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I was forced to stay here because my employer booked the room. I nearly walked out as soon as I walked in. I stayed 1 of 3 nights because that's all I could take. The lobby and hallways stink. It's that old musty smell that...More
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Stayed here this past weekend and my visits here are normally okay. The room was good and the breakfast but the noise from the front reception area was inappropriate, my wife and I got an ear full of personal info from the group that was...More
It's been a while since we've stayed here and we haven't missed much, everything was pretty much the same, they updated the TV's but that was about it. We stayed on the second floor, the room could have been better but I really didn't expect...More
US$ 41 - US$ 65 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I was there last week. For location, it is centrally located, but not in what I consider a good neighborhood. It is off Airline Highway, which is a good part of Bossier, but in the worst part of Airline Highway. You are near... More
I was there last week. For location, it is centrally located, but not in what I consider a good neighborhood. It is off Airline Highway, which is a good part of Bossier, but in the worst part of Airline Highway. You are near good areas, but not in one. I'd class the area as bad from a safety standpoint.
The non-smoking room had a lot of smoky smell. The air conditioner made a horrendous amount of noise. Breakfast was a waffle maker and cold cereal. There may have been biscuits, but I don't remember seeing them. The juice maker was broken.
All in all, this place reminds me of many small town motels that are bought by someone with no intent to do any maintenance or repairs. They just ride the investment until it completely falls apart, then abandon it. I feel this place is in about mid-cycle of this phenomenon. On top of that, it is not even particularly cheap. I'd stay somewhere else. I know that I will next time.
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