Stay Somewhere Else
Posted Sep 21, 2016
The front desk staff, while cordial enough, were not helpfully knowledge about such things as public transportation options, where to buy day passes, etc., etc. But the real problem with this hotel is that it is just weary and worn and ready, from the looks of it, to be torn down. Our room had a big portable AC taking up a lot of the small floor space with a long dryer hose sticking out through a duct-taped cardboard "window pane"! There was no microwave oven, and we had to ask for an electric water pot (we generally prefer to brew our own coffee). The room had clearly not been vacuumed our second day there, and the underground parking area is rather dingy and dark. Finally, the hotel is situated adjacent to a bridge on-ramp.
Despite all this, I must say the bath was clean and well lit, and the towels were of high quality. Moreover, the queen bed was very comfortable.
All in all, though, it's not a place I'd recommend. At minimum, it's certainly no where near worth the US$225+/night price charged.