water pressure & shower heads were great!bathroom was very clean.
rooms were spacious.good overall prices on rooms.
the place was hard to find hidden behind restaurants.
not alot of channels on tv to choose from but what they offered were good channels.
no clocks in rooms, you'll have to turn news channel on for the time.
Its ok if your not trying to spend a whole lot of money on a room sometimes the over priced rooms are the nastiest so I would go there again just look at it as anythings better then a chessy hotel you pay for by the hour imagine how GROSS those rooms are.
I traveled to Michigan to finally meet my real Dad and I stayed at the Motel 6 in Ann Arbor. It was the first day of Spring, but there were a few ice patches outside the hotel and the snow was flying. The non-smoking room was clean and smelled good. The heater was on full blast to warm me on a frosty day. This hotel was all one level which was nice so that I didn't have to lug my suitcases up and down stairs. It was landscaped really well and very picturesque. The color scheme of the hotel was perfect. The location was excellent, as it was right off of the main highway and down the exit slightly.
They had continual coffee made in the office with plenty of creamer packages and stir straws. I nearly slipped on the ice and fell down as I walked back and forth carrying coffee, and the hotel owner/worker expressed concern. Every time I had a problem, I called the office and the man "got right on it." My wake-up call came exactly on time and with a delightfully funny message! The bed was plenty wide and I slept comfortably. There were ample channels to watch on cable t.v. in the room. I had to make phone calls, and their phone was like new and easy to use(sometimes hotel phone instructions are hard to follow). Overall, my stay was very pleasant and let's just say that I wasn't in any hurry to check out.