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Company Info: Rating: 1.60
Address: 7640 Cedar Ave S, Minneapolis, MN, 55423 Hotels in Minneapolis, MN
1. Marco C.
By far the worst place I have ever had the displeasure of staying. Funny thing is thefront desk staff is great with the exception of this over weight woman they have working there that is so over weight are can barely get up and needs a walker to get around and doesn't like getting up to help you at all. But the management and the house keepers are by far the worst. The rooms are barely cleaned and the management very rude. Called to complain about how they treated a friend of mines that came to visit from out of town and her card was declined after the first night and I was on my way to take her to the atm, she was waiting in the looby when this very heavy set man got tired of her siting in the looby and told her to leave, was very rude and called the police and trespassed her even though they knew I was in route. Spoke with management and got no where at all, like talking to a child, Don is the general manager at this location and to him his staff do not do anything wrong, sad that their corporate office offered very little help, but the better business bureau seemed very interested in helping me which is why I want to make sure no one ever goes to this place and expects to be important, your money is the only thing they care about, so sad.
01/04/11 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
2. Michael N.
I would have to say this is a place that is cheap and the employees at the front desk are helpful. If I could leave this review at that then we would be at 5 stars, but of course I can not leave it at that. The rooms are OK, they are somewhat clean, the smell like something was dead in the room, but they tried to cover it up with a spray. I am sure the beds are clean, as I did not have an issue there and the restrooms are very clean, it the room I was in was recently remodeled either way I will have to say for the price of the room it was overall a good quality. If I was to end this review right now we are thinking about a 3 1/2 stars right now, but of course this is not the final part of the review. Now the area this motel is located is not the best area, it looks like the gangs and dealers are just down the street, the best thing I can stay I did not have to worry about my car or what would happen if I parked it outside, but beware it is to the best area, so do not leave anything in your car. Now I am thinking I am done with this review, so over all I will for the price of the room and if you are needing a place to put your head down and sleep then you might have found the best place for your money. Nothing special, but no bad either.
28/11/12 | Link
| Rating: 3.0
3. Vincent W.
Very loud rooms and thin walls. Alot of suspicious characters in and outside. Dark, dingy and smokers everywhere. Door do not lock all the way. You can hear the upstairs neighbors very loudly and WIFI/cell reception are a joke, do not work well in this building.
04/07/14 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
4. Maria G.
BED BUGS BED BUGS!!This place was disgusting. My daughter got sick while visiting family so we decided to get a close hotel to bit get everyone sick.. After settling in we saw small bugs crawling in the bed. Then the walls and even desk..Why hotels.com even represents them is ludacris!! After calling them and sending pictures of the bugs it took 2 hours to find us another hotel and I had to take my sick daughter out in the rain.
05/09/14 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
5. Brian S.
You get what you pay for with urban hotels; it's much more difficult to find a steal for $50 in a major city than in, say, rural Missouri.
I paid $53 after taxes for a good night's sleep, and I ended up getting one only after hurdling a couple of obstacles.
Another reviewer mentioned this place's proximity to highways and the resulting noise. I, too, had an issue with noise, but it came from within the hotel. Deep-voiced men roamed the halls as late as 1 a.m., loudly talking to one another, laughing and answering their ringing cellphones. It was so loud that at one point, I could have sworn the man was standing next to my bed. I got the impression that this place has a number of semi-permanent residents, as evidenced by the loud talkers and others carrying in a large number of grocery items that don't need to be cooked.
The heating/AC units run intermittently and are very loud -- which is good when you need some white noise to drown out the hallway chatter.
The rooms have as many frills as an East German interrogation room, save for their color TVs. But those TVs are 19-inch non-flat-screens, and they're placed at the corner of the room so they're not easily visible from one's bed (the only furniture in the room outside of a chair that faces a small table, facing the wall). The white walls and lack of any wall art or even an alarm clock lent themselves to the overall sense of desolation.
When using the bathroom, be sure to grab the toilet paper off its holder before sitting down. Otherwise, you'll discover after finishing that it's too far to reach from the toilet, an odd design flaw in an otherwise-OK bathroom.
Another tip: The hotel offers regular Wi-Fi for $2.99 a day and higher-speed Wi-Fi for $4.99. Don't bother with the "regular," as it doesn't work. At all. The higher-quality Wi-Fi at least works, but it's below the caliber of what you'd expect to get for free at other hotels.
Why do I rate this place two stars? The price. I slept soundly on a reasonably comfortable bed, so I accomplished my mission here.
07/11/14 | Link
| Rating: 2.0