Stay Away at all costs!
Reviewed 7 August, 2020
Where do I begin? On approach the sign looks like it could be a cheap strip club. Late night construction next door within 100 yards of the room, I'm talking heavy machinery. I have mobility issues and was told that there were no lower floor rooms available, upon inspection I counted at least 6 empty room, lugging a suitcase and a backpack up Two flights of stairs is enough to do me in, the clerk acted like he could have cared less when I advised him of my medical need. The room; Three tiny pillows that were not large enough to satisfy a tiny dog, The small flat screen TV was without a channel guide & nothing I enjoy more than channel surfing in the dark (no HBO, etc.), the shower amenities...it took 2 full size, 2 hand size 2 washcloths in order to get semi-dry (thin & felt like sandpaper> The soap was just large enough to wash my underarms, the gratis shampoo, lotion, etc. came in little flat foil containers which had basically zero product inside, the A/c was blocked by Two chairs that were too big for the tiny room (yes after stepping on the metal surprise, See below, I got to rearrange furniture in order to get any air flow), smoking was outdoors n/p & in front of every room (sitting on top of the A/C intake) was a .50 broken ashtray, the bedspread looked like it was grungy as can be so I slept on top of the sheets fully clothed with hopes that I brought any unwanted bugs home. Now the good; I brought my own pillows and toiletries. I was so disgusted with the help and general condition of the unit, I left at 3 am. Before you think that I am a fussy man who likes to complain, understand that I am a biker and ex-soldier that can put up with the worse of conditions. This motel quality back in the day would be called flop-houses.
Meets the basics to stay overnight
Reviewed 12 November, 2018
This low-cost hotel meets the basics for staying overnight. There was free parking available. The room had a refrigerator and microwave oven inside, though old. The heating was working properly. The free wifi speed was good.
The bathroom was very small and the tiles were very old with permanent stains. The hotel located in a slightly remote area. However, we booked this to spent a few hours at night, and the hotel served that purpose very well. Don't expect something fancy or very comfortable at this price range.
Clean and comfortable.
Reviewed 8 May, 2018
I stayed here one night while on a motorcycle trip. The manager was welcoming. The room was tidy and clean. I had a great night's sleep. I would stay here again and if accompainied by my wife I wouldn't hestitate to stay at this very resonably priced motel.
Can you spare a light bulb?
Reviewed 23 September, 2017
Continuation of our road trip, so looking for a place to sleep and hit the road again.
For a budget hotel the outside was presentable, not so much for the room itself. It was late at night, but still quite hot. When we got to the room it was extremely hot inside and took a long time to cool down. At first the place looked clean enough to sleep in, but further inspection proved this to be false. Had problems finding outlets to charge cell phones, had to push back the mattress to find one. There was a built in desk and the Wifi was okay, but it was dark as only 1 dim light bulb with the other overhead sockets empty.
In the morning when taking a shower you could see that the bathroom vent was probably cleaned about a decade ago. Only one light bulb for the fixture over the mirror that had 2 empty sockets. The water trickled out in the shower. The towels were very skimpy.
During the morning the air conditioner was turned off as it was cool enough for a period of time. When my wife turned it back on there was a strong urine type smell. After that we left as soon as possible.
Reviewed 10 July, 2017
The room was dirty and had cracks everywhere...location is decent though, right off of a road making it a decent stopover between Northern Cal and Oregon...there is a fridge and the room is spacious...barely adequate for one night