Super 8 Binghamton Front Street
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upon arrival the lobby was dark and dreary and the sounds of a little dog barking and a confusing encounter with the front desk and the billing process was disconcerting to say the least. Then the hallway encounter with a man in a robe with a pink shower cap crossing the hall to get a coffee was scary. The room was not bad a 3, Internet a 5 , TV 7, bathroom 5, In the morning the checkout was even more confusing we had been charged $200+ for a $60 room , they promised me that it was an error and I would be charged just the $60 + tax . We will see but we will not be back !!
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