THE consultation on plans for a 58-bedroom hotel planned in Portland Road, South Norwood, ends tomorrow (Saturday).
Revised plans have been submitted by the developer for the site of the former Queen's Arms pub.
Charles Moran, the agent for the planning application, told the Advertiser in May that the hotel would "not be a dosshouse".
He explained that the Biznest hotel will be aimed at business types on short-term contracts, such as airline staff and conference delegates.
But objectors think that the proposed three/four-storey building is too much.
Linda Hickman, of Albert Road, South Norwood, said: "The main issue in terms of planning is the size.
"The pub is set back from the pavement line and always has been historically.
"They [the developer] are building right to the pavement line."
There were concerns that comments made before the revised plans were submitted by the developer would not be counted.
But a spokesman for Croydon Council said: "If people made comments on elements of the scheme that have not changed then these will be taken into account.
"Additional comments are only needed on new elements of the scheme."