This hotel though very cheap in price, could offer more. With a television in each room that is very outdated, only offers 22 channels. You have to pay a ten dollar fee just to hook up to the internet, in order to eat you have to pay an eleven dollar price for a small buffet which offers nothing special. They had people in the hotel lobby drinking out of a case of beer. Seems like they try to nickel and dime you to death. Oh and today after I looked at my credit card balance I found out that they charged my card twice. So now I get the pleasure of dealing with that today.
- General Info:
- From I-465, exit at U.S. 31 North/Meridian Street, and proceed north 1.5 miles to 116th Street. Turn right on 116th Street and proceed to first traffic light (Pennsylvania Avenue). Turn right on Pennsylvania Avenue, and travel approximately 1/4 mile to hotel entrance on the right. In close proximity, you'll find shopping, dining, entertainment, museums and recreational facilities
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (317) 844-7994
- Payment method:
- mastercard, check, debit, diners club, amex, discover, visa
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Posted: 6/6/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I have traveled extensively over the years, and this is very disappointing. I was told the incorrect place to park when I could have more easily gotten to my room from the lobby; there was trash still in the trash can; there were pretzels and other trash in the bedroom by the window curtains (I asked the front desk the next morning specifically where to clean but when I returned to the room it was still there -- as was hair on the bathroom floor). I was told the ice machine on my floor was broken, so I would have to use the one on the floor below. It is clear on the opposite side of the hotel: not a short walk. There is a hole in the tub wall by the spigot -- which leaks constantly; the toilet paper dispenser is not mounted properly and the hole is too large (it seems like it will fall out when you 'pull' to tear). The tile grout is mildewed; the tv's are too small and the rooms' furniture -- while nice -- is too large and cramps the area. Oh, and the fridge is barely cool. Add to that $10/day for hi-speed internet access in the room? Ugh... glad the company is paying for this! A warm cookie can't fix all the mess.