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Booked through Hotwire and was very disappointed this is even a parter with them. I've booked with them a million times with different star rated hotels and have never ever had a problem. The photos they show DO NOT compare at all with the reality...More
This place is extremely dirty and should be condemned. I had the misfortune of checking in around midnight after booking through hotwire and left the next day early morning without taking a shower as the bathroom along with the whole room was filthy. This place...More
We had to choose between paying $240 or $103 for a ten-hour night stay (we arrived late with exhausted kids), so we bit the bullet and took a chance. Pros: No bedbugs, super clean beds, and a fridge. Carpet was filthy, toilet paper was see-through...More
Very bad I was only there for 20 minutes there was roaches everywhere the air conditioner wasn't working , smells like weedthere was no parking trip advisor help me to cancel everything and I had to drive five more minutes from there to a better...More
Terrible! When we arrived they had no running water!! The following morning they had no hot water. We had a luke warm shower that evening and again no hot water the next morning after that. We were supposed to stay for 3 nights but left...More
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