I would really like to know what sort of crack people are smoking to say this is a good hotel. Where are you used to staying? A lean-to on the side of the road? My wife and I got this hotel on a Priceline bid, $65 a night and I would of preferred to stay virtually anywhere else.
Homeless people sleeping INSIDE the sliding doors of the hotel greeted us.
Our first room on the 11th floor smelled so strongly of mold, we moved down to the 10th floor.
The carpet, the bed, the shower, the desk and the shelves had not been changed or updated in decades. The carpet was almost worn through in spots.
The internet was free, but you got kicked off every 10-15 minutes or so.
The shower head was, and this isn't an exaggeration, was from the 1960s. The extreme water pressure caused the water to come out in one clump. Spinning or turning the shower head did nothing. The water backed up almost instantly and the shower floor felt lumpy. It was unsafe.
There appeared to be some kind of frat party on our floor with fratboys slamming doors until 4 in the morning.
Good things about the hotel: near the metro, near grocery stores and lots of restaurants. That's it.
Probably the worst hotel I've ever stayed at and NO WHERE NEAR a 3-star hotel on Priceline. 1-star at best.More
- Free Wifi