Finding an ideal budget friendly motel in Hammonton does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Red Carpet Inn & Suites, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Red Carpet Inn & Suites, visitors can check out DiMeo Farms & Blueberry Plants Nursery (2.7 mi), which is a popular Hammonton attraction.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Red Carpet Inn & Suites offer air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including 24 hour front desk and newspaper. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the pubs, including Alley Bar&Grill At Didonato's Family Fun Center, West End Grill & Bar, and Applebee's, all of which are a short distance from Hammonton Red Carpet Inn.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out The Batsto Mansion, which is a popular historic site amongst tourists.
Red Carpet Inn & Suites looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Hammonton.
2 thumbs up! new ownership has this motel in tip top shape with super friendly staff aims to plz along with exceptionally clean upgraded rooms and immaculate grounds keeping makes this a wonderful place to stay on site washer & dryer makes it great for those extended stays on business or if you are looking for a little getaway. its conveniently located mid-way between Philadelphia and all shore points, Atlantic city. easy access to the AC express way. its great location and fair competitive pricing you won't be disappointed.
This was by far the most disgusting place I've ever stayed in my entire life. Before I even did a detailed inspection of the room I wanted to walk back out. The door framed was patched together with wood putty and looked like it had been kicked in very recently. The "headboard" was ripped off the wall and laid against the opposite wall. The bathroom door was warped from apparent flooding if the stained floorboards were any indication. Not only was it wavy but placed directly in front of the toilet so you had all of 8 inches to wiggle into the bathroom. Which speaking of; the garbage was full of cigar guts and god knows what else. The towel bar was also ripped off of the wall so there were gaping holes in it. The toilet seat was also broken off so that was fun. Oh and when you use the sink, it leaks all over the floor. And then there were the beds. The coverlets had cigarette burns all over them. When we pulled them down the other side was even worse. The sheets just looked skeevy and the pillows were totally yellow. There was no hope left for them. I judged it safer to just sleep on top of the coverlet. Since we didn't wake up covered in bites I'm going to go out on a limb and say at least there weren't bed bugs but maybe we just got the lucky room. With the right lighting it could actually look like a place you would find a junky holed up in.…
BEWARE. DO NOT STAY HERE. I never ever write reviews, but I feel so compelled to because of how horrible this place was. walls were run down and paper thin (we heard the couple next door doing the dirty, AND heard their loud country music blasting through at 7am) the toilet paper was half used with no fresh roll so it was lucky we had some in the car, the top cover of the bed had YELLOW stains on the underside. there was no blanket in between that and the sheet, so we had to use it or else we would have frozen. the carpet was sticky. like, amusement park sticky. and the worst part - after getting out of the shower (where the water was lukewarm at best) THERE WERE LITTLE BLACK CURLY HAIRS ON THE TOWELS! BOTH OF THEM! gross gross gross. you get what you pay for. we spent $55 on a deal with hotwire which usually gave us great places to stay in. IF YOU HAVE TO STAY IN HAMMONTON GO TO THE ECONOLODGE…
I made reservations for the Red Carpet Inn in Hammonton, New Jersey several months in advance for July 4, 2013, and was given a confirmation number. When I arrived that afternoon I was told that "all reservations were cancelled" and there were "no rooms." After discussing this with the non-English-speaking front desk person, "Nicksa," he said, "You pay more...?" I said that was extortion and I would call the police. The police said it was a civil matter but "Nicksa" then said he had my room, at the quoted price. The promised "free breakfast" never materialized. The room was not in good condition, and the whole experience was terrible.
Had to attend a funeral in Hammonton and Red Carpet was the only place available. Stayed only 1 night. The room was absolutely filthy. The toilet had a crack in it so they had the water supply turned off. The manager knocked on our door and told us that if we wanted to flush the toilet we needed to turn the water supply on. They had a waste basket under the tank to catch the leaking water. The spread on the bed had easily 30 yellow stains on it. We noticed it when we turned it down. We put the spread on the floor and turned up the heat. Didn't want to sleep under urine and semen. My wife woke at 3am to use the bathroom and when she went to open the door the handle came off in her hand. To sum my experience up, I would say if it burned to the ground it would be an improvement. That sums up how bad it was.…