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I stayed at this motel for 1 night and it was the worst stay ever. The room was so unhygienic and small. They had the TV from the 90's which din work well. Also the staff was ignorant. The sheets were pale and dirty. Overall,...More
If you have a family, this is definitely not the place to stay. Pass it up if you are looking for quality, cleanliness and privacy.
The sheets were dirty, there were no towels and the carpet was wet in the room. I had to leave...More
I stayed here for 2 days and had a great time and great service from front desk at all times. This motel is very clean with great service. I did request to have room cleaned daily and was not a problem.
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