My wife, 2 year old daughter booked a one nights stay at Affordable Inns in Glenwood Springs, Colorado on February 2008. We had checked it out online and found that the photos of the room were just another normal room which is fine with us, as we were going to get there about 7:00 or 8:00 pm. We onlly wanted a room for the night and then we would get up and go to the hot springs pool then off to Aspen. When we got to the hotel, we found it was not that nice. A little run down but still it was only for sleeping and then going off in the morning. We found that there was no running water. We call the front desk and they said it was not them but the water works and they were working on the problem as many hotels near by were also have the same problem. They said it would be fixed by morning. So when we went to sleep that night, we found ourselves being bit by something throughout the night. Bed bugs I supose. Then we had a knock on our door at about 7:30 - 8:00 AM for room service. We told her we were just getting up. She felt bad about it but I think that managment had told her to start her rounds. Then we found there was still no water. So I took ice and melted it in the micro wave so we could wash our faces and I could shave. We talked with the front desk when we checked out and asked for a discount. They said they couldn't do the discount. So we left. I will never stay there again nor will I ever tell anyone to stay there. I will advise anyone to avoid the Affordable Inns when ever posible.
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