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rooms are very spacious ,,, i think i got value for what i paid for ,, i knew that i would be using taxis etc and spending a lot of time sightseeing,,so i was never going to spend 24/7 in my room..i paid 95 dollars...More
I never write reviews but was compelled to do so after staying at this disgusting hotel. Grimy rooms, no A/C, loud bar downstairs, creepy elevator, dangerous neighborhood, laughable breakfast, crappy Internet, customer service gets a negative score. I've stayed lots of bad places but this...More
First of all my partner and I were booked in for the Oasis Inn down the street and upon arrival were told the hotel had flooded and we were asked to stay at the Embassy Hotel down the street. (after arriving I looked up this...More
The room we stayed in did not use the available space well, and while it appeared clean it was not well maintained. Overall, the building does not appear well maintained. Amenities are sparse and shoddy. The staff was vague, unresponsive, unhelpful, and often unavailable. A...More
My husband & I stayed at this hotel because the hotel we reserved a room at, (The Oasis), had flooded (they said) and the Embassy was owned by the same person so they told us to go there. The clerk at the Oasis wasn't honest...More
US$132 - US$223 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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