It is difficult for me to write too negative of a review for a hotel that only cost $45 - what exactly did I think I would get? - but my experience here convinced me that it would be worth spending more the next time I was in Florence. I had no problems checking in/out, and the room was reasonably clean. But it was also dingy, poorly lit and Spartan, with a single bottle of shampoo/conditioner in place of the standard shampoo, conditioner, lotion trio of complimentaries. I think "suburban extended stay" is a bit of a misnomer. It is located on a commercial strip and not really suburban as far as I can see. And while most extended stays I've stayed in have a kitchenette, range, oven, full freezer/fridge, microwave, shelves and counter space, the room I had just had a small fridge, microwave and single sink for the bathroom. I was only here overnight, so that didn't matter much, but don't plan on settling in here for a week and making hone-cooked meals. Other criticisms include a bad cigarette smell (I'm not sure whether non-smoking rooms are available), bad coffee in the lobby, and a very seedy/unsavory clientele that hangs out at the property (maybe they thought I was seedy/unsavory, too).
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