Posted May 22, 2016 on Hotels
The Continental Inn doesn’t leave the ground to achieve enough altitude to receive even a tip of a star. The front desk hospitality was non-existent. Upon arrival, the guest would be provided an envelope, with the guest’s name, room number and room key, left on the counter of the front desk. Once checked in, meaning the guest would retrieve their envelope, where the guest would transport their luggage up one flight of stairs, with no other assistance available, to their room. If there were a need for other requests, there wouldn’t be the ability to do so, since there were no phones in the room to call the front desk. It was hit or miss to find anyone to assist if the need were to arise to request any additional towels, soap, shampoo, or even to have real drinking glasses sent to the guest’s room.