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TravelPod Member ReviewsRodeway Inn Downtown San Antonio
I was very disappointed in this hotel. I immediately discovered the rooms have no tables so there was nowhere to set up my computer. The bathroom was supplied with only one bar of soap for both the sink and the shower. The breakfast was really pathetic and consisted entirely of prepackaged snacks. The Internet connection is too slow t do things such as playing a YouTube video. The rooms are very noisy. Expedia said newspapers were available but they were not.
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