One step above a Motel 6
When you first walk in the lobby you have high hopes, but then you get on the ancient elevator and you start to wonder if you should have paid the extra money for the Holiday Inn. The 3rd floor smells musty and the water pipes for the sprinkler system are hanging low and trashy. You enter your room near a broken elevator and the light flickers on. After adjusting to the musty smell and stink of broken dreams, you check out your rolling bed and realize that camping might not be so bad. At least you wouldn't have urine stains on your sheets. As you go to use the bathroom, you slip off the plastic toilet cover because it's not secure. You are relieved to find that at least they have a flat screen TV and you decide to check out the pool. The pool is deceiving, since it's called castaway bay. However, you see a water slide that sometimes works, but you question whether to slide down intro urine water or not. You decide not to and head to the "gym." The fitness center might as well be called a sauna, because the air conditioner died a long time ago, along with the hopes and dreams of a decent hotel. You think that you have survived hot yoga, so you decide to try it out. Unfortunately, you discover that every machine is rusted and broken, so you decide to go out for the evening. As the weekend goes on little things about the hotel annoy you. Things like having to get your own blanket or your room not being cleaned and you think to yourself, "I wish I paid a little more."