Hotel reviews for Lookout Mountain Tennesee, you want truth, here you go…..

One state I still can’t spell, or so they think. I layed some voodoo of compassion and mercy all over that town and Jasper as well. The dog laid the deuce only for the cops. Anyway, Do not stay at the Howard Johnson in Lookout Mountain unless you are partial to cigarette smoke so bad it smelled like a moldy bar (and I smoke) and it was bad. The mattress was from 1980 maybe along with the comforter in gold which didn’t look expensive. I am sure there were bed bugs but didn’t hang around long enough to know get that refund within ten minutes. Cost of room was 56.99 for the weekend. It says 2.5 stars, more like negative 2.5 stars. Enough to drive you to drink so you can sleep without your skin a crawling, you know? Yes it was the worst I have ever been in and totally unacceptable. Bunch of swisher sweet stuffed under mattress and I am sure its seen its share of needles as well.

The Clarion will wallet rape you for extra fees, 20.00 per night bed tax, which must have been included in the HO JO”S fee. Scam if you ask me. So they had dirty needles outside in yard as well and no-one bothered to pick up the awful trash outside. Pool is seasonal too. No breakfast although they have the set up and god forbid anyone have to go out of their way to be that extra nice thing.

The Hilton, looked good from the bottom of the hill of the Clarion. So go there and let me know or stay in another towns Hilton because lookout mountain is a tourist trap, However the gas station attendants who allowed my dog to come in with me I want to thank you for your hospitality all the way to Ohio where they had a fit and are not good to dogs in public. Uptight and anal nose to the rules kinda thing. Thats why down south, they will always win with me. Kind of like the Hilton.

Published by eansel72

Alchemist, Author, psychonaut, teacher, ethnobotanist, herbal healer, psychic medium and stay at home mom. I am now beginning the new adventure of bookbinding by hand and incorporating it into my art. And of course i am still writting the children's psychic series and Acid Trips With Jesus due to debut by March 2020. I have done pretty well with The Mysteries of Dionysus and will still offer a few pagan items here and there. The future is looking bright. I am also a practicing alchemist. You can find me for book signings and workshops at central Florida pagan gatherings where I also tech workshops.

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