Looking for a place to stay in Arab? Then look no further than Quality Inn Arab, a hotel that brings the best of Arab to your doorstep.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Quality Inn Arab offer air conditioning and a refrigerator.
Guests of Quality Inn Arab are also welcome to enjoy a pool and free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While staying at Quality Inn Arab, visitors can check out Arab Historic Village (1.3 mi), which is a popular Arab attraction.
If you are looking for a good diner, you may want to check out Latham's Pharmacy and Grill while staying at Quality Inn Arab.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Quality Inn Arab as you experience everything Arab has to offer.
Had to book rooms last minute due to a funeral. Group included 2 elderly people that walk with canes, and one with a broken ankle. We had to take 2nd floor rooms. Asked where the elevator was, there isn't one. Not good at all. They have full size mattresses on Queen box springs, be careful. Room 1 had no issues. Room 2 had a toilet that clogged and overflowed. We were moved to another room with the exhaust fan hanging from the ceiling and not working. The pool is covered with scum, not that swimming in N Alabama is happening outside in October anyway. The advertised gym was closed during the entire stay with an "out of order sign". Room 2 had torn duvets, then we found a large yellow stain on another. Gross. Breakfast was available, but was rarely replentished. We also…
Literally the only place in Arab to stay, exterior looked clean, room interior was OK, then the fun started. Hotel is behind McD and near a major highway so bring your earplugs. Air con was quite literally the noisiest thing I have ever heard, it almost drowned out the exterior. Either way it was NOISY in the room. Internet is straight out of dark ages dial up, so SLOW. The "free" breakfast is free because your could donate the WW2 surplus items. Biscuits that where better suited to the NHL, coffee from the dark ages, etc. Overall I would drive the 20 mins to another place.
We thought it would be nice, our carpet was stain very badly, it was gross. I was looking foward to going to the pool, but there was loud foreign music blasting all day, on a weekday. The manager is foreign and extremely rude and should be fired, .Apparently Im not the only one that thinks thhat, according to other reviews! Check out is at 11 a.m. Got a knock on the door for housekeeping at 10a.m. Went to talk to the manager about it and she was very rude, however the housekeeper was an American woman and she had the decency to apologize! Thank you and u deserve a better job than that! Also my wife walked to McDonald's for breakfast instead of eating there, cuz there is a sign that state's to not take the food back to ypur room. Seriously!
Average small town motel. Was promised a room in the front when booking, but when we got there, we had to take one in the back, and as I am handicapped, it was more trouble for me. The handicap room was rented already. Clean enough, but somewhat shabby overall. We have relatives close by, and this is the only decent place to stay anywhere close.
I can’t say the last time we’ve stayed at a Quality Inn but were with family for a reunion in Arab and this was the only hotel choice. The room we were in had a little bit of wear but was clean, bed was comfortable, and breakfast was good for the hotel size. The afternoon front desk girl was so friendly and helpful, but the evening one was not very customer service oriented.