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HUNTINGTON, WV -

A Huntington hotel is offering free showers for those experiencing no water or those affected by water contamination. 

Management of the Pullman Plaza Hotel, located at 1001 3rd Avenue, say anyone wanting to take a shower can do so free of charge.  You will need to bring a towel, as well as soap and shampoo. 

The hotel is using the showers in the rooms that are currently under renovation. Hotel staff says they will do this for as long as the need continues. 

In Morgantown, the Waterfront Place Hotel is offering special rates for anyone in the affected area.   The reduced rate is $59 a night.  The hotel says they will accept pets if requested before making a reservation.  Call 304-296-1700 to make a reservation.

Budget Inn in Hurricane is also offering showers to anyone in the affected areas.