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All reviewsno elevatorfront deskwafflesking roomgrand canyonhard boiled eggsindoor pool and hot tubone nighttoilet and showerbed was comfortablewould stay here againbiscuits and gravyolive gardenfree breakfastcheck in was quickchoice hotelsrooms are small
We stayed at the Sleep Inn this past weekend while visiting our kids who are students at NAU. We stayed Saturday through Tuesday. We have stayed at other places with past visits. We think we've found a little gem and will stay here from now...More
We stayed 2 nights and it was everything we expected. Room was clean, a bit small but still plenty of room to maneuver, comfortable bed, and had a small fridge (no freezer.) Breakfast consisted of waffles, biscuits & gravy, fruit, scrambled eggs & sausage (or...More
In the past I definitely haven’t had a great track record with Sleep Inns, but this one is amazing! You can tell they recently renovated because everything felt new and clean and good. Our bed was comfortable, the shower was cool! The decor was really...More
Perhaps a bit pricey, but the room was very comfortable with all the expected amenities. Staff was friendly. Breakfast was self serve and included more than coffee and rolls. Good location near freeway and main artery through town. Has indoor pool and elevator.
We arrived 7/24 and were informed we had to wait for our room on the first floor until 3 p.m. So we did some shopping and sightseeing before we returned. The room was clean, but small. I thought the shower (there was no bath) was...More
I'm sorry I don't know the answer either. But.... I've always found that phoning directly to the registration desk can be very helpful. I don't know what the rules are for the U.S. but in Canada we don't turn away people... More
I'm sorry I don't know the answer either. But.... I've always found that phoning directly to the registration desk can be very helpful. I don't know what the rules are for the U.S. but in Canada we don't turn away people with service dogs.
I actually think you will find the management at Sleep Inn to be very helpful.