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This apartment was OK for the price, but VERY tired.
Positives: Great location, OK price, Kitchen is a plus, staff were nice.
Negatives: Traffic is loud, the apartments are tired and in need of a good scrub down, they should be cheaper.
It looked nice on the internet.Not nice when we came there.The staff is helpfull,the location is good,but the apartments are really horrible.
Dirty,stained,worn and the worst thing is the traffic noise outside the bedroom,you might as well sleep on the sidewalk.We moved the matress into...More
We stayed at Parkridge for five days 12/08 and the location was great for getting around. The bus line was right out front. Our apartment needed renovation, and we did have to ask the front desk to send someone up to change the sheets in...More
We were booked to stay here for four nights, but only stayed one nght. We would have been gone as soon as we got to the motel if we had another motel to go to, but as it was night time, we had nowhere else....More
We stayed here on 2 occasions, first in Feb in a 2 bdrm aprt which was only average, furnishings dated, room a bit grubby, dishwasher didn't work, things were tidy but just felt like it needed a good scrub etc etc. We then went to...More
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