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  • RedCedar24 profile photo RedCedar24
  • Reviews: 19
Brady's Apartment: Come over to my house.

If you're coming from out of town, out of state or out of the country and don't have a criminal background, you're welcome to stay at my apartment in East Lansing if you're willing to offer the favor in return. I have a spare bedroom with a twin bed for guests and space for parking.

Friendly host, free, right next to MSU's campus, 10 minute walk from downtown East Lansing.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Written September 7, 2002

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  • tvdandy profile photo tvdandy
  • Reviews: 338

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Williamston Inn: Off the beaten track

If you are in town for a game or business but want to get away from the college town rowdiness, try the Williamston Inn. This is a small, family owned Inn, about 6 miles heading East on Grand River Ave. The Inn is very close to downtown Williamston, which is a quaint town, with some cool antiques shops and restaurants. All with a very 'Norman Rockwell' feel. The owners are nice people as well.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Budget Travel
  • Written July 1, 2011
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Williamston Inn - Williamston, Michigan

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  • Ewingjr98 profile photo Ewingjr98
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Quality Inn University

Quality Inn University is an older hotel, but it is well maintained, clean, and a good value for the money and location. We stayed here the night before the Ohio State - Michigan State football game in 2008, so most area hotels were booked and prices were a little higher than usual (I think we paid $116 a night for two queen beds). We arrived and quickly checked into our rooms, then headed down to the University to watch a hockey game. After the game and dinner, we were back at the hotel around 11pm, had a good night's sleep, then we were on our way the next day with no problems.

First the good: The hotel has plenty of free parking; it's close to campus; they have a swimming pool, hot tub, and bar; their free breakfast we better than average; and service was good.

Now the bad: This is an older hotel so it can be a bit noisy, the bathrooms are in need of remodeling, they charge for wi-fi (but their system was broken when we were there); and the bar closes at 10 or 11pm, no matter how many people are sitting there drinking.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written November 7, 2008
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