We got to the Hotel (looks like a horror-movie farm, not a hotel) only to see tents and mobile homes around the facility. The drunk receptionist explained that our apartment was 500 meters away and that someone would guide us to it....off we went. When we got to the "apartment" it was the prototypical description of a "ghetto". About 6 semi-naked male immigrants (all drunk) gave us a warm welcome, telling us they were ready to share some alcohol with us...specially with the ladies of our group. They immediately came to inspect our belongings with a really nasty look in their faces...we feared the worst. I looked at the person in charge of the "apartment" and whispered: would you really bring your family here? She simply said: "no". We run out of the place with fear. They returned the money, that's the only positive. PLEASE don't come here, it is really dangerous. I cannot understand why this place was ever advertised in Expedia. Again, this is not a Hotel, but a place for people that have been rescued from the streets...You've been warned.