It's a place to sleep...and that's about it.

Member Rating 2 out of 5 by a traveler from on November 14, 2011

My experience was less than impressive. I don't demand too much when I stay at a hotel, just give me a bed and some adequate accommodations and I'm typically satisfied. This place was the exception. The room was not very clean and the furniture/bedding/carpet were outdated, which is not a big deal to me. What became a problem was that I couldn't maintain internet connection with their Wi-Fi. In addition, 3 out of the 5 days I stayed there I didn't have hot water for my shower even though I allowed more than ample time for it to heat up. 2 of the 5 days I returned to the hotel room after work to find that it hadn't even been cleaned. Perhaps the biggest inconvenience was the fact that I was late my first day because I never got a wake up call. Upon closer inspection it was found that the phone didn't even work, hence the missing wake up call. The staff wasn't too friendly, and I doubt they would have cared about my lack of comfort, so I just stopped bringing the items to their attention. Lastly, the room was very basic in that it didn't include a microwave or fridge, making extended stays a bit more difficult. My recommendation; Find another hotel.
Americas Inn
Houston, Texas, 77479

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