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Stayed at this hotel in July 2014 for 2 nights. We were severely eaten by bed bugs in different rooms. Staff is rude and disrespectfully offering no help or sympathy. One agent was so rude to tell us he doesn’t care because the hotel passed...More
The prices at this rundown hotel are far too much for the lousy air-conditioning and limited cable. You're lucky if you get a nice room with one bed let alone two. They are very strict on how many people per room, and you must wear...More
The hotel is from 19th century. old switches.The air conditioner doesnt works. when i informed it to the lobby. the answer was " you will get good breeze if you open the window" I dont want anyone to tell me that." If you wanna stay...More
I lived in this hotel for three months in 1967. $3.00 a night. Nice bar downstairs and a coffee shop.
No telephone in room, but who needed it. I worked three blocks away, and I really missed living there after moving out and getting an...More
We lucked into a top-floor corner room. Lots of light from the windows on two sides of the room, which you could open and feel the breeze from outside. Cool view, being right in the city. Had a home bedroom feel with the two beds...More
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