Most of the motels here are really in rough condition due to the influx of oil and gas workers. I'm not criticizing the workers at all, but the lifestyle by its very nature is rough on hotels when they account for most of the guests.
The Holiday Inn Express in Carlsbad is over $200/night, and the Fairfield is over $300.
I refuse to pay that for a room, so I put up with this place, as it is clean and the people friendly.
However, it is wearing down like the rest. The pool had a foot of scummy stagnant water in it, and the hot tub was empty this last trip and it was still over $95/night. The back entrance door, which has always required a room key to get into before, was unlocked the whole time I was there.
I wish someone would build a decent hotel here with rooms at a decent price.
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- The US Travelers Inn and Suites is ideally located near some of New Mexico’s best features such as Carlsbad Caverns National Park, Living Desert State Park, Lake McMillan, Carlsbad Museum & Art Center and Brantley Lake State Park. This 100% non-smoking Magnuson Hotels affiliate offers guests a Continental breakfast served daily, free high-speed wireless internet access, free parking with room for large vehicles, indoor heated pool, hot tub, fax/copy service and exercise room. Unfortunately, pets are not accepted at this location. ... more less
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