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Dirty rooms. Broken security lock on door. Nothing good to say here. After a 4 hr drive from NJ myself and two others checked into our hotel room around 12am and began to settle in. From that point on, we were awoken by the slamming door of the room next store every 30 minutes or so. We can only imagine this was due to 'frequent guests' visiting the room next occupied by prostitutes. We hoped that this was only and issue for the first night of our stay and remained hopeful that the second night would be better.
However the same happened the next night, and it was worse. We had an African American man knock on our door at 3am. We told him to leave and then heard someone next door escort him into their room. This was the worst hotel experience EVER! My family was picking a family friend up at the Baltimore airport and we went down and took my 11 year old son to Washington DC and we were supposed to spend the night at this hotel.
I should have just turned around when our room key was given to us in a piece of paper that was taped to look like an envelope! The 1st room they put us in was terrible! It smelled and the ceiling was falling down in the bathroom. I went to the front desk and complained and we were put in another room. This room had blood on the walls by the one bed and the wall looked like someone's head was put through it.
I then just made another reservation at another hotel. Which was dirty as well but the rooms were in better shape. My wife booked online through hotels. The Redsox were playing Orioles that weekend and everything was booked up. However, even the Bostonians stayed away from this place. It looked like the motel from the Psycho and Halloween movies.
Loaded with transients, the city must put the homeless up there. Anyhow, I am not against that, but when I take my grandkids to visit someplace for the weekend, I don't want to deal with that. The room smelled, was small and cramped.