See why so many travellers make Meadow Court Inn their hotel of choice when visiting Ithaca. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Ithaca, Meadow Court Inn is located a short distance from Sciencenter Sagan Planet Walk (0.6 mi) and Suspension Bridge (1.6 mi).
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Meadow Court Inn features 24 hour front desk and a sun terrace, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Meadow Court Inn, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a Thai restaurant, consider a visit to Taste of Thai, Taste of Thai Express, or Thai Basil, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Meadow Court Inn.
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out an art museum, such as Johnson Museum of Art.
At Meadow Court Inn, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Ithaca.
Google review summary ? Write a review 3.5 Good 318 reviews Rooms2.4Location4.9Service4.6 What guests are saying "Great price and location, staff very nice." "Dirty beds, sub-par decor, no towels, rude staff, and a broken TV." "This place is a community staple and it's service is paramount for many people." More Families3.5 Couples3.1 Solo3.2 Priceline 5.8/10 · 170 reviews Reviews People often mention All Pets Kitchen Entertainment Wi-fi Safety Bathroom Amenities Cleanliness Nightlife + 10 more Most helpful All reviews samantha earl1/58 minutes ago on Google Staff rude and unaccomodating. Safety and hygiene issues. Poorly managed buisness NO COVID PRECAUTIONS WITH ROOM CLEANING I went to office around 7:30am and found 3 staff in the back room chatting away. Front desk staff were rude when I mentioned the parking lot and sidewalks were a sheet of ice after I fell on way from back building to office to get a morning coffee. Two staff completely ignored me and the oth.er make staff just stared blankly with no concern that I just fell on the ice....The female housekeeper went outside to sprinkled a coffee cup worth of salt in front of entrance and made it to me clear it "wasn't her job"....she was slipping on the ice too. When I asked who's job it was, she stated abruptly "I dunno " and went inside. I approached the male front desk clerk to ask for a small container to put salt in so I can taje it with me to safety make it back to my room....he quickly replied "no I don't have anything". I noticed a small cardboard box and pointed it out that would be sufficient for salt so I can salt the sidewalk myself....he loudly sighed, rolled his eyes and ignored me. While he was setting up the continental breakfast as I asked where I could find it ( management the night before said it would be available at 7am), he said to me in a very annoyed tone "just take the sidewalk back to your room". I expressed its covered in a thick sheet of ice. He grabbed the keys and told me..."I'm the only one here you need to leave". When I clarified to him that I can not safety walk back to my building due to the ice and its approx 20°outside...he said in a condescending and confrontational tone "I know!...that is why I have to leave to salt it". I made my way back to my room which is a separate building across the parking lot. Another housekeeper came across the parking lot with their cart and mentioned how icy it was....she stated they sometimes will sand it but only when the maintenance guy gets around to it often after 10am if he even shows up.... When I returned to my room to pack my things, I noticed the bedsheets had dried blood stains under the pillows. I wish I noticed this BEFORE I slept here. We arrived late the night before and went right to bed after going to the restaurant upon arrival...as I started lnspecting to room more, I found it was really gross and had not had a proper cleaning in God knows how long. It's like the sheets weren't even washed....the fridge was caked with slimy red goo that had been there for awhile, dirt, grime and spills on end table, chairs, hairs and grime on headboard. DEFINATELY NOT COVID PROTOCOL. The blankets were torn and stained. My partner approached the front desk that morning and showed him pictures that he wrote notes about but made no other comments or resolution about. Awful place to stay .…
A good location. We walked into Ithaca Commons and Cornell University, College Ave. A good Walk/ hike up and down. The motel was pretty good , particularly for the price. Wegman's across the street. Nice, simple continental breakfast with good coffee, fruit, yogurt, bagels, toast. It was quiet.
We had tickets for David Sedaris and needed a place to stay for one night. After perusing every possible option for a Saturday night, we settled on this motel. At $129, it seemed overpriced for what it was--an older motel--but for one night, how bad could it be? This inn is actually divided into two separate buildings--one a basic 2 story motel set up where you drive your car right up to your door, and across the parking lot a 2 story "closed" hotel where rooms are entered from interior halls. But I didn't realize this until we arrived. We were given a room in the first floor of the motel side. The room had only the basics (no fridge, microwave, etc.), but seemed clean enough. As my daughter and 12 year old granddaughter were bringing bags in, we noticed a group of 3 or 4 middle aged men, who seemed pretty drunk. They were sitting in front of a room a couple of doors down, then up on the balcony, then were walking around the parking lot. Their conversation was loud and really vulgar. They looked like possibly they were construction workers doing a job nearby and had been put up in this motel. They kept staring at us as we sat on some chairs outside our door. As my granddaughter would be alone for an hour, they were making me uncomfortable. We went to the office and asked to be moved, and the clerk did so immediately, moving us to a much nicer room on the "hotel" side of the property. Apart from that issue, the room was sufficient for our needs, though the second room had no usb outlets and we had to ask for a charger from the office.…
The room was terrible. it was $140 a night because it was "move in" weekend for college students. The rug was horribly stained, as was the bathtub. The bathtub had no drain plug. The wifi never worked. The towels were so threadbare you could see through them. The "breakfast" was packages of bagels and english muffins (Thomas') in their package. Cereal in Tupperware containers. If you chose an item to be toasted you had to use your hands to get it out of the bag, and then use a community plastic knife to spread your peanut butter out of the jar. Really during Covid?
They refused to give me a refund when international borders were closed due to coronavirus. I was not able to leave Australia. I lost $250 AUD. I asked multiple times for a refund, but was denied. I am very unimpressed with this hotel, I think they could have given me some leniency.