For a Friday and Saturday night stay, the rate was more than $300.00 total for February, which considering it was a coastal town, isn't too bad. The room had been updated from the Travelodge days, with items still showing the Travelodge emblem. Single serve coffee maker had only one packet (for one cup) of coffee and the coffee dispenser was cracked. Only 1 washcloth in the room. Queen bed was adequately comfortable, but the bedding was threadbare and the thin blanket not warm enough for a chilly February night. A second blanket or even a heavy bedspread would have been nice. Walls are paper thin, so you can hear your neighbor's every breath. Telephone was covered in sprinkles of dirt (not dust) as though someone had brushed off their shoes on the desk and the dirt made its way to the phone. Housekeeping needs to put a little more effort in cleaning and properly stocking the room. We stayed in Rm 26 on the 2nd floor.
Parking was horrid and tight, even for a midsize car. Full on the weekend and not adequate space for every room.
'Breakfast' consisted of dry cereal, powdered orange drink (Tang, or some such mix).More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking