Posted Aug 7, 2015
I was afraid to touch anything because the room was so dirty and smelly. Even the pillow cases didn't smell fresh. The carpet and bathroom tile floor were filthy. The shower didn't work properly. The toilet bowl was discolored. The bed had no flat sheet (just a 1980's style print comforter on top--and who knows whether it had been washed). The phone had been pulled out of the wall and was put in the night stand. There were no outlets by the bed to plug in cell phones or other mobile devices. The pool was old and small, but the water was blue and not green, so that was a good sign, but we didn't go in because we couldn't trust whether it was clean, given the condition of the rest of the hotel.
For just $8 more, we stayed in a beautiful Quality Inn in Bloomington, Indiana, the next night on our travels. What a difference!