Given the horrible reviews and some of my own bad experiences with the hotels along the I-95 exits in North Carolina, we decided to try something a bit off the main drag for a change on our way north from Florida. Every U.S. highway in South Carolina seems to converge in Sumter and most seem to take multiple routes through the town. With only the very brief directions from the hotel web site and a state-scale map, we were sure it would be impossible to find. Turns out we didn't get lost, but next time, I'll print a better map of the area. Sumter is surprisingly big, and there's anything you want right near this hotel. We wish we waited until Sumter for dinner instead of grabbing fast food off I-95 a little earlier. No real complaints about the hotel. The front desk was quick and checked us right in. The room was clean and nice. The air conditioning unit didn't seem especially powerful and took a while to cool down the room. It shut itself off more often than I'd expect, but eventually the temperature became comfortable. Wireless Internet was easy and reliable. Breakfast in the morning was your typical selection for a hotel such as this. We'd take the side trip to Sumter again and would at least consider the Sleep Inn if we do.
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- Sumter Sleep Inn
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