Stayed in this hotel for 1 night (March 2012). Upon arrival the woman at the front desk was rather curt, then we were put on the 3rd floor which used to be the 'smoking floor' and it had a lingering old funky smell to it. We also had our dog which we paid the extra $15 for, and the 3rd floor was inconvenient, and the super old tv was something from the 80's and about 18" wide screen with a fuzzy picture. So we complained and we were going to go to another nearby hotel which was pet friendly, but the manager (I think he was the manager, not sure) took me around to other rooms until he found one on the first floor which had a slightly newer larger tv, and the room didn't smell as bad, then he offered a discount if we stayed. So, we took it since he was being nice, and it was getting late in the day. Then, we noticed the rear of the hotel has another old creepy-looking hotel where people are living in it very close to the Sleep Inn, and there were some pretty interesting characters hanging around the place. That hotel has balconies, and the people who live there hang out on their balconies seemingly all the time. One balcony even had a camper-style shower/toilet tent outside on it. Lots of tweeker-looking people hanging out in the area, so we kept an eye on our vehicle and parked right by our hotel window so we could see it. The people above our room were up until 3:30am stomping and slamming the furniture, then they finally went to sleep, then we could finally sleep, and then they got back up at 6am to leave and stomped around for another hour and woke us back up. They kept us up all night, I don't know what they were doing up there but it was pretty annoying, so we got about 4 hrs of sleep. Walls/floors are very thin. Guess the 3rd floor would of been more quiet but it smelled bad like old musky cigarettes. We thought this Sleep Inn would be similar to other Sleep Inn's that we've stayed at, which is why we booked the room online before visiting Ft. Collins, but it is very outdated and desperately needs a remodel. Beds sunk in the middle and were uncomfortable. We stay at budget hotels often, and usually Sleep Inns are on the nicer side, but not this one. Manager was a nice guy, it was affordable, but I really doubt we'll be back to this hotel.
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