I stayed here the summer of 2012. Considering it to be a low price, I would say that you get what you pay for. The location looked ok when we pulled up. I don't know much about Bossier City so I don't know what locations are safe or not. This one didn't look the safest but sure not the scariest either, about average. It's just off the road. The beds were comfy and we had pretty good channels to watch on tv. The view wasn't great at all, on the side we got we couldn't see anything hardly. I didn't notice any roaches at all like the other reviews said, but maybe that's just my room. It was quiet though, until we were sleeping and heard a train blow the horn about every hour!! it was horrible. Me and my youngest daughter couldn't sleep but my husband and 2 other daughters are light sleepers and slept through it all. But the train was really close, like about 4 cars away from the hotel. The staff was very friendly. If you're just needing a place to sleep and are a hard sleeper then it's good for the price.
- Also Known As:
- Econo Lodge Bossier City
- Bossier City Econo Lodge
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Two story exterior corridor motel, with a New Orleans style courtyard offering 3 hot tubs and swimming pool. ... more less
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