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Checked in for a nights rest but I I would not this place for more than that. The room was extremely small with no walking space. we barely had room for us and our suitcase. No parking on site. They tell you to park in...More
We had a room with a king sized bed, although the room was small it was clean. There was free wifi and air conditioning. We were on the second floor at the very end of the hallway. The area was good during the day, eggsmart...More
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We found this place to be quite acceptable for the rate we paid. The parking off site was a bit of an issue as loading up or unloading was not convenient BUT the staff were friendly and helpful. The accommodations are dated but clean. The...More
US$83 - US$135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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