This once was a famous place for tourists to come and stay. It was well maintained, as in clean and upkeep of facilities. Now after takeover by some live in people from another country, they place has run down and not much put back into showing the pride of what could still be a nice, quaint stay in old time motel. We stayed he in 2002, and the wear and tear was not as bad as now. Besides the AC not working well, if at all, the carpet just felt dingy, and the bedsheets old and out of style. the TV worked, though. Noisy was another setback. I forgot that they have trains come by here and the siren squeel will keep you awake. In addition, there are military operations close by, and guess what ongoing night activities with gunshots continually banging off. Then the other patrons can be noisy to boot. And there are long term lower socio economically deprived people that also stay here. Lock you vehicle just in case. They did offer fridge, micro wave and coffee maker for the room and joke of continental breakfast all in the package price.
But what did you expect for $32 plus tax-not the Tashma Hall.
Unique Quality: Noe I can think of-could be the nostalgia-but looking back at it the uniqueness is the lack of upkeep, such as cracks filled in for splits tile walls, tape over the doors, old dainty lady type sheets. Ugh
Directions: West of town on 3rd-about 1 mile
110 E. Lafayette Ave., Abilene
2207 N. Buckeye Avenue, Abilene
1407 NW 3rd St., Abilene
101 NW 14th St., Abilene
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Address: 1407 NW 3rd St., Abilene, Kansas, 67410, United States