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The room was on a third floor by stairs.
The washroom is so small that you can bearly turn arround.
It was sopoused to have a please to cook... it has an unpluged. microwave and they tell you you can't use it.
The doors bearly...More
#1 NO PARKING.
#2. Head Desk said "We need to pay $15.00 a person extra per room"
#3. Mysterious Stains on Ceiling " People thought it was blood"
#4. Over 4 days we did not have our garbage taken out, new towels or linen...More
As soon as we got there I knew this was going to be a bad little trip. There had been some confusion over how many rooms and how many people. But of course this was our fault. Not theirs. After our lecture by the receptionist...More
Smells not very good. Like expired air fresheners...
Not great, weird furniture blocking closets, kitchenette but absolutely nothing in it except 2 fridges. ???
Bathroom is a wet room and kind of awful and too small with an incredibly noisy fan.
Bed very hard, A/C...More
stayed here for two weeks got room 101 at first, which would have been fine except that I wanted the sofa bed that had been advertised when I booked. turns out the sofa beds are not standard in all rooms and so we had to...More
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