Quality Inn & Suites

Com ótima localização no coração de Shawano, Quality Inn & Suites está a 5 minutos de carro de Crawford Center e de Shawano Lake. Este hotel fica a 3,1 km de Shawano Speedway e a 21,3 km de Menominee Casino Resort.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 38 quartos com ar-condicionado, geladeiras e TVs de ...

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Quarto standard, 2 camas Queen, para não fumantes

2 camas Queen

33 metros quadrados


Internet: Wi-Fi grátis

Entretenimento: TV de te...

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Máx 4 adultos

Máx 3 crianças

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Quarto, 2 camas Queen, Acessível, para não fumantes

2 camas Queen

Internet: Wi-Fi grátis

Entretenimento: TV de tela plana com canais premium

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Quarto standard, 1 cama King, para não fumantes

1 cama King

33 metros quadrados


Internet: Wi-Fi grátis

Entretenimento: TV de tela...

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Máx 2 adultos

Máx 1 criança

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Informações do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

Com ótima localização no coração de Shawano, Quality Inn & Suites está a 5 minutos de carro de Crawford Center e de Shawano Lake. Este hotel fica a 3,1 km de Shawano Speedway e a 21,3 km de Menominee Casino Resort.Sinta-se em casa em um de nossos 38 quartos com ar-condicionado, geladeiras e TVs de tela plana. O Wi-Fi de cortesia mantém você conectado e há programas a cabo para sua diversão. Banheiros possuem produtos de toalete de cortesia e secadores de cabelo. As comodidades incluem escrivaninhas e jornais de cortesia. Além disso, o serviço de arrumação nos quartos é fornecido diariamente.U...

104 Airport Road - Shawano, Wisconsin - Estados Unidos - 54166

Comodidades do estabelecimento

Entrada a partir de: 15:00

Saída até: 11:00

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    18

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    21

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    28

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Don’t stay at Quality Inn Shawano

Avaliou em 13 de junho de 2022

First room had air conditioning unit that sounded like grinding metal. Second room, wires hanging from the ceiling where smoke detector should be (it was laying on desk), hole from a fist on the outside of bathroom door, room not at all clean, lamps didn’t work. We spoke with the Manager and asked for refund and went to another hotel. Now 3 days later we have 2 charges on our bank account and no refund.

OnAir16661766980

WORST EVER!

Avaliou em 7 de março de 2022

First of all, I should have known better than to reserve a room when I had such a hard time getting anyone to answer the phone and when someone finally answered, they seemed to not care whether I became a customer or not. This a very lengthy and detailed. If you read nothing else, read this: DO NOT STAY HERE!!! Everything is run down and disgusting. There are zero amenities. I'm quite surprised that Quality corporate continues to be associated with this building. The Quality Inn flag is in shreds on the flagpole. Sad. We got there and the desk and lobby were deserted. Finally, a woman came and acted like I was interrupting her (at 8:00 pm). The room was horrible. We checked for bugs everywhere and sprayed lysol on everything. At this point we had no choice because we had driven 3 hours already, it was late and there was nothing else available in town. There is rusting door trim, a chair that needed to be thrown away as there was no support in the center to sit on, no drain plug in the sink, curtains falling down, door key cards didn't work, the microwave was unusable and had something brown all over the door, the heater didn't work right (we had it set to 63 and we were being roasted out and turned it to 61 and then it blew cold air---this was the beginning of March in Wisconsin and an ice storm was predicted for the night so it was cold). There was no water in the pool and I was told we could go to the motel next door and pay $5 to swim there. There was no breakfast to speak of. They had a few boxes of cereal, one packaged muffin, a carton of milk, and some yogurt in a small refrigerator and the thermometer read over 45 degrees! The coffee machine didn't work. OK, we lived through the night. The next morning, I went to the lobby and there were three very unhappy customers waiting for someone to come to the desk. No one ever did come. One person said they came there often to visit family but it had gotten so bad they weren't coming back. They said it USED to be a nice place. One woman said she went to find the manager last night and she came out of a room in pajamas. She and her children obviously live there. A bit later there was a young man in the lobby and he said he was waiting for the manager to let him in the housekeeping closet so he could get started. The manager was an hour late already. The same young man helped us carry our bags upstairs to the suite and said he had cleaned the room. I'm sure he did his best. Turns out he lived there as well with a young boy in the room down the hall from our suite. Across the hall was another live in with children who was behind the desk in the lobby and acted like he worked there. He like his music loud and on all night! He also liked to swear and said "nothing f--ing works in this place" when we couldn't get our key card to work again. We finally had to turn on the fan on the heater just to try and drown it out enough to sleep. The suite was not much better. It was bigger. The couch was so old and sunk to the floor when you sat on it. the closet door was broken ad not usable; the water was so hot that it would be horribly dangerous if a child were to turn it on! During the night there were several vehicles that came and sat in the parking lot for a while, then left. People visiting? standing in the freezing rain for a long time like they had no idea it was raining. I have a feeling it was the local place to make a deal. In the morning we just wanted out. No one was ever at the desk. No one cared if we were there, happy or not. The facia (Spelling?) is falling off the building and has been gone long enough that the wood is black and moldy. There are nasty cigarettes outside the building in over flowing ashtrays. Last words: Run the other way. Do not book this motel.

colleen1978

A Real Live Dump!

