a traveler from Travelocity.com
on June 29, 2008
After a 4 day stay, I could not wait to get somewhere DRY. The floors/carpets were damp, the bedding, the towels, my clothes hanging and in drawers. No vents in the bathrooms, poor air circulation. Paper and cardboard items turned to mush. Sheets were damp when going to bed at night. I never felt dry in this hotel, be it in the room, the restaurant, the lobby, or hallways. I hated to walk barefoot in the room. My roommates feet started to peel after 2 days because they couldn't dry out. Bathing suits hung to dry, didn't. I did not lke the "indoor camping" feel of this hotel, and wonder what health concerns could arise from the lack of air circulation and constant dampness.
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