I travel to Lafayette weekly and didn't realize a convention of some sort had come to town. I missed my chance to stay at my usual hotel and found one of the only hotels available was this hotel. I had stayed at a La Qunita in another town before and it was good. On the plus side, it is clean and the heating unit worked well. What got my attention was trying to take a shower on the first morning and getting lukewarm at best water. This was one of the coldest days of the year. I called the front desk that morning and was told that they were booked to capacity with 4 people to most rooms. The water temperature was turned up all the way but it didn't warm back up until later in the day due to overuse. Having paid a premium price to stay here, I was not happy with this. They must have known this was going to happen, why wasn't I told upon checkin? I could have showered at night. If their infrastructure can't handle capacity booking, why should they expect top dollar for their facilities and expect guests to suck it up due to circumstance? Other issues keeping me from staying here are the ever slamming doors, rock hard bed and thin walls. A door just slammed while I write this and it isn't even 7:30 am. Makes you want to book right away doesn't it?
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Check-in at our hotel for award-winning accommodations and exceptionally friendly staff who offer the best in warm, midwestern hospitality. Situated near the junction of I-65 and State Road 26 East, stay here to visit Purdue University and area businesses or take in history that shaped the country. Rooms and suites come with many conveniences - microwave, mini-fridge, work desk and chair, free Wi-Fi and more. The free Bright Side Breakfast(R) starts the day with hearty or light fare and plenty of coffee. Relax or play in the indoor pool, and reenergize in the fitness center. The many local and national chain restaurants along State Road 26 provide lots of dining choices. Travelers often prefer lodging in this community over busy Indianapolis. Higher education, a historic downtown, Native American history and diverse natural communities come together in this city one hour north of Indianapolis. Purdue University, Ivy Tech Community College and Harrison College graduate thousands of students from around the world every year. Among the manufacturers producing products here are Caterpillar, Subaru of Indiana, and Wabash National. The Tippecanoe Battlefield played an important role in Native American history and westward expansion. Settlers founded the city about 200 years ago, and many fine examples of turn-of-the-century architecture remain downtown. The area recently introduced a new state park that highlights multiple habitats such as wildflower prairies, woodlands and tall grass. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- La Quinta Inn & Suites Lafayette Hotel Lafayette
- La Quinta Inn And Suites Lafayette
- Baymont Inn Lafayette
- Lafayette Baymont Inn