4 April 2022
Dark and Depressing
Wow, I almost don't know where to begin. This was the most depressing, dark, sparse apartment I've stayed in via hotels.com. While it was clean, there were only two dim lights in the main living room and kitchen and the window faced another building, so it was super dark. There wasn't a TV in the bedroom, which I missed if only to listen to the news in the morning while I'm getting ready. While it has a full kitchen, the pots and pans all had plastic handles and there was no way to use the oven to bake anything, which was super frustrating after a trip to the grocery store. I had to stay here for almost a week for work and was so excited to check into the Embassy Suites nearby for my final night. Thank goodness this unit wasn't available. The walls were so thin, I couldn't just hear the neighbors, I understood their conversation. And when their alarm went off every morning, it took me a second to remember that it wasn't the fire alarm going off. Seriously, it was that loud. And it's the little things too--like not providing lids or sleeves for the to-go coffee cups. My coffee is cold by the time I get to my car in the parking garage, if it hasn't sloshed all over me by then. The photos for the listing show a bright space--this must've been highly edited at the very least. What you can't tell, is that there is hardly any lighting when it gets dark. Just trust me, the rates at the nearby Marriott and Embassy Suites are worth it.
Miriam, 4-night business trip
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