Although it wasn’t the worst hotel in town it was not far off. I wasn’t surprised when I first saw it was in the middle of demolition. The city has purchased it to turn it into a parking lot like so many other buildings recently torn down in this fair city. Its main customer base was not very well off, but the building had some character to it and it fit well into the cities lame china town. Once we entered it was easy to see that the bar was the prime income earner for the hotel as it occupied 90% of the main floor. The hotel rooms themselves were very small and cramped. They each had showers built into their former closets, but the bathrooms were shared and down the hall. Even the biggest rooms were far smaller then your average modern room. We came across a room on the top floor which even had a mirror on the ceiling. I bet many hookers were brought to this hotel over the years as this is the type of place that rented rooms by the hour.