▶JP on 04/27/2014
This locations primary customer in HOPE ATLANTA; an organization blessed with the AWESOME responsibility of helping people with HIV & AID in emergency and crisis situations. They are primarily funded by HUD.
Roger Vicks, manger of this location is a homophobic unsympathetic slumlord whose ONLY objectives are satisfying his wallet and letting his gay clientele know just how little he cares for their existence.
Cleanliness is essential to health of people with compromised immune systems. Whe
n you have bed bugs crawling on you the situation become dire. When your only other option is the street, you'd almost want to be on street. Roger takes advantage of his position as the only local hotel that provides this service for an organization that gets its funding from the Federal Government
Hope Atlanta is an amazing and invaluable service for its Atlanta's positive family and friends. Roger does not like them. Unfortunately, this is the only place they have to place people in the city that is convenient to services positive children and families need any further out and transportation becomes an additional barrier to treatment
When I shared this video with Roger last year little other than ridicule was expressed about the situation.
Nicole on 03/23/2014
This is the third time i stayed n this hotel.
The first time there was mold in the closet,bathroom and half of the room.
The second time the wasnt clean and had signs thatbsomeone was doing drugs in the room and my child was picking up some of the stuff,
The third time which i thought was fleas told my husband to tell the office since i couldnt as i was at work come to find out it was bed bugs.
All those times the only thing the did was move us.to another.room. i have bite marks all over m
y body. My arms,legs,butt,neck,face. Thankfully my child didnt get bit. How often do they actually check and treat this rooms? Every two weeks she said. But not then and only then they dont know unless another customer comes in.and complain.
Anonymous on 10/22/2013
I was in this hotel from 13 to 19 of october 2013. I went back home with many bites on my skin. I had to go to emergency to got a treatment. I saw one cockroach in the bathroom the first night, I killed it, then I saw what I thought was a small cockroach again in the bathroom 2 days later. I understand now seeing pictures on the internet that it was a bed bug, not a cockroach, and it was what bite me about twenty time during the last day. I started scratch my skin in the return flight and stoppe
d only when the doctor gave me cortisone medication. Now it fades away slowly.
I whashed all my clothes at 60°C and I hope I bring none with me to my home.
This hotel is one block next to a homeless shelter, some of them spending some night in the hotel, probably came with bedbugs on their clothes in the room.
No money to change my room nor my hotel, next time I will be very suspicious of such hotel.
KAM on 11/22/2011
I didnt know what out was on my arm at first. But after reading several websites and referring back to my arm, I'm certain it was bed bug bites. I visited another friend in another room and actually SAW one. I thought it was a mighty weird looking bug that reacted strangely when I swayed at it. I remember what out looked like and low and behold it matched the photos online. Ewwwww..... Now I'm utterly disgusted and appalled. I'm overly concerned now of anything that crawls. With put without win