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Rating: 2.00

Address: 490 N Lake St, Reno, NV, 89501

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    Comments (2):

    1. Michael H.
    Steer clear of this place of all cost. The rooms are smelly and broken down. Nothing hardly works. And the old man that works behind the desk knows nothing about customer service. I'm here for a week on business and when I told them I microwave does not work they excuse me of breaking it. It's definitely not worth any amount of money to stay here

    07/09/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Dee B.
    Summary: This place is the basic, run down, family owned motel.  With excellent water pressure.  No pool.

    We left Burning Man a day early and decided to crash in Reno for the night.  Due to some awesome traffic we didn't get in Reno until 3am.  Finding a hotel was impossible.  All the big hotels were sold out and the little ones didn't answer their phones.  We finally saw a "vacancy" sign a block off the main drag and decided to check it out.

    We woke the poor clerk up (see: family owned, the office appears to be part of their living room) and asked her the price.  She told us $100 but dropped to $75 after seeing the horrified look on my partners face.  (We are used to paying $40 in Reno.)  I told the woman we'd give her $50 for the room or we'd drive straight through.  She took it.  I think we won as we later talked to other Burners who paid $120 for a room Sunday night.  So, good deal, but bargaining was required.  (Who knew you could haggle for a hotel room?)

    The room was clean, but spartan.  No phone, no alarm clock, nothing high end. The bathtub was a terrible green with cigarette stains all over it.  However, it was clean, it worked, it had the ability to have scaldingly hot water, and the water pressure was phenomenal.

    For $50 I'd stay there again.  It is not high class, it is run down, there are no hotel-like services, but it was a fine place to sleep and shower.  For the same price I'd want to stay in one of the casinos but this place was a life saver at 3am.

    03/09/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0