I went to Great Wolf Lodge with my family. We booked for 2 evenings and left the following 2 hours. Upon arrival, the room had a filthy carpet that appeared to b bloodstains. The carpeting throughout the hotel was past filthy and it was stinking. You are compelled to stroll through an arcade to get to the water park. Which is a total gimmick because your kid will shout for you to plunk cash into each machine you pass and it is anything but a snappy walk. The water park isn\’t ventilated well and has such a solid smell of chlorine we couldn\’t endure over an hour\’s exposure to the toxic gas. The apathetic river is two feet down and the most remote thing from relaxing. Youthful unaided rich and high-class individuals step and sprinkle through and along the minor doddle of a stream as though escaping from an inconspicuous fear, with no respect for other people. There are these enormous fans on the roofs in the water park completely encrusted in dark form as they pivot gradually above you, most likely spreading mould spores onto you as you flounder in the 50 per cent pee and 50 per cent chlorine stew of hot human rottenness water. We saw a few super outrageous tasteful people spitting salivation and mucus onto the floor around there also. I somehow got dark oil all over my arm from the kiddie’s area while playing with my child. The water park is little and weak. Moreover, you need to climb around 8 tremendous flights of stairs to do every grown-up slide. The workers show up as though they would prefer to be somewhere else and you can\’t accuse them. There is a storytime in the lobby where kids accumulate on the smelly, bacteria-laden, saturated carpet floor to observe some discouraged animatronics creatures strain to discuss a quiet story of burden over the stunning clatter of all the very extravagant individuals. I expect their story must be about the perpetual misery they experience being stuck in this dumpy spot. But then again no one could hear it, because the show coincides with the closing timings of the water park. Furthermore, when the water park shuts a swarm of dazzling awesome, dynamite, elite’ individuals from society rush towards the lifts. I truly did not cherish these individuals. (Probably propelled by the need to get to their rooms wash their bodies free of the water park aggravations). The lifts, at that point, get stuffed to the link stressing max with these superb, physically fit, design cognizant elites. So good luck getting upstairs! When we got up we realized that the floors of the hotel have no air conditioning. The food looked too terrifying to even think about trying. My natural sense of self conservation kept me from consuming anything there. Thank god. Spare yourself some genuine sadness and remain away. I am stunned at the loathsome conditions we encountered there.
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