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Reviewed June 12, 2018 via mobile

First off the room was ok. If you pulled into the parking lot, and then closed your eyes and didn’t open them until you got to your room, it’d be alright. Beds were ok, cable TV selection was nice for the kids and provided a nice distraction when needed.

With that said this hotel feels like a $60 a night hotel right off of the interstate. I think we paid $120ish and it’s about double what it should be priced at.

We stayed in the deluxe rooms. The floor is warped and squeaky in parts. Bathroom door hinges need some grease because the squeak big time. The ice machine didn’t work during the length of our stay. Every time we got back to the hotel at night our keys had to be reprogrammed.

The two guys working the front desk were cordial and accommodating but looked like they’d rather be somewhere else and who could blame them. Not a dig on them because they were helpful.

There’s a Mexican restaurant attached to the front of the hotel that appears to be a popular joint but they’re known for their drinks and not their food so that’ll give you an idea on the condition of the people you may possibly run into.

Other guest staying at the hotel had some creepy vibes, again giving that interstate hotel feel.

We visit the area every other year and unfortunately based off of our experience Main Street Inn will no longer be on our list of places to stay due to cost, condition, and the other guests staying there.

Stayed: June 2018, travelled with family
Thank bootney23
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Reviewed October 14, 2017 via mobile

While not a bad price, the roving bands of drunken guests make getting a good night sleep almost impossible. Calling the front desk resulted in the clerk basically telling me there was nothing he could do. There was a phone in the room, but not connected to anything; almost like a movie prop. They advertise free wi-fi but there is none. Oh yes, and the place suffered a major fire almost a year ago and it still isn't repaired. So you get to see rooms closed due to a fire and the fire alarm wires dangling from a box. Real secure feeling.

Stayed: October 2017
2  Thank Tour627770
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Reviewed August 28, 2017 via mobile

This is a converted Days Inn (the symbol is still on the doors), so I was actually expecting the worst as I've had repeated bad experiences at Days Inns. However, they have remodeled many of the rooms (at least mine was). The bed was comfortable, I personally didn't have any noise issues, the water pressure was decent, and the front desk clerk was friendly. The road is a bit weird to get in, my GPS took me into it in an even weirder way. The area seemed safe and there are many food options nearby. If you're passing through and need a bed, this works out well.

Stayed: August 2017, travelled on business
Thank J_S_2011_S_J
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Reviewed August 16, 2017

A two minute car ride from downtown center of Doylestown the staff was friendly, capable and knowledgeable There was lots of free parking on site Parking downtown is a serious challenge
Rooms were clean and simply furnished Could use grab bars in the shower/tub for safety Nice breakfast selections, area very clean
Good location

  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank sheila g
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Reviewed April 29, 2017 via mobile

The bed was probably the most uncomfortable piece of furniture in the room. The pillows were the size of two travel pillows and lumpy. The bathroom looked clean but the mirror was cracked. The phone was missing buttons. You could see the light from outside through the door jamb. WiFi was so weak that it couldn't hold a connection and was unsecured.
Stayed here before when it was a Days Inn. It wasn't great but it wasn't this bad. This was not worth $110 a night.

Stayed: April 2017, travelled with family
1  Thank Eleanor C
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