Value Score Average Value
Good For Solo
Not a place for the tired traveler
After traveling 14 hours with two toddlers they were not accomodating as far as letting us in our room for a little rest before sight seeing. I had to pay extra to check in at 10:30. I understand check in time, I also have never had another hotel charge me to check in early. I just thought the reception was not happy or welcoming.
Great for a motel, bad for a hotel
We didn't really enjoy our stay there. The pictures on the website are really nice, but do not accurately reflect the condition of the rooms there. Rooms there are really small, the vinyl furniture was discolored and damaged (vinyl was ripped and had holes in it) and the walls had a lot of dirt spots and damage. The room maintained a terrible musty odor, that we assume came from the carpet, which we had to try to mask by purchasing and constantly using room deodorizer. The odor was made worse by use of the a/c / heater unit because it seemed to just stir up the smell.
The bathroom was extremely small. For you ladies, the toilet seat is very large, which doesn't seem to work well for petite women. Also, there is no toilet lid. A few bugs were spotted here and there.
The location off of I-95 is great, maybe too great. You constantly hear noise from the highway in addition to roaring truck engines from the truck stop across the street and the access road next to the motel. As far as other noises, the walls are very thin and you can hear neighbors on both sides talking, snoring, listening to the radio, watching television, etc.
Wireless and wired Internet is free, but the wireless isn't too fast. I definitely recommend using the cable. Breakfast is great, if you only want a waffle. The eggs and sausage are bad. Washing machines and vending machines are located outside.
This could be a great place, but it needs an "extreme makeover" - repainting the walls, cleaning the carpet, fixing or replacing the furniture, getting toilet lids, getting edible breakfast, and just simply letting the rooms air out often. The antique feel of the furniture and the nice bedding give you somewhat of a nice hotel feel, but the door that opens to the parking lot reminds you that it’s “just a motel”.
Bottom line, hotel lovers – spend the extra $20 and go to a hotel. Motel lovers – you’ll be just fine.
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