guest beware after checking in too our room an to are surprise checking under the bedspread an looking at the sheets we found pubic hairs an a bug..front desk offered us an other room an it was never touched the be wasn't made an a pop bottle on the table so here again we contacted the front desk an got our money back , front desk told us to come back in a couple months an things would be better!!!!! but in the end we spent a little more money an stayed at a clean motel...
We come from WI. and have stayed here many times the rooms are clean and staff are friendly. We get the handicapped room when we can, and always on the first floor. We bring our dogs when we come and the noise dies down around 11 p.m. but mostly earlier then that. It's a comfortable place to stay. They know us by name now we have stayed there some many times and we are going to be staying there again in a few days.
My review echoes that of other travelers who stayed here. We arrived at 11:30pm, on a ND home football game weekend, and the front desk clerk stated that they canceled our reservation weeks ago because they had no record of a mailing address for me. Odd, as I gave them my complete info when I placed my reservation. They did, however, have my name and phone number displayed on the screen, so a phone call about this would have been nice.
There was one room left in the joint - an impossibly small room filled with smoke. Yes, the carpet was wet from the dripping A/C. Yes, there were rowdy people on the other side of the paper-thin walls. No, we didn't have an alarm clock or shampoo. And no, we didn't fit comfortably in the shower that my husband (who is very thin!) equated to a pill capsule for both its size and shape. I think the worst part were the ridiuclous "pillows" that were as thin as the sheets. Hardly passable as a motel. Spend your money elsewhere.
Our room was very clean and the noise level was low. The room had brand new showers and the staff was very friendly. Close to major restaurants. I had seen some of the reviews and I had imagined the worse. Thankfully it was not like that at all.
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