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Ladies and gentlemen, I swear, this is something I have never seen before!!
The hotel is dirty as hell almost everywhere, the staff at the front desk super rude (not everybody but almost), the wifi is a freaking NIGHTMARE comes and goes every 5 seconds...More
Less than 1 rating!!!! Staff was down rude when asked about helping with luggage onto floors that had no elevator access!!!! THEY DON'T LIFT ANYTHING TOO BAD, struggle yourself and if you hurt yourself too bad!!!!
That on top of a sleepless night because ALL...More
This hotel serves as a University residence during the school year so the building is a little tired. It could use some paint here and there and the bathtub is not new (stains). Despite this the room was very clean, the bed and bedding very...More
The location was perfect for us. Walking distance to the hospital, restaurants, grocery stores and coffee shops. The room was clean, updated and didn't hear guests in hallway or next door. Mind you we stayed during the week. The beds and pillows were comfy. Very...More
Was here for a conference. It's a great rate, not a far walk from conference centers. It's not fancy, but was good for my purposes. There are enough restaurants, a grocery store, and things nearby. Not recommended for those looking for a romantic getaway or...More
US$101 - US$557 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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