I don’t know how it got good reviews. Won’t stay here again!
Reviewed 2 May, 2021
Took a chance on this, with few last-minute options. There were all kinds of issues.Linens appeared to be clean, but the floors were pretty bad. Lighting was bad in the room and worse in the bathroom. Paint peeling in the bathroom. Stained sofa. WiFi only had an internet connection about 5 minutes at a time, then it would go dead. You’d still be connected, just without a connection. Also, I really needed to print something. The ‘business center’ is just an old computer at an old desk in the lobby. There’s a printer at the counter, but they have no way to print anything... It’s a bit early in the year for a pool, but it looks small, maybe 12’ by 12’. I thought it was a hot tub, at first.
Breakfast was limited. I left early each morning, but it was set up fairly early.
There were a few good things. The linens were clean, the self-service laundry had several washers and dryers available. The mini fridge was larger than you find in most hotels and had an modest freezer, in addition to the fridge. The mattress was really soft and felt like it wouldn’t support much weight, but I actually slept pretty well (once I turned the extremely noisy air unit off).
This place had quite a few good reviews, but I’m not sure why. My guess is that they put some money into it a while back, and it may have been okay. But, lack of care over the last few years has led to quite a few issues. I’d suggest staying elsewhere. Magnolia Inn, next door, may be a bit nicer and a bit cheaper, but your best bet is probably to book early, spend a bit more, and stay at one of the higher end chain hotels.
Avoid at all costs
Reviewed 5 June, 2020
We stayed here for a few days (we had initially planned for 2 months). Very rude non-American ownership, tried to charge us extra for our service dog (illegal), house keeping barges in without knocking even though a "Do Not Disturb" sign is on knob. They must also be illiterate. Lots of door slamming by other guests. Weird shower faucet. No elevator, no breakfast, pool is closed, yet they still charge regular rates. Would not suggest for anyone to stay here (except people we don't like). Non smoking rooms yet they provide ash trays in bathrooms, really?
Reviewed 19 October, 2019
I expected more for the price ($66). The woman at check in was nice. I had to interrupt the check out guy’s breakfast to leave. No elevator. Used to be a Super 8. “Deluxe” breakfast was just prepackaged muffins and waffles. The walls were as thin as the blankets. I could hear the people down the hall’s TV all night as well as their talking. Hairs in the sheets. Outdoor pool. Free WiFi. Air conditioner worked. Ample parking. Close to Memphis, shopping and restaurants.
Reviewed 2 October, 2019
We had a quick overnight while traveling. Friendly staff, large room, clean and quiet. We will stop here again in the future. They have no elevator, so pack light or ask for the first floor. We did not eat the free breakfast.
Nice clean room
Reviewed 27 July, 2018
Stayed here while visiting graceland nice clean room .We got the room with a kitchen which was really nice plenty cabinet space full size refrigerator bed was comfortable,really enjoyed our stay staff was very helpful and friendly