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Old hotel that hasn't seen any updates in decades. The bed was very uncomfortable and needed to be painted. Scuff marks on the walls and an ancient tube TV. AC was noisy and the bathroom wallpaper was peeling. No AC in the halls or lobby....More
The lone star is simply there due to the location. It was a very quick jaunt to the Bank of NH Pavilion for a concert. Everything about this place is cheap and dilapidated, even the check-in area for crying out loud. There were tiles missing...More
We stayed two nights leaving on July 4. Maid service failed to make our bed after the first night, although someone entered our room and turned off the AC while we were away in the afternoon and early evening. The "continental breakfast" was far less...More
The elevators, two of the slowest in the NorthEast, were a month out of date for annual inspections...that should've told me all I needed to know, until I saw the old-style standard-definition TV in the room. Actually aside from raising the rates 3-fold for Laconia's...More
Its a clean place in a beautiful setting. Hot water took some time to get to the proper temperature and the manager on duty was not very hospitable. We only staid for one night so I can't really give much more detail.
NO, but the Landmark did a full service resident team of prostitutes On Aug 19, when I booked through and tried to pay with Priceline. They refused to accept Priceline prepayment and said that the reservation was made... More
NO, but the Landmark did a full service resident team of prostitutes On Aug 19, when I booked through and tried to pay with Priceline. They refused to accept Priceline prepayment and said that the reservation was made through Bookings. In any case they made my daughter, a NH Justice of the Peace pay cash, and after seeing 2 filthy rooms, they refused to refund her payment.
Better business bureau, here we come.