Anonymous on 12/17/2014
Over 1/3 of residents in the Verona Hotel have bedbugs. The landlord, Mary Elizabeth Inn does not have the common areas treated and now there is an infestation. Management does NOT care. This has been reported to the Health Department but they do not require much from landlords and so we suffer.
Anonymous on 11/06/2010
I am highly allergic to the bites. They will eventually blister. I have 1 on my leg right the size of a small racket ball! I have been to 2 hospitals, I have contacted management numerous times!
I did some research on laws regarding treatments, and when I questioned our current PCO (Dewey Pest Control), he told me, "I don't get paid enough to look for bugs!"
I reported it to the property manager, and she just made an excuse.
I ran out of money laundering my clothes, so I stored the
m on my fire escape being careful not to block the exits (my property manager helped me stack the bags).
After withholding rent the previous month for out of pocket expenses, the property manager retaliated against me and threw out all of my belongings!
After I contacted an attorney, she admitted that she actually stored the items to teach me a lesson!!!!!
Im really considering a civil suit. My scars are permanent! :-(
Anonymous on 10/12/2010
This is an all woman hotel. When you say his arm obviously you have the wrong hotel.
maciej on 11/19/2006
A friend has linear bites along his arms consistent with bedbug bites, and the hotel has had previous reports of bedbugs.