I stayed here for three weeks while I waited for my house to be ready. I moved here from Michigan. From the outside it looks very nice. Inside is a totally different story. I have to say that the one positive is that in all fairness the front desk staff was quite friendly for the most part. However, when we checked in, there were hairs on the bathroom floor and the tub was dirty. The rug was dirty and so was the foldout couch. They are in serious need of renovation. You have to pay your stay ahead of time, so even if you don't know how long you are staying you have to decide if you want the weekly rate or the monthly rate. If you pay the monthly rate and move out earlier you owe them money. If you move out later you don't. It's a weird plan. Anyway, the King size bed was so close to the window on one side of the bed that I had to climb into it from the middle to get in. My son used the foldout couch and said it was extremely uncomfortable. I asked if the could send a housekeeper to my room the next day, because they don't do cleaning every day if you are a long stay person, and they did send one. The breakfast is a bit of a joke, I can get granola bars and wrapped up muffins at the Shell station. There is a laundry room with no chair to sit in while your clothes are being done and the floors of the laundry room were dirty and I was afraid to leave my clothes there and go back to my room. You have to bring your towels to the desk and exchange them for clean towels. You have to ask for an extra roll of toilet paper. You have to ask for everything. After 10PM no one is at the desk, but I think they have a line for emergencies. My husband left for Michigan and asked me twice if I was sure I wanted to stay there because he was so anxious for me to move to another hotel. I stayed there mostly because we had already brought all my stuff into the room and he was flying back the next day and I didn't want to move everything again. The staff did ask me if I wanted another room, but they did not have any others with a King size bed and my husband is over 6 foot tall and needs a King size bed. At night, when I came back to the hotel, there were lots of people lingering in the driveway,and although the entrance is well lit, I did not feel very safe. I think I left my phone charger there and when I called to see if it was there, they told me that I needed to call back in a few days because they did not know. I left my phone number but no one ever called me back. All in all, for the money, it was not worth it. For an extra ten dollars a night I could have stayed at the Hilton Doubletree at the corporate rate and had a luxurious room with housekeeping every day and no hairs in the tub or dirty carpets.
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