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Room in a very sorry state and not as advertised. Bathroom was filthy, ac attached to wall with sellotape and cardboard, tv cracked, furniture dated and dirty.
Not as described when we booked at all. We left early and were promised a refund for the...More
Booked by my daughter for her honeymoon. They had planned to stay 4 nights but after arriving to find a dirty, horrible and run-down room, they left after 1 night to stay in another hotel. Needless to say hotel refused refund, customer service seems to...More
I started to concern about Sugar Hills Suites few days after the booking through Booking.com, since I sent them a couple of question and nobody ansewered. I tried to call them several times, nobody answered and their voicemail was full. I finally managed to talk...More
Went to this place a few hours after first landing in NY with my boyfriend. We had our suitcases with us, and looked like a mess only because we had just got off a red eye flight and waited patiently in a nearby fast food...More
Horrible from the minute we pulled up to the hotel. No signs to mark the hotel from the outside. Had to climb three flights of cracking wood stairs with luggage and my five year old son. Two room suite, the three of us...More
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