You get what you pay for.
The cleanest part of the room was the bed(thankfully). The carpet and sofa was in
dire need of shampooing. We had to wear socks the entire time we were walking
around in there, and by the end of the day, our socks would be nearly black from the
Fruit flies were abundant around the kitchenette. It was clean on the surface, but
there had to be some kind of rotted food somewhere. The kitchenette had a stove,
microwave, full refrigerator(with a partially functional ice-maker), coffee maker,
and a sink.
I didn't feel the most secure in there. There are several buildings of either 4 or 8
units each at the hotel, with apparently plenty of transients/long-term renters staying
there. (I noticed one unit had a cable-roller placed on it's side as a table, and a gas
grill on their balcony.) One night, when coming back, I noticed a gap between our
door and the door frame(I could see our lights through it). Upon closer inspection,
I could see at one time, the door was forced open with a pry-bar because the frame
was all chewed up. A steel plate was placed over the latch area which made that
more secure, but the sight of the door being 'chewed-up' and a gap doesn't give
me a warm fuzzy feeling, especially in the winter when the cold air will come through
Customer service: When the desk people greet you, they instantly ask "How may I
exceed your expectations today?" It is only lip-service because my wife was treated
very rudely by the male desk clerk one morning when she asked for extra towels.
(They are very stingy with their towels. You only get 2.) The female desk clerk
instantly went to retrieve extra towels, and in the meantime, the male desk clerk
proceeded to lecture my wife that it's not normal to have more than 2 towels in the
room. My wife responded with "women need at least two towels every morning".
The male desk clerk continued with his lecture, apparently forgetting that the
'customer is always right'. So, I wouldn't say that expectations were exceeded that
In fact, the room came nowhere near meeting or exceeding expectations. Thank
goodness, no more eclipses pass through Lincoln Nebraska!!! I've learned my
lesson and will never opt for a less expensive hotel again.
(I did send a review like this to the hotel chain while we were staying there. I never
received a response.)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our all suite property offers luxury bedding, fully equipped kitchens, and complimentary wireless internet. Guest enjoy a complimentary deluxe breakfast daily and evening manager's reception on weeknights (Mon-Thurs.). The Cloverleaf Suites Lincoln is also located minutes away from the University of Nebraska and downtown Lincoln and provides complimentary shuttle service within a 5 mile radius. Conveniently located in East Lincoln, we are just blocks from major business destinations such as State Farm Insurance, Ameritas, Lincoln Benefit Life, Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center, and Bryan LGH Medical Center ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Chase Hotel Lincoln
- Chase Hotel By Woodfin