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Needed a room on one-day's notice. Got a good rate just before a holiday(low-mid).
Room was clean, comfortable, quiet. Plenty of outlets for CPAPs and electronics. (I've stayed at hotels for over twice the price that had only one available outlet at a desk. No...More
For a mid-range property, I guess it was not bad, but I expected more. The lobby was well kept, and the kitchen area was clean. Upon checkin, there was at least a person near the front desk (although he was busy working on schedules or...More
We spent four nights here. Of the four nights, three of them were quiet, but the fourth night a bus load of students going to a track meet interrupted the quiet. The breakfasts were good, our room was comfortable, and the location is excellent for...More
This is my first stay at Sleep Inn. I did enjoy my one night stay. The rooms are clean. The breakfast is excellent. The staff is so nice. I would definitely recommend this hotel for my friends. It is a great location next to Comfort...More
The Sleep Inn has really improved since the last time I stayed there. Rates are reasonable, the location is one of the best in Williamsburg and the staff is knowledgeable. They did have a good selection of breakfast foods.
The room was fresh and clean...More
They had a very good breakfast! It included waffles, fried potatoes, sausage and ham, eggs, different types of breads, bagels and donuts. They also had cereal, fruit, and yogurt. For drink they offered orange juice, apple... More
They had a very good breakfast! It included waffles, fried potatoes, sausage and ham, eggs, different types of breads, bagels and donuts. They also had cereal, fruit, and yogurt. For drink they offered orange juice, apple juice, milk, tea, and coffee. Hope this helps!