My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Joy Junction, Albuquerque, NM, USA
Joy Junction is a very disgusting place, My wife and I stayed there last week and we were given 2 mats to sleep on and 1 blanket, no pillows or towels! We were assigned mats 22 and 23 right next to the coffee machine table and under the tray return window, this is the most disgusting place to be in any restaurant and we had to sleep there! As soon as the lights went off the cockroaches came out by the hundreds! The back of the coffee machine was covered with roaches, the walls were crawling and we were pushing ourselves away from the wall as far as possible! We didn't get much sleep either between the constant coughing and snoring we were watching the wall for roaches and just feeling creeped out, did I mention how disgusting this place is? I was wide awake at 4am and wanted a shower, in part 'cause I was feeling kind of crawly and I just plain needed a shower, the attendant told me they didn't have any towels and I should come back at 6am when the next shift came in "they have the towels" ok I sit patiently till 6am and go back up and asked the new shift for a towel "their all dirty, we wont have any till after 9 or 10am". So I cant even take a shower, No sleep, No diner, No shower and I was ready to go at 7am when breakfast was served, 1 packet of flavored oatmeal and a strawberry, I had to wait in line to get milk for my oatmeal and a carton of OJ, I have to admit I drank the coffee and all I could think of was how many roach legs and arms and bodies my coffee had been filtered threw. While I was having breakfast I told the people at the table about our experience and everyone had already known about the coffee machine they told us that the woman sitting beside the machine is paid $25 per week to guard it, they charge $1.00 per cup for roach infested coffee. Thank God the cup I was drinking didn't come out of that machine!
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