Suburban Extended Stay Hotel of Biloxi - D'Iberville
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuburban Extended Stay Hotel of Biloxi - D'Iberville D Iberville
Let me start by saying that the hotel was a very good deal at around 50 dollars for the night. Our room included a small kitchenette and dining area. The kitchen was complete with pots and pans, dish towels, dish soap, a cooktop, and a fridge as well as cabinet space. The bathroom was clean as was the rest of the room. We felt safe on the premises and used the workout room. Now to explain the 3 star rating. The room had a smell of some sort of food like a nacho and it lingered no matter how long we left the window open or had the fan on. We speculate it was due to the range hood since that is where the smell was strongest. There were also some strange plumbing noises coming from the bathroom and the walls were very thin allowing us to hear the neighbors. The theme is that you get what you pay for. We were satisfied with the hotel for the price.
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