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Location was very convenient for our travel plans. Relatively clean for a budget motel. Very close to busy road. Must be close to hospital as loud sirens all night.
Location Where do I start??? Got there at 11:45 and its 40 degrees outside. The wildabeast at the front desk won't let us in the lobby and has us go to the cubbie hole on the side of the office. She can't find our names in the system. It takes 30 minutes waiting outside to get our room keys. When she finally hands them over to us she has the nerve to yell at us that we need to be nice. Yelling this. I cursed that donkey out... Specifically telling her to f herself and to consider eating my a-hole. She then calls the police!! The officers come, here my story and have a laugh. Apparently she does this to everyone who doesn't bow down to her. Needless to say this is the worst establishment on the face of the planet. I would never recomend this place to anyone... Not even my in-laws!
We appreciated the acceptance of pets and the middle-of-the-road price. The room was disgusting. I almost refused to use the shower. There were sketchy drug-dealer types hanging out in the parking lot until 2am. We didn't get a wink of sleep... including the dogs.
The location was close to the civic center and market street. Not very clean, a used towel still hanging on a hook on the back of the bathroom door, a screw on the bathtub faucet came out when I turned it on. Shades were old and worn and tough to cover whole window.
Price great, compared to area hotels. Sheetz 24/7 convenience store across street. Wendy's nearby, walking distance. Fridge, microwave, coffee maker in room. Clean room, small, but adequate. I will stay again on future visits (my daughter attends college nearby). Surrounding area not great. Checkin late night and you deal with the hotel clerk behind thick glass at a small security window, instead of entering the lobby. Coincidentall, the Wendy's dining room is closed after 10pm, but the drive-thru is open. I certainly appreciate the employee safety and security aspect in both instances, but it strongly indicates that the area is high crime. Indeed, at the nearby Sheetz, there were two Sheriff's cars; it looked as if they were dealing with a derelict. I had no issues myself, but I would hesitate staying here if I were a woman travelled alone.
Nothing Bed was far to hard to sleep on, Fridge kept me awake I had to turn it off. When the heat came on it sounded like an airplane motor. Décor was from the 1970's, Carpet was stained, furniture was full of holes, shower did not work properly, could not adjust the spray. Light switch at the door would not come on. Room on the second floor, no elevator.