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t looks like a weekly motel to a low income, the room is ok nothing to brag about, the bathroom is small soap, small toilet etc. the place is close to the freeway, but far away from food source you have to drive about 4...More
We booked a room through priceline shortly before midnight. The closer we got to the hotel the seedier it got. When we pulled up to park the parking was plastered with signs that say the hotel is not responsible for stolen or damaged property. The...More
I have stayed in this Hotel at least four times and once for more than two weeks. The staff are very very nice and the maintenance staff are also really nice. The room is quaint and has everything you could want for a single or...More
The room was run down.Carpet was filthy.and there were bed bugs. The staff however was very nice.This motel is located in an area that has a lot of drugs and prostitution from the truck stop.There is no security.
Driving towards the hotel and kept thinking Google Maps had lost its mind. The area kept getting darker and darker, very industrial feeling and some of the people hanging around the premises looked to be of questionable character.
The only entrance we could find looked...More
US$49 - US$56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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