The Hotel Magnolia of Jonesboro
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I was staying their for two weeks and by the second week me and my fiance started to break out with bed bugs. At first he had it so and I didn't have any signs of it but they got me too!!!! It was horrible!!!!!!! You have no phone and limited channels and they don't want you to have any guest!!!!!!! Don't waste your time people if your in Jonesboro your better off going to another place. "Tara Inn Suites" would be your best bet.....
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