BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Universel Drummondville
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Universel Drummondville
This hotel was OK. It was pretty beat up, you could easily tell it hadn't been remodeled in a long time. I was upgraded to a suite and it was in a very weird configuration, two rooms separated by a long narrow hallway. The lighting and TV in the sitting room didn't work well, or at least I couldn't figure out which switches controlled which lights. I ended up just staying in the bedroom and watching TV there which defeated the point of having a suite. The hotel itself, especially the common areas like the lobby, hallways and vending areas were dark and dingy. The parking lot was rough, and there was no breakfast included. The buffet breakfast was $13.95! Outrageous. The only person on staff that was nice to me was the waitress at the buffet in the morning, the rest of the staff, including the desk staff, made it clear that they weren't too interested in dealing with me. Either because I am an American or because I don't speak French. Whatever. I will not stay here again, and based on my experience at a local restaurant for dinner
(Normandin), I won't be coming back to Quebec anytime soon. I'm a nice, polite guy with money to spend and I've never felt more unwelcome than my time at this hotel and the nearby restaurant.
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