Hotel guest awakened by mouse eating potato chips
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Downtown hotel guest awakened by mouse eating
potato chips

A downtown Cincinnati hotel is caught between a rock and a hard place.

The Quality Inn on W. Eighth Street along I-75 is renovating, replacing years of neglect by previous owners under a different hotel name.

Renovation photos show the 50+ year-old building looking great but it's still haunted by things from the past. Like mice!

"They never cleaned the room and I was awakened in the middle of the night by a mouse chewing through a bag of chips," a guest wrote a couple weeks ago at TripAdvisor.

Management responded: "We have a local specialist continually treat and monitor all of our guest rooms to actively prevent issues like this from occurring."

Which must explain the trap another guest from Marietta GA noted last May:

"The rodent trap outside the lobby door threw me way off!!," the guest wrote.

The Quality Inn says its in "the final stages of our renovations currently and will have exciting upgrades to our facilities in the near future."

And hopefully that means no unpaid guests like those creepy critters.

Read the reviews for the Quality Inn at this link >

Photo: A renovated room at the Quality Inn on West Eighth Street near downtown Cincinnati.