My wife and I stayed here 4 or so years back. It was cheap, if anything it was quite an experience, the wood panelled walls were representative of the heyday of the Spinning Wheel-all the way back in 1962, the toilet barely flushed, the bathroom door was a vinyl sliding-style door with a hair elastic for a latch, it also had a 3 inch gap between the frame and "door"! We loved it because it provided very humorous stories we could tell: when you turned the lights on or off the TV came on, the guy at the front desk looked like a pornstar from the '70s! The lamp shades had all been smashed numerous times in some drunken escapade of the last 45 years, the least broken sides were turned to face outwards. Man that was an experience, in fact it was such an experience that 4 years after we stayed I am searching for it on google- and found it, now I'm writing this review.
The Spinning Wheel would be the perfect place for a week long heroine and crack binge that culminates in suicide. We'll never forget our time there. I sound like I'm being harsh but this place had a profound, and mostly positive effect on us, though I was very worried about bugs of the bed variety. Oh, and the beds creaked so much that I woke myself up every time I moved! It was awesome... couldn't be a better way to spend $52!!
I'm sure they are all equally 'eclectic'.
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