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Ive been here a few times over the last several years and I have personally been surprised and pleased with the recent renovations, both outside and in. They took out all the old trees and bushes that shadowed the hotel and replaced them with new...More
I wish there was zero rating to rate the lodge. I would have given zero stars. That one from my side is too much for the lodge. I stayed for like 4 days. The manager was the rudest person I have ever met. I stayed...More
I booked an one night stay online with 2 double beds for $89, when I checked in at the front desk they said since I will have 3 people in the room the rate would go up to $122. This doesn't make sense since the...More
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US$65 - US$100 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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You likely won't get a satisfactory answer from Corporate. They will tell you that each Travelodge is individually owned and operated by the franchisee. I know who these people are and nothing has changed for the better, apparently. I used to stay here but after falling in a slippery tube and complaining about a room with no screen over the dumpster, with an archaic free-standing safe that had broken from its base and tipped over and going myself to request extra pillows, I was issued a letter from the owner that I was not welcome here anymore, nor anyone who was associated with me. The Princess manager couldn't be bothered to come with me to see the missing screen/dumpster/safe concern I had, so I guess her hubby solved the problem. They can keep their cello-wrapped honey buns and spoiled unrefrigerated milk thermos for 'breakfast'. Yuk. Gross property.
7 April 2016|
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"The eastern side of the hotel would be the best for quiet."