Evidence shows of efforts to fixing this place up. Eventually we might stay again, but for now it's too hard to find a troublefree room. First we looked at #141, labeled Nonsmoking. It looked good but strongly reeked of cigarettes. On the way back to the ofc, we peeked inside an open #129, with maids inside--and we detected a wood-rot-like smell, I believe.
At the office, the very good evening mgr. was very glad to show us another room. It, 101, was an upgrade to king bed for free or perhaps $5 extra; a bargain at only $45 or so. It even had a refrigerator, unlike all, sparse, regular rooms. No rooms have microwaves, a disappointment. The TV in this deluxe room was fuzzy/unfocused and a 26" or so. Poor. The channel selections--perhaps a dozen, no info or guide, just pot luck and low-appeal shows; so tv was grim and grating, for we who are used to DirecTV.
Still, we thought the room was okay, even almost good...UNTIL sometime in early morning a surprisingly loud SPLAT SPLAT SPLAT SPLAT SPLAT SPLAT SPLAT SPLAT SPLAT of water dripping finally woke me up as it hit every 2 sec. on the window ledge outside. In fact, it had dripped all night. Having no decent sleep is grim anytime, espec. when traveling. In daylight I went out and saw that the dripping came from the air conditioner of the room above, despite cool weather. No fix could be thought of: pan or bowl--no, spare rags were not found; but all such would soon SPLAT anyway, no doubt. So no real sleep. Later I mentioned the dripping to a smart-looking maint. guy and he said he'd look into it, but an hour later he had not cruised past. I would wager $5, maybe much more, that the drip is today healthy and well, a week later, and will remain so. I hope I mentioned it to desk staff.
Someday this will be a good place. In the meantime, you are taking a chance.
PS: I know the staff is working on this, for I found evidence of a dead flea (its shell) in the bedding (ergo, spraying); and the mattress and box spring are enclosed in a thick plastic sack. Bravo.....
Still, when we were back home, everything went immediately into the dryer for anti-bug cooking, and then to the washer.
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