The hotel is right in the middle of town, so it was easy to get everywhere. The room was clean, the staff was wonderful, the pool was awesome, and the breakfast was good, pretty much what you'd expect from a hotel. They do extended stays here, which is great! It was a better value than the Motel 6 up the road, which is about the same price and very run down.
Friendly service. Very clean. Fridge in room. Pool was nice. Good location. Comfy beds. No complaints.
The room was nicer than the exterior. had fun in the pool. Felt like a motel since access to everything was from outside. rowdy neighbors. flat bed.
The pool and location
The room was clean, although it looked old. The staff was not friendly and were not much help when questions were asked. It seemed like helping was an inconvenience. When we got to the hotel, we had to wait 10 minutes for someone to come and help check us in and there was no one there when we wanted to check out - they need more staff to assist their guests.
Make sure you book a larger room. The small rooms are really small and our first week there was unbearable. In the second week we were upgraded to a great room with lots of space, two sinks, vanity, good TV, for a very good experience. Staff is very helpful and friendly, pool and hot tub are good, too. Just don't book yourself into one of the small rooms, unless you can handle that for a night or two. Small room at first, but after 5 days were were upgraded.
Fairly clean Free breakfast included - cold sweet snacks, waffle maker, juice, coffee Tiny room with low ceilings Right by the road with all the traffic noise The walls and ceilings are paper-thin and the guests upstairs (teenagers) were roudy all night and didn't stop until 2am even though they were given 2 warnings by the management. I had to get up early the next day and couldn't sleep. For the $$ it was terrible and pictures looked so nice compared to reality!
Bed was ok Not secure; accosted by homeless beggar at side entrance which was not locked; plaster from leaky ceiling repairs all over rug, door knob and door; No Hot Water for shower in morning
Lobby and staff was nice. Seemed safe. Room not in good condition. Mold on shower ceiling. Tub stopper did not work (did not bother to ask for repair, as I was too busy). Bed was probably the worst I've ever experienced. "Spa" was a joke. No jets, barely hot, water appeared to be dirty. Pool also dirty looking. Pool area has great potential.
I've stayed here a few times because of the price. The staff is always helpful which is the only redeeming quality of this place. The front desk even watched my dog while I went to dinner. The place looks like it's falling apart. Wallpaper is coming off the walls and the ac units in the hallways were dropping condensation to the point the carpet was saturated with water.
Nice staff. Hallways and stairways FILTHY. Stained carpets everywhere. Hallways smell. Our bathroom's floor was dirty. No shampoo. Need more outdoor lightning. Tv didn't work.
It was an economy motel-simple accommodations, but at $46 you can't complain. It was equipped with a fridge and had a pool, so I felt it was a good value. There were a couple annoyances that I could overlook (to follow), however, the thing that really soured my experience happened after I left. I hand-washed my favorite skirt in the bathroom and hung it up to dry. Of course I forgot it when I left. I called the front desk 2 days later when I got home to ask if they could mail it to me (I would of course pay the shipping charges). They said nothing had been turned in, but they would call if it turned up; however, the cleaning service typically turns things in immediately after cleaning a room. Which means someone took my favorite skirt. I am super bummed about this. Beyond this, the some of the staff were just unfamiliar with the property. 1) The person at the front desk told me the rooms were not equipped with fridges. They were, so it was a pleasant surprise, but it indicated her lack of familiarity with the building. 2) Further, she indicated my room was on the wrong end of the building-again suggesting her lack of familiarity. Maybe she was new.
The location was okay. Not too far from what we were interested in doing (exploring Santa Fe) Filthy room-I don't think the sheets had been changed. Reeked of cigarette smoke (supposed to be a non smoking room) and plenty of holes in the bedsheets where cigarettes appeared to have been put out. Sketchy parking lot, people hanging in parked cars, weird corners-police cars circling, which was a relief since it felt pretty unsafe.
The room was clean and newly remodeled. Linens were fresh and the cost was really affordable. At night there were people yelling and screaming almost all night. It sounded violent and there was a lot of concerning language being used. Hotel staff was extremely unconcerned about it and asked us not to call the police. The internet did not work; even after we paid for it. The staff was shady; they made excuses for why the total was not printing on the credit card receipts and would only take cash for internet cards because "the machine is being weird" and then put the cash in their pocket directly.
Nothing Had to pay for wi-fi connection that didn't work until I complained 3 different times
There was a bed Room had burn holes throughout; location was terrifying. My friend and I are grown men in good shape and were both terrified to stay here.
More often than not Motel 6 still seems the best bang for the buck for those (like us) on a limited budget. We are seldom disappointed.