Nasty, run down hooker haven
Sign out front says it all: "Drug free, Gun free zone." If you have to have that sign there, there's a problem. Kinda like having to print the word "food" on a bag of chips. We were met by a green haired hooker hanging out at the front door at check-in. A few hours later found her sleeping on a bell cart in the lobby. Do they just wheel her from room to room? The side door key entrance didn't work (staff told us up front) and another sign said "Do NOT prop door open.with rock" but there were 2 huge rocks laying beside the door just for that purpose. Apparently this is how the rest of the riffraff entered the premises. Blood stains on the sheets, the faucet for the tub was off and just laying on the side of the tub, but I wasn't about to get in that tub anyway. NON-SMOKING room smelled like cigars and I was afraid to take my shoes off in the room. I have stayed at this hotel when it was a Baymont and a LaQuinta, but it has really gone downhill since then. We were lucky we had our dogs with us to keep the vagrants and vermin away and the price was cheap for 1 nt. but I'll never stay there again, nor would I recommend it to anyone I wanted to stay friends with..
Comment from Hotel Management
05-Sep-2017 by Brand Experience Team, Hotel Management
Dear Ken, Thank you for taking the time to post your review. We strive to deliver a great guest experience, but it sounds as though we did not perform to our usual standards in this case. Please know the issues you describe are an exception to our guest commitment and as such, we apologize. We encourage you to contact our Guest Relations department to record the details of your visit to help us provide a better guest experience in the future.