Lots of construction and road workers use Hi-Line on a long term basis since they offer weekly and monthly rates. I was here for 16 days working Roosevelt country. I was in a double queen room and it came with a full size coffee maker, toaster oven, microwave and full size fridge. All were immaculately clean and i great condition. There is no business center as they claim. I needed to check in for a flight and print boarding passes but was unable to do so. Beds were comfortable, plenty of pillows, towels were soft and room and the blinds worked well to keep the rising sun out. The air cooling unit worked great and the room was decent. Major draw back is the younger housekeepers do not seem to do the job that they are paid for. Always upon check in at hotels I write the date on the bottom corner of the bottom sheet. While I didn't require a full housekeeping service except for 1 out of the 16 days I was there I did not receive one, even when housekeeping 'had been in'. The same sheet was on the bed the day after the housekeepers were in and through the term of my stay. That along with the fact the the bed closest to the the window was the one I wanted to sleep in, on my first night. I went to get into the bed and I noticed that there was some sort of food/red substance on the corner of one of the pillow case and on the top sheet. Since I had two beds, and the second one appeared to be clean I did not complain, front desk was closed and I was tired. Some things aren't worth the effort when you are working 16 hour days. Oh, about the construction road crews. Nice guys, but I am curious about the one gal that got drunk outside in the back and seemed to hook up with a different fellow every night. Is she just a lonely local or one of those type of gals that travels man camp to man camp?
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