a traveler from Travelocity.com
on September 19, 2011
If you don't plan on being in the room a lot then you may be fine. You def get what you pay for. I suggest picking up a candle or two before you check in. The smell is very musty/old smelling and is powerful. The first room we were in smelled like a smoker lived in it and there were stains on the bedspread. I asked to be moved to a different room, in which the staff was very friendly. They changed our room from a smoker room to just an old musty smelling room. Also the pool was under construction which was not listed anywhere. We were going for an overnight stay for a wedding so it was not a big deal, but would've been nice to know.
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