The rooms we stayed in were great, however I have to add an emphasis on the plural s of "rooms". There was a rough storm one night that ended in our room, bags and clothes being soaked, wich caused us to move not once, but three times. The second room had a leak into one of the beds, and we were kicked out of the third room by the woman who appeared to be running the place because we were not paying extra for the bathroom. She offered to dry our wet clothes but left before we had a chance to get them to her, proclaiming she would dry them the next day. However, over the night they became stinky and when we approached her with that issue the next day, she declared that our clothes were dirty in the first place and forced us to pay for them to be washed. (We had several other problems with her as well that I won't get into.) The other kid who ran the evening shift didn't say more than 5 words to us during our entire stay, even though we approached him with several inquiries, and made us feel uncomfortable and unsafe. It was clear that we were really putting him out of his way when we approached him with the task of actually doing his job, and those tasks would take far more time than necessary. There were also no electrical outlets in the room. On the plus side, the hotel is decent for your price and close to the waterfalls, while also being far enough away from the town to not be bothered by the nighttime noises. It also comes with towels.
Steer clear from rooms close to a bathroom, because the doors are very loud at night and there are n...
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