This place is a shack. Old building, old paint, old elevator, old furniture... my room was clean, though. But the bath tub was completely clogged.
Parking is very crowded. Cars coming in an out (and driving by) make more noise than most people would like. There is a apparently a railroad not far from the hotel. The trains aren't too obnoxious, but again, louder than you would expect.
The hotel is run by some Indian dude and his wife. They live in a building that stands in the hotel yard, and the reception desk is nothing more than the back room of their apartment. You can see the other living areas (beds, TV, table, etc.) when they open the door. They act very unprofessional, staying most of the time inside their "apartment" and mostly coming out when a doorbell rings.
If you arrive late, you'll be checked in through a window. I had to stand for >10 minutes out in the cold waiting while that dude was trying to figure out what was going on with his computer.
"Continental breakfast" is a joke. There was one (sic) bagel and one muffin, a bowl of jam packs, and about 2 glasses of orange juice in a dull-glass pitcher.
Free wi-fi is ok, but don't expect to find a printer there. Not even for a fee.
Personally, next time I would rather pay and extra $25 and stay at the Holiday Inn Express across the road.
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