My boyfriend and I needed a place to stay in the area for one night, and used a common hotel-discount and booking website to search for local accommodations for a reasonable price. The website (with pictures) quoted a jacuzzi king room for around $99. We decided to hold off on the online booking and check in to see for ourselves. The gentleman who greeted us (from the couch in the lobby) seemed really irritated when we asked if he could match the online websites price of 99$. He exclaimed that those websites aren't even supposed to have access to their establishment with pictures, let alone prices. It felt very accusatory, and just as we were about to try our luck at the Marriott across the street (where we've stayed before for the same price with a much cleaner and nicer stay) he said he could offer the jacuzzi room to us for 106$. We took it, unfortunately. He did however ask me more than twice in a bit of a harassing way to show him exactly the site that I had found the quote of 99$ "so he could show his boss". As we were in a bit of a rush, my phone had died and we had things to do, showing the management a quote I found easily online wasn't really a priority for us.
The gentleman did warn us that our room was on the 3rd floor which was a smoking floor, though the room itself shouldn't have an odor. The 3rd floor certainly had something of an odor- it smelled like someone dumped rancid Indian food all over the carpet. The carpet looked about the same- a deep clean was definitely in order. The room itself was just a little icky. Not a place I felt comfortable walking around barefoot in. The carpet was fraying apart and had suspicious looking stains. The bed was very low to the ground, and while the sheets looked clean, the top comforter had many dark spots on it that looked like wax stains? Off putting. The pillows on the bed were old and small, major updating needed. The tv was approximately the same size and vintage as one of the pillows- doesn't seem like it's hard or unreasonable to upgrade to something less prehistoric in the way of TVs these days? The jacuzzi was the rooms saving grace- though it needed a good scrub down and found several hairs on the bottom of it. The bathroom shower had two options- ice maker or boiling. Didn't stick around for AM breakfast. Will stay across the street next time.
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