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08/22/2015
By: Infinity S.
Cherokee County Nursing Center
I had a wonderful experience at this facility. The staff are caring and compassionate. I would recommend this facility as it has a great family atmosphere.
09/18/2014
By: Darbi S.
Oakhill Inn Tahlequah
First and foremost the hotel did not provide the room we reserved more than a month prior. Contrary to their perception, a double room in lieu of a king is no where near an upgrade. However, because we had ZERO options for other accommodations in the town we accepted the double rooms. Per the itinerary that PRICELINE provided, check in time was available at 1:00 pm. When we arrived at the hotel at approximately 2:30 pm the rooms were not available as reserved nor cleaned and ready. We were told they were getting ready. We were given the key and we left to eat. We were contacted during lunch and notified that we would need to return to the office. The king room we were given was currently occupied and we would need to also switch that for a double room. We returned from eating around 5:30 pm. Upon entering our room we found holes in the wall that were filled with toilet paper, dead bugs in picture frames, blinds that were broken, blood on a pillow case and a door that was obviously not securely in place. With this information and a refusal to rest in that environment at approximately 5:45 pm, we were forced to drive 35 miles to the nearest available. hotel. If the hotel nor Priceline deem these circumstances warrant a refund that is a poor reflection of the manner in which both conduct business.
04/17/2014
By: James Y.
Cherokee County Nursing Center
Nice inside, Terrible management.It's remodeled very well, but isn't enough to cover up the unfairness of the staff. As a family member of a previous resident, they never kept the same people around that we liked. Also, hearing how the nurses talked about/to the workers really surprised me. No listening or communication skills what so ever. Besides some of the workers, the food was the only redeemable aspect. It's just the head nurses that seem to lack in the area of bedside manner. I do not want to risk my parent's last few years with an inconsistent and rude staff. I wouldn't even recommend anyone working here unless they wanna be gonna be gone in a month for "not having the proper well being". ?! That's actual quote from a head nurse after asking why they fired one of my parent's favorite workers.No better than Grace Living Center.
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