Better than a best western of old
Good breakfast included, free wi-fi, big rooms
Pool is a little small
This hotel needs major renovation and new furnitur
Check in and check out was a breeze. I booked this hotel for me and my family of 5. I payed $400 for 1 night for a room with sofa bed and king size bed with jacuzzi in the room. Friendly staff. Accomodation included a full breakfast. Free cofee is a thumbs up.
Not much positive. As I walked in, I noticed that its outdated and lighting is dark and old. The hallway is tight for two people. Pool is outdated, small, boring, and water looks dirty. Parking height limit is only 5'9". Trucks don't fit. Jacuzzi tub in the room is not clean as I found lots of small little hair floating about when I filled it up. The jets have yellow dirt stain around them. The bed is uncomfortable because it's too soft and pillows are too soft and worn out. The sofa bed is even more uncomfortable because its outdated and worn out and too soft that provides no support. You can acually feel the springs on your back. I do not recommend you to stay here. It's not worth your buck for that price per night.
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