Basic room, get what you paid for. Could use a retrofit, as some age starting to show, but I had no issues with sleep or anything else in the room. The room had a good layout, enough space for a single room when doing both work and personal work on the large desktop.
The room was very clean and well maintained. There were no "frills" but for the price it was comfortable and met my expectations. There are vending machines in the lobby and many restaurants that delivered to choose from. The only negative was the the in room furnace was noisy.…
Clean basic room, but I had to change the toilet paper as soon as we got there. The room was very noisy (faced the highway), very hot (could not lower the thermostat) and had paper thin pillows. It served its purpose of a quick and cheap stay over on out trip home.
I was told on the phone I would get a CAA discount (most times it's 10-20% off), I got a whole $5.00 off my room. The bed was hard and I am pretty sure it was only a double (online says it's a queen). There was only 2 pillows on the bed, most hotels give you 4-6 on a bed. The…
OMG where do I start. Listen, I knew it wasn't going to be great. I booked it because it had smoking rooms. Emphasis on the "had". I got an ok deal price wise. Smallish room...ok I can live with that since I'm alone this trip. Paid $5 extra for a small fridge. Ok with…
"Rooms at the hotels across the street are much nicer and not much more expensive."
"Don' the stay there unless you smoke. Don'the bother bringing your cigarettes because the air alone will work for you"
"very basic but good value & clean"
"Do not stay in smoking zone or room #221 and 223 as above the furnace and have high temperature."
"My preference was the ground floor"