Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Saint Albans does not have to be difficult. Welcome to La Quinta Inn & Suites St. Albans, a nice option for travellers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk while staying at La Quinta Inn & Suites St. Albans. In addition, La Quinta Inn & Suites St. Albans offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Saint Albans trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Thai House Restaurant, one of the Thai restaurants that can be found in Saint Albans, which is a short distance from La Quinta Inn & Suites St. Albans.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as Saint Albans Museum.
La Quinta Inn & Suites St. Albans looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Saint Albans.
Receptionist stated loudly to fill lobby my room number more than once. People trying to enter room in middle of the night. Car was broken into on the property, three spots from hotel entrance. Dismissive staff that said they have no cameras or security measurements in place. Left after one night.
Very friendly personnel -helpful and cooperative. Rooms left much to be desired-very dated furnishings, very loud AC unit, and included breakfast was quite limited in healthy selections. Lack of competition in this quieter part of Vermont probably contributes to the lackadaisical interest in updating. some?
Our room was downgraded from a suite to regular room - no compensation. The rooms are disgusting dirty with peeling and torn wallpaper. Items of clothing and hair accessories from the previous guest were still in the room. And then there was the pot smoking in the halls. All of this was reported to Management and she did absolutely nothing. Never, ever would I stay at this property again.
Was not impressed when I went to get into my bed last night and there was blood all over two of the pillows and their cases. Thankfully I brought my own. There were stains on the sheets and the pillows it’s self. I thought pillow protectors were used? Also the amount of hair in the shower when I arrived was horrifying and made it so I did not take a shower. I will probably not return to this hotel for a while. Oh and the house keeper had a “tip” envelope in every part of the room! In the drawers. In the bathroom. On both night stands. We get it you want a tip. But I unfortunately this time was not impressed and did not leave a tip. Better luck next time!
I found this hotel to be quite clean. The staff were very polite and efficient. Breakfast options were ok. The eggs were awful, but there is a nice option to make fresh waffles. The bed was a bit saggy.
I saw another review about not housing the homeless. That would have to mean that normal hotel guests hang around outside the front door and in the lobby without luggage, waiting to check-in/out, address an issue or waiting for someone in the parking lot, etc. Also not being a homeless hotel but having people with their shades open and partying showing that they are receptive to and advertising where the party is at without fear of hotel management stepping it. Not needing a key to get into the back door because management has all but given up on dealing with arguing with people that apparently have homes of their own. Definitely not a homeless hotel when heading to your room there are many doors with the security lock holding the doors open a crack which is what people who want people in their rooms without knocking do. Who would invite you to just come on in to your hotel room, gee I wonder!?! Cars honking their horn in the AM to get someone’s attention and beers for breakfast. At some point, hotel management, get your head out of the sand and realize you’re not running a properly functioning, respectable hotel but rather catering to individuals that bring it down to a lower quality for everyone else. That’s fine if you want to do that, just keep pretending that’s not the type of operation you run . Because that is exactly the type of operation you run! Oh and how dare you hide behind the we can’t stop them from staying here bologna. No one cares who’s there, we care what they are doing why they are there and your allowing it to occur. Clean up your act!…
Upon arrival The outside looked well-maintained the lobby was clean and neat the person working the front counter was very nice and helpful upon entering our room everything looked clean but when we pulled the covers down on the bed we found the sheets were dirty look like bad hairs all over the comforter had something brown smeared on it and when we went down and told the young man working the counter that our bed was filthy he went to get clean linens because he was the only one working and then came back to an informed us that they didn’t have any more clean sheets for a king size bed so he brought us a smaller top sheet to lay over the bed and two small blankets to use and that they didn’t have any other rooms available to switch us to but when we after we left and checked out the manager called and informed me that they would not be charging me for the room so that I thought was fair…
This was once our favorite place to stay when in this area. We have stayed many times over the years. Last night will have been our last. We quite simply did not feel safe or comfortable. This hotel houses individuals who are experiencing homelessness, which we confirmed with the front desk. I don’t believe everyone in this situation causes problems but I’ll describe what I did experience during my stay. We arrived late, around 10pm. There were quite a few people hanging around outside the front door and in the lobby. I waited to check in for a while as there was a sign indicating the desk person would return soon. When he did , he was helping a gentleman change rooms. I’m unsure what his issue was, but clearly there was something. This desk person was very friendly and helpful. We checked in and had to park in the back of the hotel as the front lot was full. We noticed through a first floor window with the shades open that there was a party happening in there. We thought we’d need to key into the back door but we did not, it was completely unlocked, therefore anyone could walk in. Heading to our room there were many doors with the security lock holding the doors open a crack which is not something you normally see. Our room seemed worn with cracked tiles and such but otherwise appeared clean. Sleep was a challenge. I was woken up by dog barking multiple times in the night. At 6am a car came through the parking lot honking their horn a bunch of times. We took a peak at breakfast but decided to go elsewhere when we saw a man hanging around drinking beer at 8am in the lobby breakfast area which is not something I wanted to expose my 4 and 6 year old to. In the parking lot on our way out we noticed empty beer bottles and trash. We did confirm with the front desk at check out that while they don’t actively seek to house people, they are unable to turn down programs that are funding individuals to live there. My recommendation: pay more yo stay elsewhere.…
Overall, it was an average hotel. Less than cleanly, hair in bathroom, trash under side of bed. Sticky sides and corners of both tables, loud "activity" in parking lot behind hotel 2 of the 3 nights we stayed. Staff friendly and kind. Had to clean the room myself.
I wouldn’t go out of my way to stay here again and will likely not be back. Several little issues that added up and definitely not worth the price charged. We’ll stay outside of St Albans for our next visit.