Got this resort for around $90/night plus Priceline fees...total around $400 for 3 nights.
You get what you pay for. Small 100 sq foot room with a double bed, smallest bathroom ever seen (which has no private screen between the bedroom area (if you can call it that) and the shower. No privacy so don't travel with anyone other than yourself or a significant other.
Dim, drab lobby. They're trying to make some kind of "scene" but it isn't working.
Dim, drab hallways. Reminds of a college dorm room both in size, scent, color, and brightness.
Note they did NOT try to charge me the $20/night amenity fee. I was ready to put up a fight because Priceline said Hooray, no hotel-charged fees. I think they are straying away from this.
Only one person at check-in, took longer than normal to process in and out.
I could have paid $10 more per night and gotten a better room and service at the Roosevelt.More
- Free Wifi