Simple rooms- comfortable bed-refrigerator and microwave. Located on Hwy 101 - close to restaurants and shopping. They have elevator and ice. Nothing special but a low cost option for travelers. There is a guest laundry.
Everywhere you looked, it was dirty. The bedding was stained, hair in the shower, the bathroom sink had sand and stains in it, and it looked as if it had not been cleaned since the last guests were there (just made the beds). The carpet in the hallway was stained and had a musty smell as you walked in. If it had not been so late, and we didn't have our dogs with us, I would have asked for a refund and went elsewhere.
Check in and check out easy. We had a couple problems with the room that were resolved with housekeeping and the assistant manager. They went well beyond and would stay there again for the customer service. The room was sparse but clean and quiet. It is off the main highway and walking distance to the casino and grocery stores. Very convenient.
I stayed here because unfortunately I gave my friend “Shirley” permission to book us a hotel room after a concert at casino, which was a huge mistake (letting her book the room, not the concert). We now have a great story about our stay here, but I think I’d preferred to have had a good night’s sleep. I gave this hotel 2 stars because some of what made our experience way less than pleasant was the actions of other people staying there. The room wasn’t horrible- a very basic room with the bare minimum, which was what I was expecting in a Motel 6. Here’s the thing: I’m not sure why smoking is allowed in the rooms at all, but if you don’t want to smell weed and cigarette smoke all night, don’t want to deal with dogs all over the place, and want a good night’s sleep, DON’T STAY HERE. We had to open the window to get fresh air and I had to wear extra clothes so as to not freeze (VERY thin blankets on bed). The fire alarm went off at approximately 3:30 AM because of someone smoking. We all had to leave our rooms and go downstairs, unsure if it was actually a fire or not. Classy guest #1 and his wife (or girlfriend?) , classy guest #2, yelled and swore loudly at the hotel front desk guy (in front of kids...and dogs), who had no idea why the fire alarm was going off which made these guests yell and swear more. Other classy guests #3, #4, and #5 started yelling and swearing back at classy guest #1 in defense of hotel front desk guy, which it wasn’t that they shouldn’t have spoken up, it was just a swearing match at that point. I didn’t know one could include so many foul swear words in a sentence, but apparently these people can. Front desk guy should have called police instead of dealing with the abusive, obnoxious classy guest #1 (who behaved like a middle school child and was making a spectacle likely in hopes of getting his money back). I was hoping it was all just a bad dream. We were told there was no fire, cleared to go back to rooms. Classy guest #1 ranted and raved and swore up and down the hall a bit longer. People continued to smoke the rest of the night. I had to wear earplugs to block out all the noise. The walls are paper thin, and there’s a lot of space under the doors for noise and smoke to get in. Heard several classy guests (could have been a carryover from the night’s events) get into a yelling/swearing match out in the parking lot as they were making their classy departures later that morning. I really hope classy guests #1 and #2 had to pay for their “mother f’ing room”. I’ve never been so happy to leave a hotel and never come back.…
Uncomfortable beds, noisy, parking on the hill is a challenge for elderly people as the car door will pull you right out of the vehicle if backing in and if pulling into the space getting the door open and getting out holding the door weight to keep from getting shut up in the door is another real pain so parking in the rear lot is kind of scary as there are no luggage carts and uphill and darkl etc etc so if elderly I suggest elsewhere would be a better choice