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The hotel was nice, pretty typical of super 8. I found it odd and a little uncomfortable to find that if you request a late check out it is $10 per hour extra. Also, I called the front desk to ask about check out. The...More
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When I checked in the front desk staff was courteous and efficient. My room was small, but clean and modern with beautiful flooring and a stunning painting behind the bed. I did notice some noise outside but nothing that disturbed me much. I walked to...More
US$64 - US$140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Sorry just giving my impression as the consumer. The room is worth $40-45/night on any night. It is never worth 70 so to try and fleece people on the weekend does not make the room better and worth more. The low rating is... More
Sorry just giving my impression as the consumer. The room is worth $40-45/night on any night. It is never worth 70 so to try and fleece people on the weekend does not make the room better and worth more. The low rating is taking everything into consideration. Plus given there are nicer hotels with competitive pricing within walking distance to the Super8 your higher "weekend" price makes you the least value for that area.
I rate rooms cost adjusted, i.e. if you charge 40 I do not expect a "Marriott" bed. Had I paid 40 -50 I would have rated your hotel a 3star meaning an "ok" place for the money. For $70/night you are a 1star as a cost/value review