Should be condemned by city.
Reviewed 23 September, 2021
The hotel front desk was very courteous but the hotel is in horrid condition. The building is unsecured and the deadbolt to our room wouldn't work. The door frame had broken wood and was damaged. The AC would only intermittently work. The wall heater was falling off the wall. The bathtub was discolored and stained. There was trash under the bed. The wall plugs were so worn out my phone charger wouldn't stay plugged in. The bathroom fan wouldn't work and it was caked full of crud which you could see because the cover was missing. The light over the bath mirror was missing light bulbs. The first bed we tried to use had hair lint and what looked popcorn shells under the sheets. Carpets were dirty and smelled musty. I cannot believe Wyndham has properties in this condition.
Do’t even STOP at this Propety
Reviewed 23 September, 2021
It was not what I saw on the internet. It is in such disrepair!!! Dirty, Nothing fixed and I was scared all night. I will not ever book a TRavelodge again. ALso, no breakfast due to COVID. I booked this due to the pictures showing all rooms were inside corridors. THe door to the outside was wide open with NOLOCKS.
Unsafe for Travelers
Reviewed 22 September, 2021
First, the good: able to check in early, room carpet in good shape, water got warm enough during shower. Now, the downs: ground floor window didn't latch (used a trekking pole to keep it closed), room heater maxed out at 63 deg, none of the exterior doors locked (the one closest to me had an empty hole where the lock should have been), there were at least 2 abandoned cars on the lot, the holes in the parking lot were numerous and deep, the lawn was tall weeds all around the building. Spend an extra $5 to stay anywhere else. I almost abandoned my non-refundable, prepaid night.
Worse than the JFK Inn
Reviewed 31 August, 2021
Where do I start with this? The pictures on the website made it seem like this was one of those “you get a lot of bang for your buck.”
Not only did I feel like I was about to pop a tire, just getting to a parking spot, but as soon as we entered the lobby, there was a sign that said to call a number because the front desk associate wasn’t available. No problem, let me call. What’s that? The phone number doesn’t work? Color me shocked.
She finally gets to the desk, and was sincerely very nice. We get our keys, she shows us on the map where the room is, and suggests we pull around back. So we do… and some toothless fella traipses out, to go do “something” (drugs) in the tall weeds at the end of the lot. Awesome!
We get inside, and the smell hits you. Of course, you have to sign off saying that you won’t smoke. Great, neither of us smoke. Except how will they know, since the room reeks of cigarettes, body odor, and something that smells faintly like regret.
The lock/handle is busted, so if we get robbed tonight, you’ll all know why. Is my car in the lot safe? Probably not, but we shall see. My insurance company is likely going to have a call from me at some point early in the AM.
You can hear the beds above you. Is the occupant above us rolling over, or spending time with a special friend? Your guess is as good as mine, but I fear the worst.
Now, let’s get to the absurdly disgusting part of this. It’s August 2021, and COVID-19 isn’t gone. So, my assumption would be that the cleaning staff would at the VERY LEAST empty the garbage can. You can probably guess what the cleaning staff did NOT do.
You’ll enjoy the pictures attached (enjoy the poop stained ironing board picture- really neat!)
Moral of the story: sleep in your car at a rest stop if you’re this desperate.
It was horrible and will probably never be back to that hotel
Reviewed 26 August, 2021
We took my boyfriend to Salt Lake City for truck driving school the first night was fine other then the tv 2nd night was horrible pretty sure ppl was above having sex bathroom aweful and more thenthat