Mexicans with German Shepherd at bottom of stairs, viciously barking st us. Felt unsafe.
You get what you pay for.
When I arrived at the hotel, it looked decent on the outside. I have already booked a room a few weeks in advance for the convention that we were going to. Once I entered the room, it was okay. There were a few spots that weren't as cleaned as I thought but just ignored it. Then, the next few days, I noticed from the sink and in the bathroom there were a few ants crawling with an addition of a small cockroach in one of the furniture pieces. In order for us to be a little more comfortable, we bought raid and sprayed it around the edges of the room (which did help). The one good thing about the hotel is the location from the convention, which was 5 minutes away from where we were staying. I did pay pretty cheap for it so I guess in a way this is an example of you get what you pay for. The staff was pretty nice though as well.
Not a thing.
The first room was completely trashed and still had smoke hanging in the air of the non-smoking room. The second room was at least mostly made up, minus dirty towels still in the room. It was however sketchier than places I slept in while serving in Iraq... I chose to sleep in my sleeping bag on top of the bedding due to the stains on the "Clean" sheets. Service was terrible and I watched two drug deals go down in front of the room across from me while I was unloading my stuff from the bike.
Heather was awesome! For what the place lacks, she
Heather deserves a raise for all she puts up with.
I was bit by something at night, the room was old,
Nothing to like.
Bed was lousy and place was creepy. I would not recommend it to any person for any reason. It's not worth staying there, even at the bargain I paid. I would rather pay the extra $10 a night somewhere else.
Disgusting and dirty. Drug addicts walking around. Homeless people sleeping in the laundry room
Don't stay here
The fact they had a pool.
This place is disgusting. Burn holes on bedding of a "nonsmoking" room, dirty towels meant to shower the size of a hand towel, lights didn't work, carpet ripping off the edges, flies EVERYWHERE, things broken left and right... After less than 3 hours we decided we couldn't stay, and ate the $36 and LEFT. Spend the $10-20 extra and go down the street.
The bang for buck.
Detergent used for towels. Very dingy
The price and location fit with was I was going to do in the area
Room is worn down but could not complain since i was not expecting no 5 star room for $26 which is a good price.
Being able to sleep in bed thats it
Everything it was horrible we first got there and the worker gave us room number 222. We get to the room and its horrible its a mess all over has not been clean and it had needles u can tell drug users where in the room. so we went back to front desk to complain and all he said was oh okay I'll have someone clean it and we are like no we want a new room all together and the guy gets attitude but gives a room. Also the pool was empty, ac barley worked and the towels were dirty. And the cable on had 10 channels. Worst hotel experience ever!!! WARNING DO NOT GO!!!
Staff was great.
Location. Which isn't the staff fault
With a stay at Knights Inn Mesa Az in Mesa, you'll be near the airport, within a 15-minute drive of Arizona State University and Mesa Arts Center. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, laundry facilities, and coffee/tea in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
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