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There aren't bedbugs, I guess?
Oct 17th, 2019
Janky. That explains the entire experience here. I came here on a long road trip. I originally went to the Kellogg East location, but they were full, and recommended I go here. Firstly, driving from Kellogg East to here was odd. The exit (none of this is Motel 6's fault) drives you past the Motel, and then you have to loop around the highway. It is just odd. The location is in a desolate, strip-mally area (as is common for airports--again, none of this is dinging the Motel), which could or could not be safe. Upon entering and checking in, I was greeted by a man behind bulletproof glass. He was on the phone for a good 10 minutes, so I waited and perused the 'exciting things to do in Witchita' pamphlets. (side-note: I have found that people in not-exciting places sure have a lot of these things) There were a lot of weird signs about deposits and extra charges and holds on cards (many employing the look-out-here-comes-an-S apostrophe, my pet peeve). Eventually, I book my room. Communication was difficult through BULLETPROOF GLASS and only a little scoop for transference of cards or money. When I gave him my chip-enabled credit card, he had to unlock the door so I could punch in my PIN. At this point, he made a crack about my appearance (O...K...) and it took another 10 minutes for him to make photo copies of my licence and a bunch of other really confusing stuff that I haven't had happen before at a Motel 6. I've been to sketchier Motel 6s (I'm looking at you Medford, OR), so didn't really understand why these 'security measures' were at DEFCON 5. I'm now chalking it up to sheer paranoia. We looped around back to our room. Parked between a couple of dumpsters (they were doing construction of other rooms--work that started at 8am (mind you, we got there at 11:30pm). We were FORTUNATE enough that this didn't impact our stay. But the janky signs in the yard (No Poo & pe), the construction debris in front of the garbage bins, random (poop-strewn?) doors near the stairwell contributed to a skeeziness that we felt. (by the way, that sign didn't work: there was a turd right off the path in the grass that I narrowly avoided: also, where the hell else are dogs supposed to go to: there is no other patch of grass in this concrete jungle? (we pick up our dog's poop with a poop bag like civilised dog owners)) Again, janky. The room was typical of a Motel 6. Queen Bed. Orange wall. Weird rolled-towel holder thing made of particle board. In the bathroom, there was a metal towel holder--it had rust stains on the wall. There were some (blood?) stains on the bathroom wall. Otherwise, the room was fairly clean--no mites or bedbugs...no dust in the corners. But I have to say, this was the least comfortable bed I had slept on. It was creaky, sagging in the middle, and a VERY poor quality sleep. My partner was so skeezed out by the stay that I had to up my game the next time and move beyond Motel 6. Apparently, Days Inn has our loyalty at this point. Sorry guys, you wrecked it for the whole chain. I probably won't be going back.Been a customer for 35 years, but... it's just too risky now. And if I see a response that 'this isn't typical for Motel 6 standards' or whatever, I will laugh. Yeah. We know. That's why we're complaining. This is an ownership/management problem, not a Motel 6 problem. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Vacation across the USA
Jan 15th, 2019
The beds had not been changed and the sheets were dirty. I phoned the desk and I was told me to come and get clean sheets. I changed the bed myself with ripped sheets. The floor was dirty and pizza? on the carpet. Staff did not care about service. For the rest of our vacation we avoided Motel 6. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Adequate for Short Stay
Jun 21st, 2018
This Motel 6 is typical for the chain, small rooms with morning coffee available in the office but no coffee maker in the room. It is conveniently located near the highway and airport, though current construction makes access somewhat confusing. The desk clerk was friendly and efficient, and our room was comfortable and clean. The area felt safe and secure. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Mar 31st, 2018
I was traveling through and stayed for the night. For such a good price I was expecting very average. The motel 6 I stayed at the previous night was even below average. But what a surprise this place was! Clean, a generous size room with a king bed and a very friendly funny and joyous owner! I definitely recommend it! Thank you Ron! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Clean, updated and nice staff!
Dec 9th, 2017
I was in town with my family and this motel was just what we needed for the cheap price. The front desk person Chelsie was very sweet and helpful. We will be back again when we are in town. Pets are free and it was nice being able to have our dog with us. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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