We drove our friends to Indianapolis, because they were leaving to catch a plane in the early a.m. Anyways, when we arrived we got three total rooms. First, I thought it was strange that we had to pay for ice and talk to a rude man through plexi-glass to get a hotel room. However, we just dealt with it and made our way up to our rooms. One of our rooms was completly unlocked and anouther smelt like it had just been smoked minutes before we arrived. Although the room wasn't the cleanest we didn't think too much of it because the beds were made. We were with friends and just trying to make the best of our time there. About an hour later when I went to use one of the bathrooms I happened to knock over the trash can. Oh, and guess what came out...a medical surenge. Although we were pretty freaked out, we figured it was just for medicinal purposes and the maid must have forgotten to empty the trash. So, we decided to investigate the room a little more, to make sure that no other needles were just lying around. We found a substance on the floor that appeared to look like cocaine, and a few marijauna blunt roaches on the floor under the bed. Now we had finally became completly disguisted. My boyfriend called down to the front desk, where the same rude man that had checked us in seemed completly unsympathetic, and unsurprised about the occurances. He said "I'll make a note for the manager." We then went down to discuss what had happened and asked for a refund, he pointed to the sign that said "NO REFUNDS AFTER 15 MINUTES." He gave us anouther room, which was just as dirty, but at least had no left over drugs from the previous visiter. In one of the other rooms there was blood, hair, and other stains on the sheets and pillows. We asked for a fresh pair of sheets and the man responded "NO, I have to keep a linen count, the sheets were cleaned." With no refund we were not able to afford anouther hotel, and I was forced to sleep completly dressed, hooded sweatshirt up over my head, and on top of our jackets. In addition to the uncleanliness of the hotel many stange people were wandering around the hotel all night. Many appeared to be prostitutes and junkies. Others appered to be trying to break in rooms. It really felt like a scene from as bad horror movie. My friend's were suposed to get some sleep and catch an early flight, sleep was impossible for them! In the morning we had the 'pleasure" of speaking to the manager, who also refused to do anything to compensate us for our more than unpleasant stay at the Dollar Inn. (OFF EXIT #1 on I-69 in Indianapolis, Indiana.)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The family friendly non-smoking Red Roof Inn Indiana - Castleton offers comfortable accommodations at a budget friendly price. The hotel is within 10 miles of many family friendly attractions including Conner Prairie, Banker's Life Fieldhouse, The Children's Museum, and Indianapolis Museum of Art. Other attractions within a short drive include Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame, Monument Circle, Indiana Reparatory Theater, Lucas Oil Stadium, and Indianapolis Zoo. All guestrooms include free WiFi, flat screen TV, hairdryer and Iron & ironing board. Select rooms include microwave, refrigerator, and in-room coffee. All rooms are non-smoking. A business center and coin laundry are available for guest use. One well behaved family pet per room is welcome. Come check out all the hospitality the Red Roof Inn Indiana - Castleton has to offer. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dollar Inn - Castleton Hotel Indianapolis