The stay started off good enough. Friendly night staff and decent location (close walk over the bridge to the train)
Now the fun part. First night room smelled stuffy so cracked the window, no biggie. Lay down sheet pops off, ok wrong size who cares. Left a note for house keeping, but the same sheet was there the next day. After talking to people seems to be the norm, double sized fitted sheet on a queen bed just doesn't work when rolling around.
Now I'm slightly grumpy and look around for other things they missed. Sticky table and ac was gross (found the smell).
Well I trucked on not making a fuss.
Came into the room next evening and bed was damp, things had been moved which was odd we asked not to be cleaned. Floor was soaked! Walked from the bed to the bathroom and socks were soaked through. Got a new room and was told they steam cleaned ours but not the empty one across the hall. Talked to a bunch of people who were standing in the halls and they had the same issue. Stuff moved, not where left and floor was soaked even with the don't disturb sign up. At this point I decide to get a manager's number and he was there.
Told me they steam cleaned, told him we had our sign up and stuff was moved. Told me they can legally enter so it's fine. Told him everyone was mad and he said told me they weren't (told other guests after and they were PISSED). After a few more things I asked him if he had anything to say and he told me "lots, but nothing I can say" in a disrespectful attitude. (wtf customer service is this). Asked him was that meant and he told me I could leave free of charge, so we collected our stuff and left.
On the way out the wife noticed black fuzz in the corners of both walls. Didn't get too close but here is a photo as well.
So if you managed to read all of this, you will see you are better off going and finding an overpass to sleep under. At least you know what you will get and homeless people tend to respect your personal items. less