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Under going renovation, nothing worked in the room, no water in tap. Breakfast room was dirty and food had either run out or was cold. Electrical wires hanging from ceilings in hallway. Location very seedy, access to all doors 24/7 without needing to scan card....More
Online search for a three-night stay near SeaTac Airport in mid-July yielded this hotel as having the best price. However, because ManchesterUnited was coming to town, the room rate escalated each night. Aside from the price (we had nowhere else to go and the Hotel...More
In the immortal words of Homer Simpson - "Welcome to dumpsville baby"
Poor check in service - hotel in very poor condition - chemical smell throughout reception and hallways - breakfast service poor ie. Hot food had run out or was cold, no coffee, no...More
I checked in at 3pm( check in was available at 2). I was told that none of the rooms on the floor were clean yet, but the staff was starting on them and that if I came back in 30 min, mine would be ready....More
Booked this hotel online from Australia 3 monthes ago for a 1 night stay before flying on to San Francisco.
My wife and I were greeted by desk attendee with a poor attitude. Once we checked in I had to drag four large suit cases...More
US$76 - US$200 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Yes, the policy is that upon check in, they require a $100 deposit either in cash or on a card. My advice would be to go elsewhere. This is an absurd policy, and once you see the actual hotel, you'll agree it's a rip off.