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Scottish Inn in Jacksonville, FL

Scottish Inn in Jacksonville, FL

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Rating: 2.33

Address: 2300 Phillips Hwy, Jacksonville, FL, 32207

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    Comments (3):

    1. Ben K.
    Spent one night here whole I drove from VA to Orlando. It's a decent place if you just need to rest for a few hours while you are on a road trip. The tv did not work but I just needed a clean bed to sleep for a few hours and I got that.

    12/12/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    2. Tony L.
    Considering how run down, antiquated and dilapidated the hotel is, I figured they'd have amazing customer service to make up for the areas they lack in, boy was I wrong. I do understand it was an event weekend and all hotels were overbooked, but it's imperative to be nice to customers, so that they'll come back when it's not so busy. The man at the front desk was unbelievably rude and sarcastic.... I asked if he was sold out his response was 'obviously' I asked what event was going on in town 'I stopped keeping up years ago' and the final jab was when I asked if it was bike week his snarky response was 'Smart! nothing misses you huh'.. Well your  1/2 star hotel will be missing me henceforth. Please note under normal circumstances I would never stay Ina dump like this but like I stated earlier all hotels were booked... I'd stay away if I were you.

    15/03/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    3. Israel C.
    It was a late Thursday night. On the way to Jacksonville, I read a couple of reviews and I started becoming hesitant of my stay in Scottish Inn. Upon arrival, I went to the front lobby, checked in, took my keys, and drove up to my room. Here was the big moment: I was about to put the key in the slit and enter the room. The door finally opened and I walked in. Within seconds, I saw a roach, but not your typical pest: there was part of a blunt sitting on the bed. I went to the bathroom to find an old shower that couldn't keep the temperature of water consistent, missing tiles on the walls, the toilet took longer to flush than I took to empty my bowels, and I had to use my tweezers to pick up the drain plug. Then, I went off to check the bed. The beds were a little older than normal and there was in fact blood stains on the mattress. There was no ceiling light -- just a bunch of lamps with a button to turn the light on and off. There was no shampoo, the HBO didn't work, and I only saw one prostitute during my entire weekend. The bathroom in the pool was worse than the bathroom in my bedroom. The outlets in the rooms were very loose. Probably looser than that one prostitute I saw. I had a bit of trouble finding parking in the back, but at the end of the day, I looked at the mirror with the light on, and it completely revolutionized the stay. As my homies from back home would say, "But, that light tho!" I felt as if I was a celebrity. The lighting was so perfect, I took a selfie that may have changed the selfie game for the entire world. In all seriousness, this is a 1.5-2 star hotel, but that light easily adds another star.

    02/11/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0