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My husband was going to take a shower before retiring for the evening. There was no rubber bath mat nor was there a towel type mat in the bathroom. A set of towels for each of us was provided, with no extra towel. He looked...More
This place was absolutely horrible! I read a few reviews, and thought I'd take a chance because I usually like the Best Western brand and enjoy earning points for my stays.
However, I would not recommend this place. Just as the other reviewers stated, the...More
The All Star Game was being played in New York and every hotel room was taken, or so it seemed according to my travel agent.
I was booked at this hotel. The people at the desk are nice and helpful. The problem is the room....More
This is the last time I will use Priceline. For $179 a night, I dont think its too much to expect a clean place. This is a dirty run down hotel with EXTREMELY cramped rooms and very worn everything. But worse is the location, in...More
The Best Western Convention Centre Hotel (BWCCH) is great value if you pay less than $200/night. I booked the BWCCH through Priceline and bid (and paid) $150/night. May sure you try even a lower bid, as others have paid less.
Yes, as with other reviews,...More
US$127 - US$300 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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