a traveler from Travelocity.com
on February 15, 2011
I'm glad I only paid a little over $60 per night (for the room). The staff was nice and the place was clean. However, the first night, the room we were in was little more than a converted closet. I barely had room to manuver around the bed. People above us were jumping up and down on the floor to the point of rattling the chandelier above our heads. I was to the point of calling the desk when I heard someone else yelling "Please stop!! People are trying to sleep!". The noise subsided, but we had already lost a lot of sleep. The shower was a mere dribble. The next morning, when I spoke with the desk, they offered to move us to another room. We ended up being moved to a room with the same sized bed on the top floor - but this was more like a normal sized room; it was comfortable, quiet and the shower worked great. The difference between this room and the first one was almost comical. One thing: The heater didn't work, and since the LCD display on the controller was faded past the point of readability I couldn't tell what the problem was. Even so, the second night was so much better than the first we were greatly relieved. Hard to recommend to a friend though - not sure which experience they would end up with. One more thing: Parking. I was quoted $34 per night. On checkout, I was charged $45 per night. The explanation was that I had a "supercar." (A Ford Expedition. Really?? It's no longer than a full size sedan.) Would have been fine had the mutliple rates been explained to me but when I asked I was simply told "$34." Not good.
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