Welcome to Loyalty Inn Maryville, your Maryville “home away from home.” Loyalty Inn Maryville aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
The rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Econo Lodge Maryville features 24 hour front desk. In addition, as a valued Econo Lodge Maryville guest, you can enjoy a pool and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Jade Garden, one of the Chinese restaurants that can be found in Maryville, which is a short distance from Loyalty Inn Maryville.
Loyalty Inn Maryville puts the best of Maryville at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Despite a reservation we never go our room. The small lobby has a few people in there, one shirtless and dirty drinking beers, just "hanging out". On the side of the motel two guys looked to be completing what seemed to be a drug transaction. We were cautious and asked to see the room, it smelled. Despite all that we had just driven over 1,000 miles and decided we'd crash there a few hours, then someone that claimed to be the owner suddenly said, "We don't have a room for you". Tired we gladly moved on and found a Clarion Suites only a few mines away that was cheaper and clean.
I arrived at Loyalty Hotel after a long day of delayed air travel , arrived at Loyalty hotel at 11pm. Check-in door was locked and there was a bell to ring and phone number to call if after10 pm. I rang the bell 5-10 times, knocked and called at least 5 times and the phone would be answered and immediately hung up. Finally after 15 min standing outside in 35 degree weather a man shows up obviously just awaked and barefoot. He didn't open the door and said he didn't have any available rooms. He cracked the door and would let me enter and said he didn't have any room I said I have prepaid for my room and he still wouldn't let me in. I tried to open the door but he was pulling on it & I didn't want to get in a tug of war to get in hotel. I was extremely pissed, which is something that rarely happens. I drove around the lot and there was only 8 cars in a lot that probably hold 100 cars. It's now 11:30 pm and now I have to go find another hotel in a rural small town and hope I can get a refund. I have been traveling all across the world for 25 years and never have I been refused to check-in, especially for a room I prepaid for. I would sleep in my car before I would stay there.…
Priceline overbooked me on Super 8 so I had to stay at this place, its really horrible and stinky place to stay, Room was dirty and old , there were no facilities at all and for the price I paid I feel like robbed.
Let's start by saying you get what you pay for. If you want a fancy hotel with lots of amenities, this isn't it. I spent 2 nights here and yes, it's outdated but the bed was clean, the shower was hot ( didn't drain ), staff was nice. I actually paid a little less than what they quoted me over the phone. I also asked for a ground floor room ahead of time which I received with no issues. Honestly if I was traveling without the family and needed a cheap place to stay in the area I would stay here again.
Rude front desk, they don't seem to care. Twice I was asked to go to a different hotel. I definitely do NOT recommend this place. I reserved a room for a sales guy and the website advertised FREE breakfast. They do not have free breakfast so that was a huge disappointment. When I tried to extend the stay and provide my credit card information (again) I was told they would call the police because they wanted their room back. The night desk lady assured me it would not be a problem and just let them know I needed another night. It's comical just how BAD the service is here.