Barely Bare Minimum
Posted Mar 30, 2017
In short this is the kind of hotel I would term a "highway stopover", the room and accomodation are just good enough for an exhausted traveler to crash in, have breakfast, and leave. If that is your ONLY purpose then by all means this hotel is alright, if you want a place where the room is nice and livable for a sober and non-exhausted person then you may want to find alternate lodgings.
The room was clean 'enough' in terms of the fact that there was nothing truly nasty about the place and there were no bedbugs, etc.. HOWEVER, scratching beyond the surface was problematic.
IN THE ROOM.
The walls were stained. My bathroom door wouldn't fully close because the bottom edge was so rotted and bloated it dragged across the tile and required serious muscle to wedge shut. One of my pillows was splotched with large ink stains under the pillow case (this was visible if it was near a light source). The lamps were finicky, some requiring 2 or 3 presses of the button to turn on (I am unsure if this was an electrical fault or if the hotel was too cheap to install double or triple phase light bulbs). This list goes on..
The walls are paper thin. I like to stay up late doing work and I could clearly hear a regular volume conversation between the couple next door concerning the dinner they consumed a day earlier. Thank goodness that was all I heard.
The room locking devices use a card and these look quite old, worn, and rusty. The ice machine sounded like a jet engine.