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Bakersfield Inn and Suites in Bakersfield, CA

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Rating: 1.75

Address: 2514 White Ln, Bakersfield, CA, 93304

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    Comments (4):

    1. Randy S.
    Room filthy. OLD OLD tv that you could read. WIFI would not work and no one spoke English to help me. Oh, did I mention filthy?

    14/05/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Yvette V.
    Disgusting rooms! Came to Bakersfield for a family funeral and found this hotel at a reasonable price on a short notice, but had to check out within 15 minutes!!

    We were told to turn on the AC and go for a walk to allow the room to cool. The heat in the room was unbearable. It was cooler outside than inside. Came back to find the room even hotter and with a nasty smell. The room was dirty and never cooled. My sister laid on the bed and got a nasty rash! We all came out with bug bites, and that with just being there for about 10 minutes.

    The workers were extremely rude and began yelling in Indian amongst each other when we asked for a refund. We kept telling them that we couldn't sleep under the room conditions and finally they agreed, but still followed us insulting us until we left.

    If it wasn't bad enough that we drove 2 hrs to burry our baby niece, we had to go through this just to get try and good night sleep!!  I will never recommend this hotel to anyone! Worse experience ever!!

    19/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    3. Erika D.
    Nope. Run away! Dirty room, no AC, no coffee pot, no wifi except in the lobby, sketchy neighborhood, crackheads run free. Prostitutes come out at night. Bad stuff. Rude owner, weird old guy running the desk, and odd old lady. It's what I would expect to see in a slum in Mumbai, bad curry smell and all.

    We had a few colleagues check into the hotel, they have only a few rooms that are renovated, the rest are absolute crap. Any sort of decent review must be because they got the few decent rooms, all the others are not.

    Cockroaches in one room, possibly bed bugs in the other (bite marks that look like it). Look, I know I'm not going to get the Taj Mahal with $35, but I do expect a clean, safe room. One guy left at 11:30 PM because for cockroaches crawled out of the drain in the bathroom.

    All the websites say that there is only one room left, 3/4 of the rooms were empty when we were there. Don't believe it.

    Whatever you do, do not pay for more than one night at a time, the owners will not give you a refund if there is an issue (I had to be verbally abused by the owner to get any sort of refund).

    The $35 price tag is enticing, but just move on and pay a little bit more. Your health and safety are worth a few bucks, aren't they?

    The good? Good water pressure. That's the only good.

    24/09/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    4. Tawnya M.
    Iv paid a lot more for a lot worse. At first I was skeptical about it because of the awful reviews, but when I walked in the room I was suprised. Clean and huge! I would definitely come here again, for $35/night you can't beat it!

    22/09/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0