Budget Inn Express is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Anderson, offering a budget friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Rooms at Budget Inn Express provide air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Budget Inn Express guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and express check-in and check-out. Need a place to park? Parking is available at Budget Inn Express.
Split Creek Farm (2.2 mi), located nearby, makes Budget Inn Express a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Anderson landmark.
While staying in Anderson, you can check out a popular seafood restaurant like The Galley, which is serving up some great dishes.
Should time allow, Sadlers Creek State Park is a popular state park that is relatively easy to get to.
Enjoy your stay in Anderson!
I just checked in and the room stinks and it wasn't worth the $89 I paid. Never ever will I come back here! The staff was nice but the room was terrible! Than you can only stay one night because of football. The cashier was very nice. But the room never
Room was dirty. Shower curtain was moldy and the bathtub faucet was falling off. 1st morning there was no hot water. Exterior of building is old and run down. I stepped in dog crap outside my room at night. Would not recommend this place no matter how cheap it is.
No frills but good sleep. Bathroom in really good shape. Carpet very good. Furniture in good shape. Bed slept good, fresh relatively new linens. I could hear the highway traffic but I don’t wear my hearing aids when asleep. I did not use the tv or refrigerator or microwave. The electrical outlets are worn so much as to not be serviceable in some cases. The front walk along the rooms was in need of sweeping and removing trash after the maids had serviced the rooms. Heat/air conditioner worked fine.
The rooms on the property need to be renovated. Old bed spreads and old furniture. It is conveniently located just off of I-85 near Anderson, Pendleton, and Clemson. My room had a microwave and large refrigerator, so one could live here weekly. The young woman at check-in was polite and friendly. not bad for $55 to $61 per night. no truck parking.
I'm here now. The ac is struggling to cool the room. The unit is not even bolted into the wall. It is about 78 degrees in here. The floor all around the door and the ac is soaked. Bathroom is clean, as is the rest of the room. Found a dead bug on my pillow. It was dried. Went outside to walk my dog and there was an altercation in the parking lot at the gas station nextdoor. Called 911 because I felt it wasn't a safe situation. The restaurant beside the motel is closed and boarded up. Hate this for the propriaters, but they should be ashamed to charge what they do.
The exterior view of this motel is awful, a closed pizza restaurant in front of the motel is boarded up. The lobby is tiny and the "free" breakfast offerings appeared to be quite sparse. A housekeeper allowed me to view both a double room and a king; both appeared to be fine and functional noting dated decor. The housekeeper and front desk representative both responded "No" when I asked about bed bugs but I have doubts. The overall "feel" was not good, I plan to cancel my reservations to attend a Clemson home football game hoping that better "low cost" options may be noted.
There was no breakfast or coffee anywhere- no one even around the office in the morning. The bedspread had black marks and we immediately threw it in the floor. We had booked online for 2 nites but could not get our money back when we saw it in person- we did get a refund for 1 nite but we were stuck for 1 nite. My husband hated it so bad he wanted to just get in car and go back home. I hated that the parking lot lights lit up my room like daytime when all our lights were off.
Stayed during football season with some buddies. It was the cheapest price but just not worth it. Some rooms did not have hot water, some guys tried to sell us gold in the parking lot, and the room smelled like an old rusty metallic barrel with stagnant rain water trapped inside.
My husband and I spent a weekend in the Anderson, SC area during February. One night was spent at the Budget Inn Express and the other night at the Quality Inn. The prices were the same, while the accommodations at the Budge Inn Express were barely passable and the continental breakfast was a joke. In contrast, the Quality Inn exceeded our expectations in both areas.
No hot or even warm water. Timer on bathroom and light over the sink that turned off after ten minutes. Towels were either dirty or had holes in them. Locked out of room @ 0830, even though checkout was @ 1100. Housekeeper had to let me into room. It is on outskirts and away from everything except pizza place and gas station that are right there. I would avoid this place and spend a few extra dollars elsewhere.