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Company Info:

Rating: 1.33

Address: 1716 W Layton Ave, Milwaukee, WI, 53221

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    Comments (6):

    1. Rabble Rabbler H.
    The condition of this over-priced hotel indicates it's likely a front for some poorly operated criminal activity. It smells like a cross between a bar (when smoking indoors was legal) and a nursing home. The rooms have no coffee makers, alarm clocks, irons or ironing boards. I've seen cleaner bathrooms in gas stations and the aforementioned bars. There was an old cigarette butt on the floor of our room when we arrived. The televisions are not high-def, which made a simple World Cup game into an excercise in guess work. In the lobby, I heard employees discussing that they had not been paid.

    That said, they had a cheap shuttle to Summerfest that saved us about $40 and the tap water was surprisingly potable. Nonetheless, it was vaguely horror-movie-ish made Days Inn look fancy. Stay at your own risk.

    01/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Randy K.
    Very poor place to stay! The black guy is obviously in charge of girls of the evening if you get my drift. He parks outside after midnight with girls, then leaves with them and comes back alone. Then he leaves and comes back with the girls and leaves again. Weird. Very noisy. Fighting going on in rooms. Obviously a front for criminal activity. Has an odor of marihuana and other smells. Do not stay here!

    12/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    3. P. S.
    Wouldn't say this to be the worst establishment I've ever ventured however it is not on my list for most attractive or comfortable.
    The hotel possessed a heinous smell, humid rooms, also the AC barely chilled the room..on lowest temperature. Swimming pool was totally empty!!! Wouldn't be surprised if they uncovered a prostitution ring.

    Hotel would be best priced at 19.99 per evening.

    More so- the room Served it's purpose.

    14/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    4. Mallory J.
    Stayed here for Summerfest last year. This was no doubt the worst Inn that I've ever been to. Lots of yelling, partying, and weird noises from surrounding rooms. Room was not ready by check in time, but that wasn't that big of a deal. Once we finally checked in and got to the room, it reeked of smoke and another funky odor. The smoke alarm was detached and hanging FROM THE CEILING. How welcoming that was. The bedding was dirty as well.
    We all decided to take a quick nap before heading off to the festival (the beds were a bit uncomfortable). While napping, we were woken up by someone knocking on the door very loudly and trying to open it without waiting for us to get it. This was beyond terrifying. When my brother looked to see who it was through the keyhole, no one was there. Creeped me out for the rest of our night there.
    Overall, sketchy place. Smelly, overpriced, and dirty. Stay at your own risk.

    15/01/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    5. Jay S.
    I needed to stay in a hotel a few nights ago, and this one was one of the least expensive on Priceline. Considering that I have been an Elite in Yelp for near 8 years, one might think that I would have been smart enough to check the Yelp reviews before I booked the room. Apparently, I was nor that smart.

    My visit started out with being greeted by a grungy looking fellow with black painted fingernails. O say fellow not because I am certain that it was a man, but because he(?) had what appeared to be a couple of days of facial hair growth. It may have been a lady, but I sincerely doubt it.

    I walked back through the maze of hallways and found my room. There was not enough signage to point me in the right direction, and the person at the front desk did little more than point at the hallway entrance to the maze.I did at long last find it though.

    The room was clean indeed, but the wall heater in the room was set to high. It wouldn't have been a big deal, but there didn't seem to be a way to turn it down and turning it off made the room a bit cold.

    So all in all it was not a great stay, and to top it all off, there was no continental brealkast the next morning.

    15/02/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    6. Will L.
    It was cheap and nothing happened to us. Beds were fine-kinda uncomfortable but not too bad. The door to the outside locked with this weird metal bar, but at least it locked. All in all, my two friends and I were able to sleep for a night in a room here with no long-term consequences. It seems to have been worth it.

    15/06/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0