Red Carpet Inn
3440 Laurel Fort Meade Rd, Laurel, MD 20724
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Yes, it may look and feel delapidated, but it works to keep oneself out of the car and to provide basic amenities. I've been staying there off and on for about 7 months, and I've rarely had any complaints.
Story came out in early September that this is the "crash pad" of choice for various homeless types and others for a few days after receiving disability checks or otherwise. I've come to know some of them and many are of questionable morality. Mostly alcoholics.
11/15/2011Provided by Citysearch -
It is true that the people who run the place are friendly, and they probably think that compared to a hotel in a third world country, this is a nice place to stay.
The outside doors are left open to keep the smell of the mold down in the hallway. The Fire Department came by TWICE on the first evening I was there.
The air ducts are encrusted in Dirt and Mold, and the back of the peeling wallpaper is covered in Mold as well.
If you stay here, make sure you bring some Q-tips with you to fish the bugs out of your ears in the morning...
I am not joking when I write that this place can be Hazardous to your Health!
10/12/2011Provided by Citysearch -
The people who run the place are reserved and polite; however, the floor ""gives"" as you walk down the corridor. There is an odor of mold, which grows stronger towards the end of the hallway, and they always seem to be working on the pipes, plumbing, etc. The hot water in my room is on the Wrong side, which can make for scalding accidents, until you get used to it. the doors are missing the little ""peep hole"" glass, which means anyone can go by and look into your room. The last time I went, (STG) there was a Roach on my pillow, when I rolled down the cigarret burned covers. The people across the hall NEVER went to bed the Whole Night, with about 40-50 visitors. (Drug Dealers?) They did put and new bed and lamp in my room, and they are very pleasnt people to deal with.