Clearly this was aold Holiday Inn or other upscale hotel back in the day. The room decor was very early 90s, but isnt wasnt horrible. The lobby was massive. I got a call in the afternoon saying they overbooked the hotel, and if it was ok to put us in a double bedroom twice the size. I agreed and advised we wouldnt be there till after 1am. I arrived and he knew exactly who I was! Check in went fairly smooth. The room we got was 2 standard rooms, with a door opening so you can go back and forth. One of the rooms had a couch and loveseat, mini fridge and microwave. Both rooms still had their bathrooms. The beds were decent. They keep the plastic on the box spring like it would come from the store. TV was confusing, as it wasnt programmed right and switching channels took forever. I didnt bring a computer so I dont even know if they had wifi. I also didnt inquire about any sort of free breakfast. We slept fine, and werent disturbed. They seem to get a lot of construction workers, as a sign says "Please keep car radios down while driving through at X time as construction workers are sleeping" or something like that. It seem to be AMERICAN run and everyone spoke english. No night time security glass check in either. Theres almost no food around, but this neat convenience store across the street that everyone seems to go to for all sorts of food. For $51, id stay here again. It was cheap, clean and comfortable and had zero frills.
- Reservation Options:
- TripAdvisor is proud to partner with Expedia, Ebookers and Hotels.com so you can book your Gills Inn & Suites reservations with confidence. We help millions of travellers each month to find the perfect hotel for both holiday and business trips, always with the best discounts and special offers.