I knew it was no good from the second we turned into the driveway. There were no signs at the end of the road to tell you where the driveway was. You can see where there was a sign, but now it is just a rusty metal eyesore. When you find the entry, you drive down a questionable pothole obstacle course into a dead end. Oh wait... I guess you are supposed to turn into the narrow driveway directly in front of the Lobby, where everyone is parked and unloading. again, no sign. Once you park, you will realize you've made a horrible mistake. Going in, I was hopeful, as the lobby was actually well taken care of. If this spoke to how wel the rooms were cared for, it was going to be alright. Well, that wasn't the case. I was given 1 room key for the 3 people we had. That room key took me to a room that was occupied. If you have never walked in on someone at 10pm in a dirty hotel room, i recommend you try it. So much fun. I returned the key to the very friendly employee at the front desk, who was insistent that there was no way I could've walked in on someone, as there was no one reserved for that room. The guy who was lingering over us who looked like he just got out of prison turned out to be an employee, and he seemed happy that he now had a chance to possibly rough someone up, and proceeded down the hall to talk to the guests occupying that room. I can guess their review of this hotel might be similar to mine. With the new key, I proceeded down the duct-tape clad hallway to my room. Hey, a vending machine...with 4 bags of un-obtainable chips jammed in it....next to an ice machine that clearly was way past it's service date. Wont be using those. Putting the key into the slot was worth taking a deep breath and gathering myself for a minute. We went in, and at a first glance, I was relieved. Digging deeper, I wanted to leave. There were broken tiles in the bathroom, The wallpaper was peeling off in multiple spots, There was a electrical outlet cover just sitting on the floor, both the phone and the alarm clock were non-functional, the dorm-style fridge had a ton of glue reside on it from where it looked like someone peeled of a bunch of stickers, the remote was taped together and barely worked, and the TV's were Waaaay out of date. And as I read in a previous review, the walls ARE made of cardboard. You will know exactly what your neighbors are doing. We had neighbors on one side, apparently celebrating cinco-de-mayo until early hours of the morning, and other neighbors who woke up very early, only to sit in their room and entertain their small child who was screaming for a couple hours. I would have to assume their are better places to stay in while visiting this town. Right across the street was a motel 6. I would imagine even at the rate they were charging (half the price we paid), theres no way it could've been worse than the econolodge in Chicopee.
Don't do it. Just don't.
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