I stayed there for two weeks once....bad times...there were constant problems. One day...the pool would be open then, the next they were working on it. They were fixing the roof at the time also and the workers were loud and obnoxious. The people two rooms down from me fought constantly and had the police knocking at everyones door close to theirs. And, the absolute worst thing....I got bronchitis while staying there and was having trouble breathing...when they found black mold in the walls of the hotel from a room upstairs leaking water down the wall into the room below it. So, I immediately left and won't go back until it's completely remodeled...seriously. black mold can make people very sick. I'm not sure if u are supposed to rebuild around it or tear the entire thing down...but...I'm not risking my health.
the room was not clean. the beds smelled like vomit,floor was filthy it was not vaccumed.the pool was green and nasty looking .the motel needs help. i have always stayed in travel lodge, this one was the worsed. they seem like they don't care how the hotel looked. they need to cean the place up.
The desk clerk was pleasant but the hotel is in desparate need of repair. Team stayed for baseball at Hatbox--close to the field but....some toilets worked, some didn't, bathtubs horribly stained. Continental breakfast was probably the worst we've had. Curtains didn't close without leaving gaps.
I'm a frequent traveller in this route and this is my second time stay in Travelodge Muskogee. Everything got renewed. Looks like a new management. Looks new from outside. New sign board attracted me this time.
New lobby like a 5 * hotel. Rooms feels new. (Very very good, compared to last time). Excellent front desk staff. And a great American breakefast. Cant wait to enjoy the pool in my summer trip.Cant complain any more.
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