If you plan on getting any sleep, stay elsewhere!
Posted Mar 17, 2017
Check in was a breeze, friendly staff at the front desk. I wasn't expecting it to be a motel, which was the first disappointment. We were directed around the back of the building, where there were no available parking spaces. The lot backed up to an RV dealership. We finally squeezed into a really tight spot. Thank goodness we rented a minivan, because the only way to get out of the car was through the rear sliding doors. We then had to walk down a very poorly lit corridor to our room, which made me a bit uneasy, since we checked in after dark. The room looked as if someone may have been in it before we arrived. All but one towel were on the bathroom floor & the toilet needed to be flushed. We considered complaining, but were just too tired. A/C, although cold, was old & extremely loud, as was the refrigerator when the compressor turned on & shut off. When we finally got used to that and started to fall asleep, here come the airplanes. Who knew the airport was so close by? Did I mention the trains? Overall, I guess you get what you pay for. The room itself (besides the bathroom) was clean, parking each night was a nightmare, noise was definitely too excessive for our taste...all of the above mentioned noises, plus the music blasted from the tiki bar on a Tuesday night. I think the parking & the dark corridor gave me a really bad vibe, so I probably wouldn't have slept anyway, but we ended up staying with my mother in law for the last night.