We overnighted at the Innkeeper Winston-Salem on our way down to Myrtle Beach. We chose this hotel out of the several available based on travel guides we picked up at the nearest Rest Area. We found coupons advertising rooms for $39.99. As this was the most inexpensive in the area, we headed for the Innkeeper.
When we got there we were told that they don't honour the coupons during holidays or special events (and this is true, it says right on the coupons), and the special event being held in town was some sort of furniture convention? Anyway, the only cheaper hotel in town was a very sketchy Motel 6, so we decided to pay the $59.99 and stay the night anyway.
First stop on the holiday, and already there were problems. The room when we arrived in it had a thick, perfume-y odour, it took quite a bit of getting used to. After turning on some of the lights we made the decision to keep most of them off, because we didn't really want to see the dirt. There were makeup smudges on pillowcases, what looked like makeup around the sink in the bathroom, and the carpets near the beds were not clean. We considered leaving, but we were road-weary and just wanted a place to lay our heads.
The beds were adequately comfortable, the fridge and microwave worked perfectly, and the bathroom was for the most part very clean and well-appointed. Best feature of this hotel? Free wi-fi internet access in the rooms! It was great to have when we stayed here; it allowed me to plan the next few days of the trip.
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