Motel 6 Reno Airport - Sparks

2405 Victorian Ave | Sparks, NV 89431-4134  [SEE MAP]Sparks, NV  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 1


May 5th, 2020

Very unhygienic, unclean rooms. The first room had pubic hair and a bodily fluid stain on the sheet (i.e. semen), cigarette burn and paint stain on blanket; no toilet paper; batteries were jacked from the remote, dirty towel left, and dirty floors. 2nd room had a giant palm-sized BLOOD STAIN SPLATTER on the shower curtain... (and remember, we're in the middle of this COVID crisis too!)) I've called several times, both management and Guest Relations at the corporate office. After several calls, and wasted time, I was finally given only a 50% refund... The whole affair was appalling. I won't be staying at another Motel 6 again. I recommend you don't either... TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 1

Just bad, avoid at all costs

Mar 24th, 2020

We just needed a bed to sleep in, so I wasn't going into this with high expectations. Check in employee was indifferent. Our room was riddled with problems, including blood looking substance on the only wash cloth provided. Cabinets chipped and falling apart, hair on bathroom wall (wasn't mine), bathroom floor dirty, yellow drips on bathroom wall, it goes on. In addition, we were supposed to be in a non smoking room, as I have asthma and am extremely sensitive to smoke. The room reeked and there's an ashtray on the dresser. We went to the front desk to get more towels, a wash cloth and maybe see if there was a non smoking room available. I am told by another indifferent employee that ALL of their rooms are smoking, they have no access to the laundry, it's closed so I'll have to wait until morning to get more towels. We were leaving first thing, so just opted out of showering. So, it seems that many of these rooms are rented out by the week to people who basically rent motel rooms by the week. We witnessed a drug deal, and pretty sure the room above us was dealing, there were people coming and going all night (up until about 3am). Motel 6 should be ashamed to be associated with this property. To top if off, I received an email from Motel 6 asking for my feedback with a broken link. It's as if they already know it sucked. The only bright spot was the employee at check out, he was pleasant TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 1

Hookers, Johns, bloody sheets and showering in socks

Nov 26th, 2018

Basic points: I had been driving for hours and hours and had to stop and sleep. This was the only room I could find that was available that was under $190. I didn't expect much. There were homeless people standing outside the hotel room door waiting to ask for money or a ride somewhere. The flooring was filthy, covered in blackened, sticky gum, lint and hair. I ended up using the towels and bedspreads to make a path to the bathroom to keep my socks clean. When I pulled back the sheets on my bed, there was old blood stains all over the fitted sheet so I slept in my clothes. All night long, the upstairs neighbor was clearly "working" as the shower ran 3 times in the night after vigorous headboard noises. I finally just got up about 3am to take a shower and check out, but the tub was filthy so I showered in my socks and then threw them away. Upon checkout at about 4:30am, I was packing the car when an Uber pulled up with another hooker and her drunk john from the casino. All in all an interesting conversation with my teenagers about the dangers of poverty, drug use and gambling. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 1

Worst stay in a hotel yet.

Jul 17th, 2018

We booked this hotel online due to its proximity to the interstate while we traveled. We should have spent more money and stayed elsewhere. Upon arrival, I sat in the small lobby and listened to the evening front desk come on duty, complain to the day clerk about the road closure and having to “flip a b****” to get into the parking lot. Awesome first impression. Then our room wasn’t ready and we were told it would be ready at 3. I think we got our keys at 3:40 after we were told the room was finally cleaned. This was probably the filthiest room we’ve ever come across. There was hair everywhere. The toilet had fecal matter on the seat. When I walked outside to go to the front desk, a housekeeper (I’m assuming the head housekeeper as she was holding a clipboard and inspecting the room next to us) was going into the room next door with a cigarette hanging out of her mouth. I asked if we could have more linens because ours were dirty and more sheets since there were hairs all over them as well. She brought me 1 set and said there were no more clean sets. She did bring me more towels and a couple wash cloths. I did let the front desk know how dirty the room was and she said sorry but no offering to help fix the matter. I bought Lysol wipes and cleaned the toilet myself. I could go on further about the discussions that went on between “management” (I use quotations because that’s what he called himself and complained about) and staff, but I’m just over it. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 2

Poor choice

Jun 1st, 2018

Registering was impersonal. The little millennia clerk was not friendly. Needs better people skills which iPhones don't provide. Wish I got her name. "Welcome to Motel 6. Register on the screen." Don't remember a please. This motel is due for an outside paint job. Looks rather ratty, paint flaking, etc. Reminds me of touring in Panama. Doesn't measure up to a Super 8 or even Econo Lodge. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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