Mercure Orleans Centre
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Orleans Centre
The condition was satisfactory, we stayed at better on our drive through Europe, for the price. The bedroom was clean as far as we could see. The inside of the refrigerator had marks on the surface left from canned beverages, hair was on the bathroom floor, a light was burned out in the bathroom, and the shower head in the shower was not working (there were two shower heads in the shower). There was also, dead bugs in the window sill.
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