I hate this hotel
I reserved a luxury suite to get away for a quiet romantic evening with my wife. When I arrived at the Elliot the street was closed and a loud rock band was blasting music from a stage outside a hotel. At the desk they informed me that theis was the town's Octoberfest and it would run until 10PM. When I asked why I was not told about this when I reserved the room, they just shrugged. I was also told that I had to park two blocks away because the farmer's market would occupy the street in front of the hotel and the closest parking lot to the hotel the following day. The "suite" turned out to be a cramped room with badly worn 1970's furniture. The "fireplace" turned out to be a miniscule gas space heater in the wall that never worked during our stay. The bed was good and they did have a nice jacuzzi in the bathroom but the bed was wedged into a tiny spot that left no room for a night stand on one side. The following morning at 5AM loud noises woke us up to discover diesel pickups and pipe frame tenst being assembled for the farmer's market. The staff made no attempt to do anything for us despite strong complaints. Lewis and Clark had a lousy time in Astoria and some things never change. The final straw was the $27.50 local room tax we had to pay on top of the premium price for our fireplace suite.
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