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Rating: 1.00

Address: 280 W 4th St, Reno, NV, 89501

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    1. Catherine L.
    My guess is that they're trying to crawl out from under their horrible legacy of criminal occupancy (and criminal management), but someone really needs to show this place how to be a motel and not a homeless hovel with a rental payment (and a fairly high one at that).  Once a room is rented, there is no housekeeping provided; after wearing white socks for almost five whole minutes my first night on the dingy carpet, they turned pitch black (not "a bit dirty", not "kinda gray", but PITCH friggin' black) with God only knows what and from how many years ago.  So, filthy is an understatement.  

    The TV was free, but the signal was fragmented or outright unavailable hundreds of times in a given hour, yielding a nearly impossible viewing experience.  The boasted and much advertised "Free Wi-Fi" service would crap-out every few days, which incidents resulted in such implausible explanations from the management that it was hard to listen all the way through the explanation to the sure to be unmet promises of repair without bursting out laughing.  Electrically, most of the outlets and switches in our room worked properly, and the ones that did not provided enough sparks to light the way to the next outlet even in the dark.

    Fortunately, they do have a prime downtown location with plenty of action - comprised primarily of police sirens, ambulances, and drunkards who recognize each other from across the street or parking lot and proceed to engage in a heated discussion from the exact places they were when they first recognized each other so that their distances from one another would justify the volume of the conversation.  Though I did not always directly see those engaged in these conversations from my vantage point (my bed at 3:30 in the morning), I do know that the streets for that particular night were made especially difficult to navigate by the hundreds of yards of yellow police tape used to cordon off the motel lot just north of the Lido in honor of the previous night's double stabbing.

    Reno's 4th Street corridor is fraught with challenges for the many businesses that have chosen to reside there.  Some challenges here may be best met by hiring private security, some others best met by hiring better management, and some, like the Lido, are best met by hiring an arsonist.  Happy vacationing.

    10/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0