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Budget Inn met all our needs and lived up to the good reviews. We may have been lucky in the room we got, but we had no problem with noise in the three days we stayed. That was amazing considering that as soon as we...More
If you don't need luxury, but want a room to be clean, comfortable and convenient, this is a good choice. My husband and I stayed one night on our way to Utah. We had reserved the room through Expedia, and check-in took less than 5...More
If I could give the Budget Inn a zero rating, I would!! Booked a Standard King Room on the first floor, since hotel does not have an elevator and we can't climb stairs. The cost was about $100 per night (not cheap). When we arrived...More
Bed was comfortable. Was able to check in early. Has a fridge and micro.
Very small room, noisy bathroom fan, hard pillows, front desk guy grouchy, no breakfast offered. Wifi was free, but not secure.
I know its called Budget Inn. Found out...More
Stayed there for 10 days and we had an overall good experience. We don't ask for much anyway since we spend very little time in the room when we travel.. Essentially just to sleep. The bed was comfortable, the room was clean and quiet, the...More
Response from shutterbug1976 | Reviewed this property |
No security but it was as safe as any other hotel. I believe there are surveillance cameras in the office. I was driving cross-country and had a suburban filled with things. I took expensive equipment in as I would at any... More
No security but it was as safe as any other hotel. I believe there are surveillance cameras in the office. I was driving cross-country and had a suburban filled with things. I took expensive equipment in as I would at any hotel. I backed in & parked in front of our room. I'm a female traveler & didn't feel unsafe with my two sons. As with any place, just be smart. Thieves are everywhere an opportunity presents.