At $56, I knew I was taking a risk. Walking into the office, I knew I was in trouble. Office cluttered and dusty. Indian lady answered the desk, was very pleasant.
Getting the room, the key barely worked to open the door. Upon entering, the smell of cigarette smoke blasted me in the face. Carpets were dirty, burn holes. Tv is fresh out of 1990. At least they had Dish network, I was afraid to touch the remote. It looked cruddy.
The mattress has a rubber/plastic sheet encasing it. Keep bed bugs in? Out? People p*ss the bed here? Who knows. Bathroom was bad. Years of dust/dirt built up on the edges of the molding. Looks like someone had diarrhea, and the cleaning crew didn't do a good job of cleaning up the damage.
Baby blue walls, with accents of white drywall filler, repair spots in the ceilings. Total mess.
Owners, you own a business in todays day and age. You are lucky, take pride in it. Make it nice, pay a little more to have the work done right. Get a cleaning crew who knows how to clean. Your place is a dump, you should be ashamed.
Do yourselves a favor, pay the extra $40-50, and stay at the Holiday Inn up the street. You get what you pay for comes into play here.