I've always have good experiences at Quality Inns in the past. The overnight rate was pretty good, so I thought that I would give it a show. You can tell that they bought the hotel from a previous chain and rebranded. I was disappointed to learn at sign in that there was no elevator. When I get up to the second floor where my room was, the smell I smelled upon entering the floor can best be described as crayons? A bit odd, but it immediately gave me the perception of a musty smell. The room I was given I was told by the receptionist (who really didn't seem to enjoy being there), that the electronic key had to be used a special way to enter, You have to swipe it 3 times very quickly. It worked the first time, but when I cam back from dinner, it didn't want to register. I was wondering what was so special about this room that I had to get the one with the special key. The room overall wasn't too bad, the bed was very comfortable (pillow top style, and I slept very well on it). The breakfast was typical bagels/waffle maker/cereal and fine. I wouldn't say that the experience was horrible, but I cancelled my following days and stayed down the street at the Best Western for the remainder of my stay (it was worth the extra $8 a night).
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