Where do I begin? I had low standards for a low-budget hotel, but this stay was unbelievable. We requested a non-smoking room, checked in, and were immediately slapped across the face with the overwhelming smell of smoke. They have a non-smoking policy for specific rooms, but they only threaten to charge residents if they smoke. It was clear they do not uphold that policy. It doesn’t help that the employees likely “clean” the rooms while smoking as well. We asked to switch rooms because I refused to second-hand smoke for two nights, and after being in the room for ten minutes, everything we packed already reeked. We were fortunately moved to a King bedroom with less of a smoke smell. We traded the smoking room for the room next to the employee party lounge. No parking spots in proximity to our room because the employees parked right outside their hangout laundry room. We dealt with the constant blasting of profane music, as well as people yelling across the hotel at each other. We refused to use any of the pillows, as they were all stained in their own unique way. We checked the bed for bugs but did not feel comfortable sleeping in the sheets. We put the burn-stained comforter on the floor and slept on top of the bed, using our own sheets/towels we were lucky to have packed. The towels in the bathroom were stained and ripped, and again, we were fortunate to have brought our own. Tiny gnats or flies flew out of the sink upon my turning it on. Just about everything in this room was disgusting, and even more of a concern during COVID-19. We were in no way expecting a luxury stay, but I heavily considered wearing a mask at all times in the room. Speaking of masks, no one wore them. It seems they have recurring visitors, who sat outside their rooms smoking and yelling at each other. The front desk didn’t bother wearing a mask and looked visibly annoyed when I politely asked if they had silverware one morning. The front desk lady looked me up and down and just said “no.” A little rude, but this interaction pales in comparison to the rest of our stay. I wore shower shoes at all times because I refused to touch the carpet. Everywhere we looked I felt more and more uneasy, but finding another hotel was not an option. We sanitized every surface and started to clean random walls and doors just to feel slightly less disgusted. I don’t understand how with the amount of horrible reviews, that this place hasn’t been shut down by the health department. I can deal with no breakfast (even though they haven’t updated their website in light of COVID) and no pool (I would have to be heavily drunk if I were to step foot in a pool that was “maintained” by them) but the blatant disregard for simple cleaning procedures was upsetting. In this day and age, WiFi access is extremely important, as well as safe outlets. I would honestly have enjoyed being shocked by the outlet hanging out of the wall if it meant i could be distracted from the pain this horrible room was giving me. Wasn’t able to connect to the WiFi once at my stay, which made me days behind in work. Rather sleep in my car and piss in my travel mug than stay here again.