Stayed here mid-week (Dec 14, 2011), en route to TN.
Friendly staff. 1st flr rm #105 Senior rate incl tax was $60.47 Booked on Ramada site.
1st impression....good size room.....bedspread has seen better times.....sheets and pillows also a bit old. Blanket had a small hole, size of a pencil eraser.
Window looks out on a narrow drive and tall wooden fence, with businesses on the other side. It was pretty quiet, though, and few cars used the driveway size road, that I noticed.
Furniture a bit chipped here and there....room is clean and carpet looks pretty good, and was clean.
32" wall mounted LG LCD TV with a lot of channels, and HBO, but wires are hanging above the low dresser, (suitcase stand) and across the wall to the outlet 6' away....just a nit-pick.
Fairly large fridge, with a small freezer. Micro, and fridge were clean.
Bathroom tub, a bit stained on the bottom. 3 smallish, and kinda thin bath towels, and 2 hand towels, and face cloths. Bathroom was on the dark side, with no light over the tub, and recessed fluorescent tubes over sink. Everything was pretty clean.
Bed, and pillows were comfortable.
Shower (massage) head is a little different....I liked the normal setting. Plenty of pressure, and hot water.
Good Wi-Fi signal. and dependable.
Breakfast was typical of two star hotels. Hot selection was biscuits, and gravy. I didn't notice any eggs, or meat. The biscuit I chose was really hard, and unable to cut with the plastic knife. Make your own waffles. Coffee was really, really, weak, but super hot. There was only powdered packets of creamer. In room coffee was about the same....maybe it's the water?
All in all a good overnight stay when traveling, and I would stay here again at the right price.
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