Arizona Charlie's Decatur
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArizona Charlie's Decatur Las Vegas
So, we found this gem from Hotwire.com. We named our own price and got this hotel for 40 bucks a night. Well, my friends, that was 40 bucks too much. It was WAY off the strip and in the ghetto!!! The hotel itself had zero ventilation, making the already smokey hotel seem smokier. The front desk staff were super nice and helpful but even their friendly attitudes couldnt mask the dirty, old room. The sheets had stains, and the walls were so thin, we could here our neighbors conversations. My husband and I only stayed for an hour and decided to check out because there was no way we could sleep on those sheets. Hotwire, you have failed us!!!
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