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This is a very large hotel, and must have been very nice when it was new. The reason we picked the place is the photos looked good, and it was reasonably priced. However, I think it needs a serious renovation. The rooms are very dated....More
See previous survey comments. Problem with the TV sound being intermittent continually. Had to turn TV off then on again to regain sound. Smoke detector going off for no apparent reason at 9am on 2nd day of my stay. Pretty sure the entire floor heard...More
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US$90 - US$226 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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For a person with health issues, I'd be concerned about the vastness of this property. It might have been a $3 Uber ride from my room to the lobby, but I have positive memories of the place. Curious to ask the TA faithful... More
For a person with health issues, I'd be concerned about the vastness of this property. It might have been a $3 Uber ride from my room to the lobby, but I have positive memories of the place. Curious to ask the TA faithful about an hotel policy. I recommend asking the property.
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"Be advised that the balconies are not private. Step outside and you're right next to your neighbor's..."