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Vallejo Inn - A Horrible And Dirty Hotel

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Review by avigil4thearts on 2013-09-09
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VALLEJO, CALIFORNIA -- This place is a dump and the general manager is a low life.
The sign says $36.99 per night. In appearances the place looks well kept, so I went in.

My first impression of the place is that the lobby has a glass window and all transactions are like in a bank. The Korean woman who is the general manager seemed nice enough. I ended up paying $50.83. She said it was summer rates. She should've had the sign updated. This is called bate and switch. I didn't know.

When I finally checked in and parked my car in the back, I saw people hanging out outside on the balconies having loud conversations. Then, I saw what appeared to be a prostitute. Very seductive clothes as if she was not in a hurry to go anywhere. The characters outside were gang type. Some were hanging out in cars. I finally brought all my stuff in and the first thing I saw was cigarette burns all over the end table. Then blood stains on the comforter. I worked a night shift in a hospital and 8 hours away from home and very tired. All I wanted was to sleep. I changed and went into the bathroom and saw a very filthy bathroom. It was horrible. I saw drippings on the wall, pills behind the bathroom door, stained shower floor and writings on the the shower wall. The carpet was uneven and filthy. They did not have a remote for the TV so I called and the general manager, a Korean woman said "you have to come and get it.'

After viewing what I saw and the noise outside, I called her and told her that I wanted my money back. I told her why and she said she was going to keep $15 of the $50.83. I told her that it was unfair. I hung up and was getting dressed. She called me again and I was putting on my scrubs and could not answer the phone and afraid to. When I called her back, she said because I didn't answer the phone, she told me that she was keeping everything. I told her I was going to call the police and that she was a thief and that this place was not safe. She said '[snip] you." And flipped me off. I called the police and they told me that they could not do anything about it and that I would have to take her to court. I called the bank and the bank would not do anything about it because it was a transaction that I approved.

This general manager knows how to play the game. She is a witch to say the least and runs a brothel and a drug den. I was very angry with her and we had an exchange of words. I gave her the remote back and told her that I will not do the same to her and left the remote. The city is allowing her to run a place (found out later) that has had shootings and people have been hurt and cover ups. The police told me that they were sorry but they couldn't't do anything about it and they are very aware of this place and have done nothing to this woman.
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2013-09-10
Posted by Old Timer on 2013-09-10:
The dump sounds just lovely!

Man arrested after standoff at Vallejo Inn

KTVU and Wires

VALLEJO, Calif. — A man was arrested after allegedly barricading himself inside a Vallejo hotel room on Wednesday afternoon and telling police he was armed with a gun, police said.

Officers were called to the Vallejo Inn at 101 Maritime Academy Drive after someone reported seeing a man swinging a hammer in the hotel's parking lot and acting irrationally, police said.

The man also threatened to kill the reporting party with a wooden board, according to police.

The suspect, later identified as Guy Taiho Decker, then holed up in a hotel room, declined to talk with police and told officers he would kill them if they tried to enter, police said.

SWAT teams from Vallejo and Benicia were called in. Meanwhile, Decker allegedly called Vallejo police dispatch and said he was armed with a gun.

Police obtained an arrest warrant for Decker and a search warrant for his hotel room, then SWAT officers used tear gas to force him out of the room, Vallejo police said.
Decker was taken into custody and booked into Solano County Jail for making a terrorist threat and on a warrant from Alameda County for methamphetamine possession.

Investigators inspected the hotel room and found that Decker had allegedly cut holes in the walls of his room and in the ceiling, police said.

A hotel employee said the incident began around noon and wrapped up several hours later.


http://www.ktvu.com/news/news/crime-law/man-arrested-after-standoff-vallejo-inn/nYdb3/

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