I couldn't find a room at midnight on a Saturday and had to stay here. At least the owner was still up and selling rooms, but closed at 1am with half the place empty and now I know why. I was charged $112 for a bed with a 6 inch yellow-stained mattress on a plywood frame with 2 very small pillows (the pillows were actually the cleanest part of the room, thankfully) and bring your earplugs to reduce the traffic sound. The shower floor was tile with severe mildew growth and the towels and washrags appeared to be used as cleaning rags and were probably 10 years old. There were stains on the carpet, walls, and curtains. The tv stations were all Mexican channels with terrible reception. The entire motel has had minimal, if any, maintenance done to it in years and a small amount of effort is given to daily cleaning. The motel is located very close to the Stratosphere and a Denny's and does have non-smoking, but if I knew of a place that you could get a daily shower, I would rather sleep in my car or pay $160 for a room off the strip. I wouldn't be so harsh if the owner would've dropped the price for me that late at night or if they put a little more effort into cleaning the place.
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