Perfect stop for a solo traveler if staying for only a few days. Ladies might not feel the same as it is a bit off the main trail and near a truck stop.I found it adequate for a single male.This was a pleasure trip for me.
The advertised pool and breakfast didn't happen. The shared pool with the dive next door was empty, had been that way for a while. There was a sign above the counter of the tiny breakfast area that BREAKFAST WAS NOT SERVED DUE TO COVID-19. The metal fronts of the stairs going to the second floor had rust hole through them. Good thing we were on the first floor. Noises kept coming from the room next to us like something passing gas.
This is a very well worn property & steps to the 2nd floor were rusted, as well as the bottom of our room door, making a gap betweenthe door and threshold. No breakfast was offered. We won't be going back or recommending this property.
This unit has the marks of an older unit. Rooms are standard size and plumbing works. Might want to check the room out before unpacking suitcases. Our room had a lack of proper cleaning on the toilet (stain on outside of bowl). Arrived late a night and assigned room was next to freezing, and King unit we had been promised on Wed., was not available on Sat. Night. Works good for a one night "on the road" stop.
Above and beyond. We stayed only 1 night But I left my iPad in the room Manager was so kind in sending it out right away. Would not even take a tip Rooms were decent, price excellent. A great place to lay your head for the night.
Just your basic hotel room with a small desk, dresser and TV. It was very clean. Beds slept okay. Smelled musty when we walked in but turned on the air conditioner and it quickly went away. Local sheriff patrolled the lot at night. For the price, it was a great value for a quick stop to sleep before continuing on our way
This is a bare bones hotel. The beds were soft the pillows were slight. There was a coffee pot in room with provisions to make one cup of regular and one cup of decaf however no additional coffee no breakfast. There are cameras that cover the parking lot but the lighting was poor. Doors go immediately outside no hallway and it was obvious they had been Jimmied before. The rooms are old in need of remodeling.
Look at the lead photo of this facility and consider that was the result of making it look as good as possible. It is a shabby, painted brick cube in the middle of a sea of asphalt. They are "pet-friendly" but that includes a $10/pet fee. The non-smoking room had been smoked in, though they'd worked hard to clear it. One of the two queen beds had a ridiculously broken mattress and was unusable. The other was only uncomfortable. The pillows made my wife and I both independently think of wet corn starch. Paint was peeling off the walls in sheets. Large (LARGE) portions of the walls were solid spackling paste. The light switch for the toilet/tub area also turned on a fan that sounded like a WW-II bomber warming up. The handle on the tub's hot water valve was oddly loose and sort of suggested to the valve that it might open and close. When I first sent water to the shower head, it sent one violent stream into the ceiling and another over the top of the curtain. Bathroom had a compact, round toilet. The walls above the tub had been covered with screwed-on sheets of plexiglass and all the edges in the room were adorned with wads of silicone seal that looked to have been applied with a hairbrush. The only place to keep a towel handy while showering was on the toilet. Due to the pandemic, there is no breakfast offering, though even if there were, it'd be some slim servings given the space available. In summary, if I had a choice between staying here again or sleeping in my car in a WalMart parking lot... it'd be close... real close. Good points: The air conditioner worked. The TV worked and had many channels. They have free WiFi. There was a little coffeemaker in the room but I'm not sufficiently masochistic to have actually used it. The refrigerator worked as well as any motel refrigerator. The vinyl flooring was relatively new and intact. The staff was amicable and helpful. My neighbors were quiet. What more could you ask for?…
The hotel was a bit dated but very nice. Check in was pleasant and the gentleman was very helpful. Easy on/off to the hotel. They had a continental breakfast but we did not partake, the ammeniteis in the room were great.
The place is dated as are the two competing properties nearby. Don't let that deter you if you're looking for a reasonably priced placed to spend a night which is also pet friendly. The room was clean and comfortable, the AC worked and the shower was warm. That's what I was looking for and what I got. Also I'm on Wyndam Rewards and this must be their entry level property. The continental breakfast (and eating area) was meager but adequate. The staff was friendly. We stayed at this property as a half way point to a trip to NC. The first night there were not a lot of guests but you could still here noise from the motel right next to this one. Not a big deal, but just something to be aware of. On our return there were a few more guests. If you're traveling with a dog (as we were), you might want to ask the clerk to make sure you're not put in a room next door to another guest with a dog to avoid them sensing each other and making noise. This was not a big issue but the other dog would bark at something and our dog would bark at it. They also left their dog outside their room very early in the morning (when we were trying to get some extra sleep) and dog barked incessantly. That is my only real complaint about the place and it wasn't the fault of Travelodge. So if you're looking for an overnight stay that is clean, reasonable and dog friendly, this is a good place to consider…