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I had reserved this room for my Special Needs daughter and her worker... the worker walked in and as she walked in there she was hit with the smell of Pot. There was a homeless woman standing between the 2 doors. There was also a...More
There was no ice bucket (apparently stolen) we were given a thin bag to hold the ice. The sheets did not smell like they were cleaned properly. The room was inceredibly small for 140$
The area is NOT safe to walk around and unfortunately, the...More
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US$82 - US$145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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