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It was a bed. There wasn't much more. We seemed to be the only ones staying in this section of the building which made it even more creepy. I'm pretty sure there's people that live under the one set of stairs. It was within walking...More
No fridge, no WIFI, no TV, not even a chair or a glas respectively a cup. And I paid 120$ a night. But I was not alone. A really large cockroach accombanied me, So like Tom Hanks I had somebody to whom I could speak....More
The property has an “old world” charm with exquisite iron work around the entire building. It is perfect for those not expecting any more than a place to rest their head, which was our entire reason for choosing this location. The elevator takes quite a...More
Your staff is great - helpful and friendly. And the location is incredible!
But dirty. Really dirty. old, crappy mattress with stains on the ceiling, an old nasty window unit, and hairs and old crusty fixtures in the bathroom. Spit and spent ciggys lying about...More
This place is not for everyone but we love it. It has loads of character and the people working here are very friendly. Great location with a bus out front and the trolley car few blocks away. It has a pool which is perfect for...More
US$54 - US$90 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I had a large bedroom , a alcove with sink and bench and a resonable bathroom . i travel light ,, the vincent was a travellers experiance and i wouldnt have even thought closet space was of any interest or value to me . i... More
I had a large bedroom , a alcove with sink and bench and a resonable bathroom . i travel light ,, the vincent was a travellers experiance and i wouldnt have even thought closet space was of any interest or value to me . i enjoyed the st vincents for what it was , run down , large , spooky, beautiful ,a all time experiance that i would advise to open minded travellers. i recommend it at the price and will willing return . next time for ten days. closet wth. ?