Inlet Inn Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsInlet Inn Motel Anchorage
Believe the reviews talking about live roaches and dead bedbugs, or vice versa. Quite a welcome we got. The next day we canceled our 2nd night there on the last day of our journey and booked with another hotel.
We just had to close our eyes, get dressed and get out from there asap, the next day.
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