A friend of mine and I decided to stop in there for the night since we have heard good things about the Motel 6. When we got there, there was a man in the lobby complaining to the front desk clerk about his room. She ended up giving him another room to stay in. When it was our turn to check in, the price was not that much cheaper than other hotels. When we got done paying, we asked about the internet, and was told it costs extra. When we got to the room, it was just plain run down. There was a dead bug and a hair on floor by the bed. Hairs all over the bathroom. Mold on the bathroom door. I don't think I will be using the Motel 6 again. We will be going next door to the other hotel if we are in Baton Rouge again.
I stayed there for three days the service was okay, but when it came downn to the room it was horrible.The shower curtain was dirty looking had to spray bleach on it to try and clean it. The lights by the bed did not work whatsoever. Also the t.v stop working on the second day. Oh and the only other thing is was that they took like a hour just to bring new towels.
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