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Opinión escrita el 28 de Julio de 2021
ROACHES in room! Window duck taped because broken! Very bad area! Oh and did I mention the ROACHES! Random people walking parking lot 2am. Very run down. Sunny the owner or boss whoever he is dis not care when I called him about roaches. Do not stay here!!
Do not stay here
Opinión escrita el 7 de Abril de 2019
Building very run down. Room very dated. Chair had rips in it. Old bedspread. Fridge was very rusty on the outside. Walls full of paint chips. Bed only had one thin fitted sheet so everyone must sleep directly on the mattress. Very disgusting. DO NOT stay here. Very old TV.
What a pathetic business
Opinión escrita el 30 de Marzo de 2019
This place is a pure joke! You cant have visitors longer than even a few minutes without being harrassed.The owner is disrespectful and a complete ignorant human! I wouldn't stay for free more less for their prices! I wouldn't let my cat stay their!
⚠️ If you can sleep in your car then choose that! FILTHY!
Opinión escrita el 22 de Octubre de 2018
Here for Hurricane relief, this was the only place with a vacancy. NOW WE KNOW WHY!! 1st bed had only dirty fitted sheet with holes, 2nd bed had both sheets with a long black hair! Shower had short black hairs! I do not believe sheets were changed. We slept fully clothed with our boots on. We left everything in the car parked where hopefully no one would break in. We did not want bedbugs so we just brought in basics and hung those from the hangars and let NOTHING TOUCH. There were people outside in various amounts of distress from drugs. I would have slept in the car, but there were cars blaring music driving through at night and outside did not seem safe. I booked this because one of the workers said they had a vacancy so we said to grab a room. I NEVER book w/o checking TripAdvisor- I was working and could not check!! We would have slept in hammocks at the site had we looked, but it was too far to drive back. I will NEVER MAKE THIS MISTAKE AGAIN!!
Worst Run Down Dump I Have Ever Stayed in
Opinión escrita el 14 de Octubre de 2017
Due to a mandatory evacuation of my neighborhood in anticipation of Hurricane Irma, I traveled to Dothan, AL hoping it would be a safe place to stay. I booked my room online through a booking website after finding there were no other rooms available in Dothan or anywhere else. I checked in on Sept. 7, 2017 and checked out on Sept. 13, 2017 for a charge that was approximately $35/night higher than the normal rate. I thought this charge extremely high due to the condition of the premises. I asked the lady in the office if this was the regular room rate and she stated that it was. The Red Carpet Inn is a dirty, run-down dump that should be closed down. One look at my room told me it should be a $45/room, and I was right. Several days after checking out, I looked at the booking websites again and the rooms were listed at their normal rate, a substantial decrease in price.
I pulled back the bedspread and found thin dingy wrinkled yellow/grey sheets with holes in them, along with a long black hair and black lint. They did not look like they had been changed and one pillow had definitely been slept on. I gave it back to the lady in housekeeping and demanded the sheets be changed so she grudgingly changed them. The two upholstered chairs were filthy, with the fabric torn away from one chair leg. I never sat in them for the entire week, using my bed for lounging/sitting. I never used the bedspread for fear it was filthy also, but couldn't determine as it was a dark color so it stayed on one of the chairs.
I killed several small bugs and one roach; one got away. The bulb in the bedside lamp was burned out so I went to the office for a replacement. The lady handed me a 30W bulb, so I asked for a brighter one. I found a large chunk of blue gum stuck to the edge of the night stand so removed it so I wouldn't have to look at it.
The electrical outlet next to the bathroom vanity did not work so I had to use my extension cord in the sleeping area to use my hair dryer and curling iron. I had to get down in my hands and knees and crawl beneath a large heavy table to reach the outlet. The vanity mirror had a large crack in it. The TV was an old Phillips tube model. The carpet was worn and filthy and had not been vacuumed when I arrived as there were various pieces of "things" scattered around, so I requested that someone vacuum. When the lady finally came, she quickly discovered the vanity outlet did not work so had to use the one I was using. Maybe that is why no one ever vacuumed the carpet. The bathtub was totally worn out and looked downright nasty.
The smallest piece of soap I have ever seen was supplied in the bathroom, so small it was impossible to use. There were no tissues and of course, the hair dryer didn't work due to the malfunctioning outlet. The laundry room had two washers and two dryers, one of which didn't work. The floor was absolutely filthy.
One day my toilet became stopped up so I went to the office and asked for a plunger since housekeeping seemed almost nonexistent. I thought I solved the problem, but when I flushed the toilet, it flooded the bathroom floor while I tried to turn off the water. A young lady from the office arrived with towels and watched while I cleaned up the floor myself. The toilet still didn't work properly, so I had to use the one in the office until the maintenance man arrived later in the day.
This place was a former Knight's Inn and seems to be one of those motels taken over by others who never invest any money to improve the premises. The only positive comment is that the bed was comfortable and the A/C was quiet.
Walking around the parking lot several times for exercise, I noted that all the cars bore Florida license plates. I talked to other guests who indicated they fled from the hurricane also. This place was filled to capacity and made a lot of money for the week everyone stayed there with their inflated rates.
I have filed a complaint with the State Attorney General's office for price gouging and would advise anyone else who stayed here during the hurricane to do the same because the price for the week was approximately $300 higher than it should have been.