Welcome to the Americas Best Value Inn Goldsboro, conveniently located on US Highway 70 Bypass, the major thruway linking Goldsboro with Raleigh and the Eastern North Carolina coast. Goldsboro is the county seat of Wayne County and is the proud home of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. Our hotel is also in ... More
Americas Best Value Inn Goldsboro
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Welcome to the Americas Best Value Inn Goldsboro, conveniently located on US Highway 70 Bypass, the major thruway linking Goldsboro with Raleigh and the Eastern North Carolina coast. Goldsboro is the county seat of Wayne County and is the proud home of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base. Our hotel is also in close proximity to the Goldsboro Milling Company, Wayne County Community College and Waynesborough State Park. While in the area, be sure to visit the Bentonville Battle Ground historic site, the scenic cliffs of the Neuse State Park and Mount Olive, home to the world famous pickle company. For your dining pleasure, eat at any of the area's local restaurants such as Wilber's Barbecue, Chili's Grill and Bar, or Pizza Inn, which is right next door.Americas Best Value Inn Goldsboro is a 2-story, exterior design hotel offering affordable rates, tastefully decorated guest rooms with park at your door convenience, free coffee in the lobby, free wireless high-speed Internet access, free local calls, cable TV with HBO and ESPN, microwave, and mini-fridge in each room. Come enjoy our outdoor swimming pool with comfortable lounge chairs for relaxing in the sun. We also offer comfortable handicapped rooms for guests with disabilities. At Americas Best Value Inn Goldsboro, We've Got You Covered from the time you hit the road until your head hits the pillow.
I liked the staff. Sorry to say that is it. First room I had smelled of smoke, even though it was a non smoking room. We had to switch rooms. Rooms are small, dingy things. It felt dirty. Bathroom was just gross. The worst is yet to come....the sheets had blood stains on the on them. I had to go to the front desk and get new ones. The last thing I felt like doing after a day of travel was change sheets. I wasn't even sure if the blanket and covers were really clean. I didn't use them . Spend a little extra and upgrade to another hotel.
The carpet was filthy, there were small black hairs on the counter by bathroom sink, there were no free electrical outlets, the toliet wouldnt flush properly. the drapes ahd holes in them...the sheets felt like sand paper, and the room had an odd odor to it. I also noticed there was so much noise, random people were knocking on my door. I checked in around 12:31 pm and left around 9:30 the same day...I wouldnt even sleep in the room
My advice would be to spend a little more and pick another hotel.