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Friends we were traveling with chose this place because of the price, everything else in the area costing considerably more. Sometimes it is better to bite the bullet and spend the money. The sheets were clean, but beyond that, this place is a dump. Peeling...More
I had booked a room for 2 nights from 2nd October and paid one nights deposit. I had a confirmation number and receipt from the agent (Hotel Bookings.com). The man at the hotel (the owner , I understand) refused to give me a room -...More
The good; sheets were clean and the air conditioner worked. Refrigerator and microwave in the room. Nice view of the Connecticut River.
The bad; peeling wall paper, tired old cheap furniture, shower is a spigot over a tub with no grip mat to stand on....More
I booked a room for 2 nights and was suppose to have 2 queen beds; got one full size bed for the 2 of us and was told that was whay I booked. NOT!!!! The "full" breakfast consist of bagel, cereal or pancake/waffle that you...More
I have booked at the Sunset, and had no problem regarding the reservation and the agreed-upon price. With a corporate chain type motel, you definitely want to have a confirmation number and written price. The Sunset is an... More
I have booked at the Sunset, and had no problem regarding the reservation and the agreed-upon price. With a corporate chain type motel, you definitely want to have a confirmation number and written price. The Sunset is an old-fashioned family business. In lieu of a written reservation agreement, I suggest you obtain & record the name of the person with whom you speak, and the date & time. When you call to re-confirm (a few days before arrival), you can refer, if necessary, to the reservation made with "Mrs. Nina Patel, on Jan.25 . . ." [fictitious name used here]. Hope this helps.