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Opinión escrita el 12 de Agosto de 2018
On a trip to glimmerglass, we booked this hotel last minute as it was the last room available. The outside of motel needs updating. An extension cord ran across the driveway from the building to the gazebo. The front desk man was very friendly and showed us 2 rooms to choose from. Upon paying, he had to swipe the card the old way with a carbon. The first room had a bad smell and was badly in need of updating. The second room was "updated" and didn't smell. We were told this room had new carpeting. The towels looked like they came from someone's house... not normal white towels but the gentleman made sure we had one of each size. Picking the second room, he handed us our KEY... yes metal key. The bathroom was very small and we never felt comfortable using the shower. Bathroom never looked clean, yellow drips on seat of toilet, fly excrement on soap packages. But the room part was fine with tv so new it had plastic on screen and remote was still in plastic. The ac unit plug kept falling out of the wall and there weren't enough outlets for our cell phones to be near us. Otherwise it was quiet and we slept well. Parking was a bit crowded. The continental breakfast consisted of a carafe of coffee and some sugary snacks in plastic so we left the next morning without eating. Again, the front desk person was the one saying this from a 2 star.
clean, well kept room
Opinión escrita el 11 de Septiembre de 2017
If you're looking for a 5 star hotel, keep going. If you're looking for a clean place to lay your head and to enjoy the surrounding area, this is a good place. Was visiting Sharon Springs for the Harvest Fest and to see friends. This was a good place since I would be out and about all day. Clean bathroom and sleeping area, had a fridge for my restaurant leftovers and a tv. Reminds me of the motels from the 1950's. quaint and good for a night or two stay.
Will not stay here -- and neither should you.
Opinión escrita el 26 de Agosto de 2016
I haven't even stayed here. I never would have based on the reviews, but there was nothing else anywhere close to Cooperstown. I still wouldn't book here but my husband, trying to be helpful, had a friend at work help him book it over Expedia. Big mistake. I'd already looked at this place(also listed as "Travellers Inn") and dismissed it as an option. Needless to say, I cancelled. Less than 12 hours after booking and two days prior to what would have been our arrival. We still got charged 50% of what he got scammed into paying to begin with. I called right away and spoke to someone there who first told me to email the information and he would forward it to his manager and then, on my follow-up calls, kept telling me it would be up to the manager. The manager who apparently is never there and never tells anyone when he will be there. On the third day/fourth phone call I told him that I couldn't help feeling as if I was being given the run-around he became rude and started telling me that I was being rude "trying to impose my will on him". Yep, I was. I was telling him that good customer service would require that he find away to reach his manager and notify him of an unhappy customer. He then put me on 'hold' until he hung up on me. He would not accept a call from me after that and instead sent me to voicemail.
Needless to say -- We are not getting our 50% deposit back and I will not be staying at this place, or it's other name - The Traveler's Inn - EVER. The guys runs a scam place knowing that there is nothing else available near the HOF. I put in a VERY strong complaint with Expedia and I HOPE they do something to correct their shady listing.
Even Google Can't Find This Place, and You'll Wish You Hadn't too!
Opinión escrita el 16 de Agosto de 2016
Google thinks the Traveler's Inn (aka Budget Inn) is in Cobleskill, NY, not 15 miles to the north. We discovered this the hard way. Unfortunately, we eventually found the Inn after calling the office and asking for directions. Unfortunately, since the accommodations leave a lot to be desired. The bath room is tiny, there was no coffee maker in the room, the electrical outlets are over used (four prong quadplex outlet extenders are no answer to a shortage of electrical outlets demanded by today's travelers). There is no WiFi and no breakfast.
Rooming is in short supply and hugely overpriced in the vicinity of Cooperstown in the summer (due to the baseball hall of fame and the Dreams Park, a youth baseball camp). Avoid the area or make reservations months in advance.
Opinión escrita el 13 de Agosto de 2015
This motel is grossly misrepresented in its advertising. It is in such a state of neglect I wanted to sleep with the light on. As per another reviewer, the bathroom is tiny and the towels are old. Everything is old. The pictures posted on the Internet are not of this property. We did not shower there. We barely slept there. Carpet in the room was filthy and threadbare. Walls were stained. Room smelled like marijuana. Curtains were dingy, some window blinds in other rooms were broken. The parking is so limited that your car is almost in your room. Coffee and tea for "free breakfast " are held hostage in dirty thermal carafes in the dingy office. Plan to stay in Troy, Albany or Binghamton but not in this place. It should not be available on reputable booking sites.