Fairly noisey location
No hot tub
For those sensitive to noise be advised: avoid room 201.
Room 201 is the corner room directly facing the corner of 1st and B streets. As the room is right on the corner, I'm guessing it's probably the room at Aggie Inn that is most susceptible to noise. Friday late afternoon/early evening will entail lots of stop-and-go traffic noise and
car radio noise (as cars queue up to leave town). The intersection of 1st and B streets seems to be on the routes of a lot of different buses as well. You will hear the stop-and-go noise of diesel bus engines during this Friday evening time period for 2-3 hours.
Once the Friday evening traffic noise of those leaving town dies down, be prepared for any live music that might be happening farther down B street (towards Central Park). This music may die down around 9 o'clock. Then things get a little quieter. Then The only thing that will really stand out is the occassional yelling of a drunk (or sober) college student. Though if you wear earplugs during the loudest times, the noise isn't that intolerable.
Note: Ear plugs can be found upon arrival in the room (near the soap and shampoo bottles).
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