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The hotel is filthy, cocroach ridden and the showers / bath was non functional
Someone in America tried to used my credit card on the web to buy things from sears and myfamily, the day before I got to America. Fortunately my credit card was...More
The first night i got there i was suprised at how small our room was; there was hardly room to move in the room. The sheets had stains on them, and the bed was suppose to be for two but barely fit one. The staff...More
This place was the most HORRIBLE HOTEL I have ever seen. The day I was to leave for NYC I phoned Hotels and asked them if they could find me a place for the next two days. I told them how many people etc. Well...More
I took my daughter and three of her friends here for a girls weekend. The room and bathroom were very clean and the staff was very helpful. The only problem (and to five females it was a big one) and surprise was that we saw...More
US$ 138 - US$ 283 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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