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Clean room, no fee for pets
Opinión escrita el 31 de Octubre de 2020
The Motel 6 in Perry is right off of 75. While the rooms are very clean they are quite outdated. The rooms with accessible bathrooms face 75 and there’s a lot of highway noise. There are very few outlets in the room so it’s challenging if you want to charge your devices and plug in a medical device like a CPAP. All that said, the mattress was comfortable and there were no added fees for the dog.
Worst Hotel Experience Ever
Opinión escrita el 3 de Agosto de 2019
Rude staff. Rude owner. Poorly maintained.
We were in Perry for a horse show at the Fairgrounds and most of the hotels in town were already booked. There's a reason this place was not.
When we arrived there was a new receptionist being trained. While the woman training her was polite, the new employee did not once respond to any direct question with an answer or a reply, she did not say hello, or thank you, or anything that one might expect at a hotel check in. It was weird and awful and awkward...but the hotel had vacancies and was cheap, so I went with it. I booked it based on reviews of it's cleanliness. Oh boy.
The shower stall was so old and broken up that it was glued together with caulk.
The holes in the ceiling were plugged up with toilet paper.
The sheets and towels were stained and placed on the beds, or in the bathroom anyway!
The tv remote did not work.
There were few outlets for electrical chargers.
The blankets had not been cleaned and had crusty spots and stains.
No 'Do Not Disturb' signs.
The first night we had to get more towels, there were 3 of us and only 2 sets of towels. My husband went to the office and picked them up--the office next door.
The following morning, my husband was so grossed out and creeped out by the place that he asked me to be sure the hotel staff wouldn't come into our room. He was afraid to leave anything of value in there. Off he went to take our kid to feed horses and get ready for the day.
I asked an employee to be sure our room was left alone. He rolled his eyes and stomped off. So I left a note on the keyboard at the front desk. At no time was anyone at the front desk and we checked several times and at various times. Upon our arrival the receptionists came over from the hotel next door. (I wouldn't stay there either, but suppose that goes without saying. It's obviously owned by the same people.)
When I requested that the staff stay out of our room, I had made up our beds with blankets I had along just-in-case. The blankets that were on the bed have clearly not been laundered in a very long time. I checked the trash and shower and everything was the way I had left it that morning which meant no one had come into the room as per my request, so I grabbed what I needed and headed back to the Fairgrounds.
Upon arriving back at the room that night, it was clear that the staff had been inside our room. Nothing was missing. It was as clean as it was upon our arrival. The trash had been taken out, the soap replaced, the towels replaced.
Today my husband and I went back to make sandwiches so our daughter could have lunch. When we arrived the lock system on our door was lit up with red lights. We couldn't get into the room. We went the office. No one. We went next door. No one. We walked around both sides of both hotels and couldn't find anyone working there. We got into the truck to go back to the show because our daughter was there waiting for lunch and we were going to have to find something to feed her.
Driving back, it occurred to me that the phone might work. That the owner might have the lines forwarded to his cell phone. So I called. He told me he was only out of the office for 5 minutes and was, again, incredibly rude. We spent *a minimum* of 20 minutes looking for someone to help us. Instead of saying, "I apologize for being out of the office, we had something come up. I'm back now or you can reach me when you come back again," he went on the attack, calling me a liar repeatedly,.
When we went back to the get the keys reset, Mark asked him to refund our money for tonight due to our being unable to get into our room. The man attacked him, calling both my daughter and I liars. Repeatedly.
Eventually he did this to my face, called me a liar. This happened when my husband went in to turn the keys in so we wouldn't be charged for them, as the proprietor had demanded we do. I could hear him shouting and threatening my husband from outside in our truck, which was running. Both our daughter and I got out and went inside and the man started shouting in my face and calling me a liar. Over and over and over again.
We left it at that. There is no $60 worth being threatened, frightened, and called a liar repeatedly by an unprofessional, nasty staff at a disgusting hotel.
And now we are at the La Quinta. It's clean. The staff are friendly. My nervous system has relaxed and I am not afraid to be in the room alone.
a nice clean room in a nice little town
Opinión escrita el 16 de Marzo de 2019
Arrived late. Front desk was the friendliest of any Motel 6 I’ve been to. The room was CLEAN. The town was SAFE. It was exactly what I dreamt up after being on the road, driving for eight hours. A true flagship Motel 6.
Opinión escrita el 30 de Octubre de 2018
clean room, vinyl plank floor which was better than nasty carpet. No frills. No meeting areas, no breakfast . Close to shopping (Walmart, Kroger) food ( fast food & restaurants) Close to Expressway & fair grounds.
Opinión escrita el 13 de Octubre de 2018
We rented a room from this hotel, Hurricane Michael had come thru and my hometown had no power, my daughter had a 4h contest at the Perry fair so we decided to come up the night before and work on the project and try to rest. The hotel was clean and everything was fine. We left that morning to her to the fair, and I get a call from the manager saying I had stolen a pillow and he was calling the cops on me. After trying to explain we had not stole anything he hung up on me, and called back he rung up on me again. We left the fair to go back to the motel and try to figure out what is going on. Danny then told us he was calling the cops after he had time to watch the camera I told him he needed to call them now, I ended up calling them while waiting for the cops to arrive he sent his daughter(very sweet girl) out to tell us it had been found, I explained to her we where waiting on the cops as advised and they needed to explain what was going on. Upon the cops arriving Danny comes out to tell them he didnt mean to accuse us. How do you not mean to accuse somebody!!!