the reviews made made my discion harder to chose what and where to stay i think the reviews were out dated it wasn't the fanciest but it was arond 30$cheaper then others it's been renovated and is will worth the price why pay more where afamily on a low income and traveling is hard to afford it's large and clean im glad i didnt listen to the reviews and went and checked it out ,it saved us $ and was able to squeeze in another activity if your on a limited income don't just go on other peoples reviews plus they could be from acouple of years ago alot changes in a couple of years go ask for a walk through before u pay have a blessed timeon yor futer trips!!!!
THE MATTRESS AND PILLOWS WERE STAINED AND OLD. DUST WAS HANGING IN CLUMPS ON WALLS, LAMP SHADES, ETC., CARPET WAS UNIMAGINABLEY FILTHY, NO ELEVATOR, WE WENT OUT AND BOUGHT NEW PILLOWS, AND CLEANING SUPPLIES. COULD NOT CANCEL UPON SEEING ROOM. HAD TO CANCEL 72 HRS BEFORE CHECKIN TIME OR PAY ANYWAY. PAID $120.FORONE NIGHT. I HAVE STAYED IN VERY NICE HOTELS FOR LESS THAN THIS. FELT CHEATED AND CREEPED OUT.
It's been a while since I've been in a $50+ a night property with no radio, no coffee maker, no iron, no newspaper, and a really pathetic "continental breakfast" of a few stale donuts. And don't even think about internet! I managed to dial up at about 26K after a few tries.
We rented two adjoining rooms. At least they were clean rooms, although they didn't provide the non-smoking room that we had reserved. And the beds were fairly stiff and uncomfortable. But the rooms were quite spacious.
The cable tv selection included age-appropriate fare for our young children.