Tucson >Lodging > Econo Lodge
Never Again – 04/01/2008 - This hotel was not fit to occupy. We tried to leave when we saw the condition of the room but were told we reserved the room, we pay for the room. (There is an expectation that the room is acceptable.) We canceled the second night upon arrival and were informed that they would do us a favor and let the second night charge slide. The towels in the bathroom looked as if they had been used by the last guest and never cleaned. There was hair in the bed and one pillow case was soiled. The cushion of at least one chair was so dirty we hated to have to use it. I requested a clock from the desk clerk, but never received it. The condition of the bath tub was simply deplorable. It appeared that someone tried to refinish the bathtub using a paint-on material. Unfortunately it didn't work as it was pealing away all around the drain. (This was disturbing as I wondered what type of bacteria could be growing under the peeling.) The shower head was rusted as was the overflow drain cover. We found on the floor two pieces sausage for some prior guests' pizza, a pony tail holder, a box of cigarettes, and a bottle cap. It took two of us to lock the window. A locked window is needed for protection against the sleazy neighborhood.
Editorial Review – Nationwide hotel chain is family- and business-friendly. Amenities include communication facilities, large conference rooms, Jacuzzi suites and outdoor pools.
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