Their website says this is "newly renovated." Can't imagine what it must have been like previously. My first impression was at the registration desk. Crammed into this tiny area is the supposed breakfast area--two tables crammed into an extremely small reception area. Then I reached the room. There was no luggage rack, the soap holder in the tub was hanging from the wall, and even with all the lights on the room was dark. Unless, of course, you opened the curtains which allowed everyone to see in. Then there were the towels. Despite having apparently been laundered to oblivion they were dingy looking. Also thin and more or less threadbare--perhaps not even useful as rags. Also--and most bizarrely--a maid would knock on the door each morning at 9:15 to collect your used towels. That was a first--and an annoying one at that.
In addition to the room issues, the area did not strike me as particularly safe, so for the first time ever I chose to take my laptop with me in the car when I left each day. And, yes, plenty of food places near-by, but only if you want to dine at McDonalds or similar. For a real meal in a sit down restaurant, you needed to drive at least 5 or 6 miles. I was there for 3 nights and actually spent part of my first morning looking for someplace else. Ultimately decided however to tough it out and simply stay away for as long as possible.
I have stayed in hundreds of hotel both in the US and abroad and this has got to be the worst. Wyndham should be ashamed.
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March 3, 2013
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