Oct 23 - Oct 24
Aircon was not working. I called for assistance and they came and said they fixed it. However, the room didn’t get colder. We have to resort to using the electric fan. It was disappointing and not worth the money.
Oct 16 - Oct 17
This review for the standard room: room was clean enough but uninspiring, not dark and gloomy but not light and happy either. Bed was clean, but foam mattress was the kind that sinks in where you need the support, and only the mattress sheet provided with a thin blanket, no top sheet. There was window ...
Oct 30 - Oct 31
Normal wear and tear in the bathroom, cabinet under the sink was broken, was charge for chopsticks coming from states thats free. Other than that it was a good stay
Oct 20 - Oct 21
My wife and i got bug bites from bedbugs. Towels have seen better days. Breakfast is too expensive. Parking lot is poorly spaced.
Oct 17 - Oct 18
The room that we was assigned to me was directly on top of the kitchen and there was an ongoing construction so I was unable to open the window for proper ventillation.
Oct 17 - Oct 18
Poor customer service, terrible experience. A dying Filipino mother and still no heart to be found in this hotel.
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