liked nothing the water never good hot enough took 20 minutes to get warm the bedding was ugly itchy and nasty looking the tv channels sucked and the remote never worked the ladies that worked there were rude
The people there are pretty nice. Had no problems with them. I do not however like the fact that housekeeping comes at 11am to clean the room they always open the door when I'm finishing getting ready it's a good thing I keep the top lock locked or they would see too much. I stay there quite a bit only because it's close to where I work and I live in a town further away so when the weather is bad I get a room. Besides the fact that the house keeping comes an hour before check out I always seem to get a room where the bed is broken down and that's really not comfortable to me. And someone commented on the shower. I completely agree about the busted pipe. I have never had a problem with the room smelling bad. Just the house keeping, the uncomfortable beds, and the odd spraying shower. It's not too bad if you need somewhere to stay and don't have a lot of money. No bugs. It's warm. Oh yea and I have had two different rooms where the toilet did not flush well.
The rooms were small and had a foul smell to them, food was found under the bed, This was reported and all that was said is " I'am sorry" This tells me that housekeeping isn't the best. So No............... need to leave the light on for me. The price states one price, but we paid more per room. Like my mother always told us you get what you pay for.
The room itself wasn't bad, although the tiny shower left me feeling like I was standing under a broken pipe in a phone booth. The decor was dated and shabby, but all hotel rooms look the same with the light off, and for this price I didn't expect nor require the Ritz. However, neither I nor my companion slept a wink, as the hotel is adjacent to a highway that had loud semi-trucks going by all night long. It was incredibly loud in our room...we resorted to playing music to try to drown out the noise. If you stay here, be sure to request a room at the back of the motel if you are in the least bit bothered by noise.
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