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We got this from Hotwire! We will never use hotwire again. This motel was nothing like what they described. But for $60 motel in middle of virginia should be better than what we got. The ENTIRE building smells of smoke. The halls reak or cigarette...More
Bad smell in the hall way, outlets didn't work right, bare wires hanging from the smoke detector phone didn't work had bare wires sticking out. Housekeeping rude and ignorant. Desk clerk rude said she used my aarp discount but she didn't. Parking is terrible. Had...More
This hotel is conveniently located. That, however, is the only plus. The rooms are filthy. Stained carpeting, unknown fluids spattered on the walls, mold, and just general filth is what you can expect in the rooms. The room we stayed in had an ac unit...More
We stayed here 3 nights for a softball tournament this weekend. The hotel was a good deal and the location was close to the highway and lots of restaurants. That being said, the room did have a musty smell (there is no ventilation fan in...More
This hotel looks a lot better in pictures.
Though the lobby is nice, once you walk back to the hallway the whole atmosphere changes. The lighting is very dim. Most of the lamps throughout the hall are out. The entire hotel smells terrible. It's filthy....More
US$60 - US$81 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Why do you advertise that you have "free breakfast" when an employee confirmed that you do NOT? Advertising that you have an amenity that you do not have is called deceptive advertising. Advertisig that you have this amenity is the reason your hotel was chosen over a competitor.
10 July 2015|
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"Ask to see the location of your room on a map or diagram. Otherwise you might have a long walk."