While the staff members we dealt with were uniformly helpful, courteous, and assistive, the condition of the hotel in general was really quite awful (with the exception of the dining area and the lobby, which were bright spots in an otherwise dingy, odorous, tired-looking and generally grimy experience). The hallways – dirty walls, stained carpeting, dark lighting – looked like a college dorm at the end of a semester. The elevators look like something out of a public housing project, right down to graffiti carved into the doors. Our rooms, although with newer carpeting and more recent painting, looked better than the common areas, suffered from poor maintenance – for instance, the bathrooms, which should be a beacon of cleanliness in any hotel of any kind, were decidedly not. The sink faucets looked as if they had not been cleaned for days, and both of our rooms had missing items from the bathrooms, and one room's bathroom door would not latch or lock. We had to put a couple of the bed pillows aside because they looked as if the foam inside them had split and divided. And, the smells, oh, the smells – whatever odor chasing spray this place is using, it is overpowering, and certainly not pleasant. While this tired place looks like it might have promise, it has a long, long way to go - so, when in Rome, do as the Romans do - avoid this place if you can.
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