The Hotel I've stayed at before in November, I like the fact that it has all nice features, the bathroom is decent size with the tub, the all inclusive king suite is nice. And the furniture is nice. I also like the fact that they have room safes, I do feel safer leaving some things in there, despite the fact that I know Hotel Management probably has a master code somewhere. The rooms are nice as well. I got a good night's sleep there. The people are nice there too, which is always a good thing when staying in.
Anyway, the real concern is, the parking lot. When I stayed in November, I remember when I was going out for the day, I saw two guys around a red car with their two front windows smashed out. I thought, "Well, maybe they had some flashy stereo system, and got targeted, poor kids..."
Well, January, the same thing happened to me. My heart sank. Same situation, my front windows were smashed out. Though, I didn't have anything worth stealing. Stereo is a factory system (That the head unit actually is a dummy plate, real sound processing done in trunk) They only stole two things, my iPod Video (which was already about to die) and my GPS Mount. I did take all the valuable stuff out, but apparently my car was still a sad target. The Hotel has a security guard, but apparently no security cameras watching the parking lot. I mean, if they are going to invest in a security guard, why not invest in some security cameras that watch the parking lots while the guard is watching TV? Keep an eye on everything. Keep crime out. The hotel management did suggest to park up front by the office, I did park closer to my room which was not there.
The fact that they worked with me however, and relocated my room so that I'd be right next to the office, and right in front of my car, helped me ease my mind for my last night there (I had to drive 7 hours back home, with no windows, that's not fun). Granted I barely slept, but I could see my car out the window.
I wouldn't say this hotel is a bad hotel, for it is nice. Unfortunately, ungrateful lazy people decide to ruin stuff for anyone, as this can happen anywhere. My suggestion is, just take EVERYTHING valuable out of your car (Money, MP3 players, GPS, clothes, tools, etc), ensure you have a good alarm, and park by the main office, even if you do have to walk a bit. Don't make the same mistake I made. I honestly didn't think anyone would break into my car, and figured with my stuff locked in a glovebox, I'd be safe. Nope. Hope whoever the criminal is gets found theirs though. Don't let your vacations be ruined folks.
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