Avaliou em 7 de janeiro de 2022

This place owes points/stars. The only reason they got 1start is because I don’t have an option for NO stars. This place SUX!!! The office people don’t give a damn about anything including you. Dont know why the owners put up with this. The place is a DUMP! Find something else. The Four Seasons across the street is a little better because it has a bat and restaurant that has decent food. Pass on this one! Youve been warned.

pjw0007

Very disappointing

Avaliou em 7 de dezembro de 2021

We stayed one night over Thanksgiving as we were visiting people in the area. Pros - the room was clean and the bed was comfortable. Cons - keys didn't work, the lobby was grubby, there was no breakfast to speak of other than coffee, instant oatmeal packets and packaged muffins. Pool was closed. The main thing was a note on the TV console/dresser to the effect that if you were staying more than one night, you should bring your wet towels to the front desk for clean ones and put your trash outside your door for collection. Are you kidding me? I know there's a pandemic but this is sheer laziness. The facility is run by a family that is more invested in themselves than actually being professional. I'm glad we were there only one night!!!

sue_veeder

Sleep in your car…in the winter…in the Arctic Circle…before staying here.

Avaliou em 18 de outubro de 2021

We were a party of 6 with 3 rooms. My comments describe issues in each of, or at least one of, our rooms. In addition to the general condition of the building and rooms, it’s worth noting that any staff was virtually non-existent. Upon noticing some of the conditions such as soiled sheets (yes, what appeared to be fecal matter on the sheets after pulling back the bed spread for the first time), torn pillows and broken desk chairs, we went to the front desk to ask for clean items, or items in better repair. After finding no one at the desk, we opted to keep our eyes open for someone and continue to check back. This went on for hours; literally hours, with no one in sight. Eventually, seeing the cleaning/utility room door wide open, we were forced to help ourselves to clean sheets, toilet paper, coffee cups; virtually everything we needed over the course of our stay. The first 2 days of our stay, when the housekeeping staff showed up, they brought their toddlers in strollers. Not staying in strollers for long, the youngsters were soon running amuck throughout the hotel, often seen rolling around on the floor in the hotel lobby. Given the state of cleanliness in the hotel, it’s my guess that the housekeeping staff was either distracted by the children or didn’t care enough for their roles in the first place. Housekeepers were seen more smoking on the front porch area than cleaning the rooms, as evidenced by cigarette ash so thick on the outdoor sitting area it looked like snow. The below observations should give you a general idea of the deplorable conditions at this location: Room 105. When first checking in, the A/C was inoperable. We were relocated to another room and advised we would be charged an additional $9 per night due to Room 104 being a king bed “upgrade”. (Subsequently, after being relocated to 104 and returning the key to 105, we were accosted for leaving the door to 105 ajar…) All rooms had curtains hanging off of the rods. Holes/mildew/mold in/on shower walls. Non-slip safety mat in bathtub peeling off or gone altogether. Shower head in 102 so dirty with residue that it was half clogged. Shower function in 104 wouldn’t work at all. Soiled sheets on the bed in 104. All desk chairs damaged or broken. Unable to sit upright without leaning against wall or furniture. Torn pillows Carpet in all rooms and all common areas absolutely filthly. Microwave filthy. Counter surrounding sink in 108 literally broken. An obvious safety hazard as my wife pinched her fingers in it. Sign at front desk advertised daily breakfast from 6-9 AM, but nothing available but outdated milk (yes, outdated and sour milk) and stale cereal. Ice machine not functional. Had to attempt to contact front desk for ice out of a bag. Exterior of building in obvious disrepair, from rotting/broken porch rail spindles to missing soffit trim. Our brief interactions with the few other guests we interacted with certainly told us we weren’t alone in our experiences. One gentleman waited at the front desk for an hour for a receipt to no avail. After waiting as long as he could, and even trying to phone the number provided by a sign at the front desk, he was forced to leave in frustration. Additionally, as we waited for anyone at the front desk to check out (no one ever showed up) we saw another couple leaving in disgust who advised us if we were actually looking to check in, to avoid doing so at all costs. This is no exaggeration: Given the condition of the condition and cleanliness of the facility, both interior and exterior, and the virtually non-existent staff, one could draw the conclusion that some opportunistic “squatters” moved into a building scheduled for demolition and are trying to make a few bucks by continuing the ruse of an operational hotel. I would not have believed stories of a stay like this had I not been there myself. Since our departure, we have had a few phone calls with “Jessie”, the supposed manager. Her demeanor and attitude towards customer service are unfortunately on par with the rest of our stay.

robine230