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The location was perfect it was 3 miles from where I was visiting on business. The rooms were very clean. Normally a non franchise hotel off the highway you would expect to be dirty and stank! This hotel has new carpet , I do not...More
I frequent the Charleston and Columbia areas quite often for work and to visit friends. When I come to this area, there is only one place I stay, Peach Tree! Don’t get me wrong, this is no resort hotel. Not everything in life is $300...More
Dirty run down facility. Non smoking rooms smelled of smoke. Advertised internet did not work. Breakfast was an absolute joke, couldn't even get a decaf coffee! We were travelling with family and our suggestion to stay at this hotel was very embarrassing.
I am mystified as to how this hotel got a 4 star rating. We stayed in a handicapped room, the shower stall had black mold all around the floor. Otherwise the bathroom was clean. The beds were ancient, not just old. The bed skirt was...More
I stayed here for 3 weeks on business. The price was great and the location was good too. Right next to I-95. No problems in the room and the housekeeping was promt as well. Didn't expect much for $50 bucks a night, but I was...More
US$54 - US$82 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I strongly suspect that the ownership has some Internet-savvy family members who create false ID's and post bogus reviews. It happens all the time. The positive reviews all have the same "cadence" to their writing, as if the... More
I strongly suspect that the ownership has some Internet-savvy family members who create false ID's and post bogus reviews. It happens all the time. The positive reviews all have the same "cadence" to their writing, as if the writers all originated from the same place. Perhaps they're just all from the same region, and they have a network of folks who help each other's businesses out by writing false positive reviews. It's too bad that Tripadvisor doesn't actually send people to the hotels to verify the veracity of these statements.