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Piece of garbage! My parents were told that they have to pay before they can see the room. Completely disgusting. Dirty toilet with urine and hair , bathtub looks like it was never been cleaned . Furniture falling about. When I called for my parents...More
You will love this place is you have an appreciation for the strange and historical. St.Vincent's posses very friendly live in tenants, & employees whom are extremely helpful and friendly. We brought our own food stored some stuff in the communal kitchen & made an...More
Seriously, this place is disgusting! I can't say everything about this place was gross though, the staff was super nice & friendly! Only thing positive. This "hotel" is not like a normal hotel. I'm cool with old buildings and all, but this place is on...More
Hotel prices, sub hostel standard's.
We arrived to find we would have to pay extra for parking which had not occurred anywhere else on our 3 week road trip.
Contrary to what it says above there is no free WiFi. Price is $3.99 a day....More
The St. Vincent guest house is a very basic accommodation. I had a large room, which was pretty empty. No closet and just one hanger tells you about the level of this place. That being said, I loved the location - building itself (fool of...More
US$54 - US$91 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I had a large bedroom , a alcove with sink and bench and a resonable bathroom . i travel light ,, the vincent was a travellers experiance and i wouldnt have even thought closet space was of any interest or value to me . i... More
I had a large bedroom , a alcove with sink and bench and a resonable bathroom . i travel light ,, the vincent was a travellers experiance and i wouldnt have even thought closet space was of any interest or value to me . i enjoyed the st vincents for what it was , run down , large , spooky, beautiful ,a all time experiance that i would advise to open minded travellers. i recommend it at the price and will willing return . next time for ten days. closet wth. ?