If you're traveling with pets don't stay here. They charge $10 per pet per night, but there is almost no place to walk your dogs, no grassy areas, unless you feel safe walking your dogs behind the hotel fence along the railroad tracks, which are not lit at night.
The air conditioner/heater did not work in my room and when I called to get it fixed I was told "we no it's not working but there's nothing we can do about it and we're booked full so we can't move you to a different room".
The rooms were non-smoking but the hallways reeked of cigarette smoke.
When asked if there was breakfast in the morning I was told that the restaurant served breakfast but you had to pay for it. When staying at a hotel that is over $100 per night I kind of expect to get at least a continental breakfast!
When I went to check out I was told that I owed money on my bill. When I explained that I had paid cash, and explained what bills I used and who I paid it to, they tried to call the staff person but couldn't get ahold of him and told me that I still owed the money. I explained it again, they said they'd try to watch the security tape but couldn't find the remote control to access the tape and tried to get me to pay. This was ridiculous, especially after they put me in a room that they knew the heater/air was not working and they refused to take any money off my bill for that.
Overall this hotel appeared old, and run down, with no updates and I would not recommend this to anyone.
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