We stayed in room 225 on July 20th. In the morning I woke up to use the bathroom and there was a dead bed bug stuck to me then I saw that there was a bed bug in the shower. As we were getting our things together to leave we saw a HUGE bed bug running across the bed. We told the front desk and she said sorry. We asked to speak to the manager and there was no one on site until Monday. We asked to speak to owner on the phone. He said " Oh, I thought we took care of that problem". Obviously they did
not. We were told they couldn't return our money because we didn't book through them.
Two of us checked in just after midnight June 23, 2012. Room 225, looked okay, no sign of bugs at first, but after we turned out the lights at 3:00am then turned them back on again, TWO adult bedbugs seen on the bed within seconds -- indicating probably many more.
We checked out right away, leaving a sample bedbug with the front desk clerk, and 2 weeks later I still have not received a refund for the room.
Anonymous on 11/19/2011
Bed bugs in room 122. We checked in and checked for bed bugs. Found bed bug molting shells and traces of bed bug excrement and stains on the box spring on right bottom corner.
Ed on 11/15/2010
Stayed jn room 225 on Oct12th 2010 and 13th 2010. During the day on Oct 13th I noticed red lumps and itching on my arms and the back of my neck, I dismissed it as a possible reaction to food. On the morning of the 14th I had lots more red lumps and was very itchy and noticed red splotches on the sheet, then I spotted one crossing the bed on the sheet and when I killed it the blood stained the sheet, and with all the publicity I knew it was bed bugs, so I promptly muved out then found another com
plaint about this hotel....not a good experience....
Found 4 bedbugs in our room at 2AM, when wife got up to go to bathroom. One bug was on each of us feasting and red. Two more were found on the bed, engorged and red, having already dined on us. This happened on 16Jul2010 at 2AM. At first we thought they were ticks, and provided evidence of two of the killed bedbugs (we kept the other two dead bodies for ourselves as evidence) to the third-shift attendant to forward to the hotel manager. The hotel manager later called us back and stated they were
not ticks, but bedbugs, likely brought in by other travelers. He stated that bedbugs are becoming more common as more people travel around the world. He gave us a full refund of our one-night stay there.