This ancient run down hotel recently became a Wyndham franchise property when Days Inn stopped putting its name on the sign. I have stayed in foxholes that were cleaner than this place. The linens were threadbare, the beds were a torture rack, the desk chair was so filthy it would be rejected by a dump. The windows were so dirty you could barely see out of them and the frames pulled apart when I tried to open them to get some fresh air in a stinky room. I have stayed at some great Wyndham hotels over the years, but it is obvious their collection of brands have quality control issues. While Howard Johnson may have been a great chain decades ago, this hotel is exhibit number one in how far it has fallen into something below fleabag .
The room had a nice big flat screen TV and a microwave and small fridge that would not be accepted by the Salvation Army.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking