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I stopped for Two nights at the Hotel this week. I was set back when I booked in at reception to be told as well as the cost of the room, another $100 as a holding fee. Not happy about that one. The room itself...More
The hotel room we had on the 8th floor had a good sized living and dining area. You can prepare your meals inside. It has 2 TV units, one in the living area and in the bedroom. When we arrived, the door keycard was unavailable...More
I am not the kind of person to usually write reviews but i was absolutely disgusted with our visit at this so called 4 star hotel. The place absolutely stunk. The interior was old and outdated and it was in china town rather then darling...More
What a dirty hole! Never stay here! Dirty and gross the key to the elevator and room didn't work. No hotel parking. Unprofessional useless staff. I just wanted to leave as soon as we got there but had already paid. I felt like I needed...More
Stayed here for a few nights on business.
Firstly the reek of mildew was the first thing to hit me when I entered my room.
The carpet was coming up in places, the kitchenette floor was sticky and there were patches on the walls.
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