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stayed here for one night and that was all we could take. ended up in a back parking lot room and its not what you would call inviting. the door seals are not tight and one can see thru the cracks. one thing particularly disturbing...More
We only stay in non smoking rooms. Entering room, it was extremely smoke filled.
Bed, bedding, carpet...everything was atleast 30 yrs old. Sheets were threadbare, toilet was very loose.
At 8AM contractor set up tile cutting machine right outside our door.
Poor breakfast selection, and...More
This hotel was dated and not handicapped accessible. But it was quiet & clean. It is in a dodgy part of town without good restaurants. There was a hot breakfast with biscuits, gravy, sausage, coffee and weak orange juice.
Was extremely musky we bought a candle that helped a bit! The bed was comfortable,EVERYTHING else needs a update! The pool was disgusting it was cloudy couldn't see the bottom! So bad we wouldn't get in!
We checked in, went to our room and then checked out. It was disgusting. If I could rate this lower than "one", I would. The chain lock for the door was just dangling and there were many holes in the frame where it looks like...More
US$49 - US$60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Not sure of what part of MI you are driving from but the drive to Columbus will be the easiest part .Take a break and book a hotel along 77 S at Charleston just before the mountain drive. Exit 95 to 105 are all... More
Not sure of what part of MI you are driving from but the drive to Columbus will be the easiest part .Take a break and book a hotel along 77 S at Charleston just before the mountain drive. Exit 95 to 105 are all safe,plenty of Hotels to choose from. Get rested ,Toll roads,fast traffic, mountains for the next 2 hours after that then more construction on I 40,
PLEASE make sure your car is in working order.Brakes, tires,transmission flush. Saw several cars disabled last week. good luck,have fun, be safe. Kevin