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My husband and I went up for my niece's high school graduation. He found this motel online and the pictures and reviews all looked good for the price so he booked it for the 3 nights we were going to be in town. Our room...More
Located across the street from the Governor's Mansion, this is a great location for visiting the state house as well as the historic district. Everything is within very easy walking distance. Though the exterior seems dated, my room was very clean and comfortable. I had...More
Lovely bed and selection of pillows -- and no noise from the train out back. Room and parking were great!!! -- you can walk to all the Lincoln sites and good restaurants and pubs from there. Breakfast was minimal -- not even any decaf coffee,...More
I have traveled quite a bit, but I have never come across a room so small as this. 2 double beds barely fit in the room. No remote for the TV. Nothing stayed plugged in because the outlets were so outdated. The one outlet by...More
I have to admit the exterior of this hotel gave me pause...a LOT of pause. But I was only there for one night & the rate was cheap so I decided to man up and check-in. I was pleasantly surprised opening the door to my...More
I lived here for a month last October. Never once saw a mouse or heard of anyone getting bedbugs. I loved the old style atmosphere, how close I was to downtown, and some of the front desk staff. Though, I'm currently... More
I lived here for a month last October. Never once saw a mouse or heard of anyone getting bedbugs. I loved the old style atmosphere, how close I was to downtown, and some of the front desk staff. Though, I'm currently backpacking Asia, so my standards might not be too high. ;)
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"Keep as far away from the train tracks as possible, although I don't think it will matter"