the toilet is old). Who knows how many coats of paint that bathroom has had, based on the cracked paint, also around the door handle you could see all the accumulated dirt. In the shower some corners had signs of mold. The bed was ok, except for the flat sheet, which felt like a crusty piece of fabric on top. I have no idea what kind of fabric was it, or if perhaps they put something to treat it like niagara, because it felt scratchy and was so noisy when moving underneath it.