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Feb 27th, 2020
I chose this hotel because of its proximity to interstate 40 but I was sorely disappointed. I had made a reservation 4 weeks in advance but when I arrives at 10 PM I was told that the room I had reserved (a non-smoking double) had been given to someone else. I was told that rooms were allotted on a first-come-first-served basis. I pointed out I had made a reservation weeks in advance. I was told some people do not honor their reservations. I pointed out that even if I did not show up, I would have been charged for the room. They agreed but offered me a smoking double. I said I did not need a double. That was all that was offered. When I accepted that the room key would not work. So, they offered another room. The room key did not work for that room either so the manager on duty had to open the door with the master key. When I asked how I was to get back in if I left, I was told someone at the desk would let me in. This room was a non-smoking single, but it must have been under renovation because there was no threshold and the dresser was broken. However, the room was clean. Breakfast was posted for 6 AM. I walked through the lobby at about 6:15 but did not see any food. I came back at 6:45 and the only food was a few sliced of bread and dry cereal. Looking around I realize that this hotel is used as a long-term residence for some of its guests. I have encountered this before. They come down first thing and take all the food and normal travelers have to do with what is left. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Disgusting placer to stay!
Oct 25th, 2019
This was the worst Hotel I have ever stayed in. The comforter on the bed had cigarette burns. The bath tub had "duct tape" covering a hole that was in it...I have pictures of that! The smell was horrible. We were in town for a concert and tried to find somewhere else to stay due to the horrible conditions of this room. The parking lot has abandoned cars and furniture everywhere. The pictures you advertise are very deceiving. $169 for a dump. Do not stay here! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Worst Hotel Ever
Oct 20th, 2019
Don’t believe the pictures!! If they have rooms that look like them it was not the room we got. It was dirty and the door looked like someone had tried to break in. Stayed ten minutes and asked for a refund. We were told that we would be refunded our $152!!! It took 4 phone calls and almost 3 weeks to get the refund. BEWARE!!!!!! Also, first time to see a “Little Tree” air freshener in the bathroom!! TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Worst Hotel in America!
Oct 20th, 2019
DO NOT STAY HERE! When entering hotel, it smells like an ashtray. It says non-smoking but they provide ashtrays in the rooms. There are burn marks/holes in comforters and sheets do not look clean. Carpet does not look like it has been cleaned on months and furniture is broken. Also booked a King room and was given two double beds. Light bulbs were out as well. Upon entering the bathroom, previous guests used towels were still in the bathroom. Also tub was constantly dripping. And that's not the worst thing we saw. My brother-in-law actually had animal fecies in the corner of his room. I do not typically post reviews, but this was the worst hotel I have ever seen/stayed in and i felt the need to warn others. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
Oct 19th, 2019
I just tried checking in to the super 8 with my reservation and was told they were overbooked. I said ok do you have a walk hotel that you are relocating guests to. She said no, you can walk across the street or get online to try and find something. Mind you it is furniture market weekend and everything is sold out. Couldn’t believe they left it to the guest to find other accommodations when I am unfamiliar with the area and what’s around. I spent 15 years running hotels and understand overbooking but never did I tell the guest they were responsible for finding new accommodations. Have never heard of such a practice having worked for 4 different hotel companies. Bad situations happen but don’t tell the guest to find their own accommodations for the night after having a confirmation from the hotel. Very interesting policy. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER
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