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Seriously, these people are not over exaggerating, DO NOT STAY HERE!
Oct 14, 2013 by: Sarigari from Minneapolis, Minnesota
I knew this place wouldn't be great from reading the reviews but I also had the notion that people who review hotels were generally on the picky side with a tendency to make mountains out of molehills. For this I paid the price. The price of enduring itchy sheets, tiny rough towels, half a roll of toilet paper which was never replenished(until I bought my own from the grocery), a tiny fan as air conditioning, in and out wifi and absolutely nonexistent customer service. Also all electronics would be mysteriously unplugged every time I returned from an outing, which gave me a creepy big brother feeling. It is confounding to think these people make money in the hospitality industry. Do not stay here!
Oct 03, 2013 by: Hammertime63 from England
I was looking for a one night stay so I could attend the baseball at Camden yards and stumbled across this place by accident, turns out the worst accident I've ever had, no aircon just a table fan, promised wifi but did not work, dirty shower room and toilet, when I payed the lady upon arrival I was told to pay cash because "it's easier for everybody" the cost was $114 for the night, no wonder she had a nice big grin when I handed over my cash. I just couldn't wait for the morning to arrive so I could get out if this place. Will I ever stay again, NO WAY IN HELL.
The Truth about the Abarcrombie Inn
Sep 29, 2013 by: Mark10009 from New York City, New York
Do NOT stay at this place! When we drove into the parking lot, rats scattered. There was NO ONE there to greet us or check us in (we had been given an electronic code for the front door lock.) The place's vibe is just this side of the Bates Motel in Hitchock's "Psycho". There was not staff around at all, and I saw no other guests coming and going. We were put in a room on the top floor -- outside of it was the hotel's air conditioning unit which made loud noise all night long, so it was hard to sleep. The room itself looked like something that Miss Haversham would be found in. I would not recommend this place in any way!
Avoid at all cost!
Sep 24, 2013 by: shopvader from philadelphia
Run as fast as you can if you are considering this hotel. We felt like since we went through Expedia, we were given the worst room in the property. The others we were able to view upon our departure were much closer to the rooms that were displayed on the video tour. Old furniture, old decor, old TV, no air conditioning , old floor fan, no elevator, no staff. Not a place you want to spend any longer than one night. If you can tolerate it. This hotel needds to be taken off your site. It is a self service B&B that is in the inner harbor. The room that we were given from the Expedia website was horrendous. It was on the 4th floor no elevator, without air conditioning or any other amenities that the Inn claimed to have. An antequated TV, remotes without batteries, a dirty floor fan and covered plastic chairs with foam. You were never greeted by anyone and part of the continental breakfast was left out over night (apples bananas and pastries wrapped in celluphane). The room was clean... which is probably the only reason we stayed. Avoid at all costs.
The WORST customer service experience EVER!!!! Everyone should read this review.
Jul 19, 2013 by: Dlazarus from
When arriving to the B&B we could not get in the building because the doors were locked. We called the number on the door only to get an answer an hour later. We were then td someone would be down to let us in in about 30/45 mins. It was 1:30am and the only thing we wanted to do was go to sleep. We ended up having to sleep in our car because we couldn't get in and anyone could help. The WORST customer service experience I have ever encountered. To top it all off...we were not refunded our money. We couldn't get in because someone locked the door but we were NOT refunded our money for the complete inconvenience. SPENDID!
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