This is not a bad hotel. It has seen better days, however. It is a solid concrete building, not creaky like those wooden Super 8's. When kids run down the corridor, everyone in the building doesn't hear it. My room was in need of an updating. Although the furniture and fixtures were high-quality, they were very worn and scuffed, and looked as if they were from around 1985. The mattress was comfortable, however, and everything in the room worked. I checked in late. The evening desk staff was efficient but not very personable. The morning staff at checkout were very friendly, however. They told me that this hotel is to become an EconoLodge.
The entire building is non-smoking and that information is well-marked almost everywhere you look. Despite this, my bathroom smelled very strongly of cigarette smoke. I do wish hotel guests would be more considerate of others.
Breakfast was included in the room price but is pretty minimal. The breakfast room was in another building and in retrospect the meal probably wasn't worth the time it took to find the room. Free parking in a close-in suburb of Charleston; restaurants and gas stations are nearby; easy access to the interstate.
The price was very reasonable at less than $50 a night.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking