Since it was late, and we had run out of options, we ended up here. The room was clean, and the beds were adequate. It was quiet.
This econo lodge has beds and a table, dresser and a chair that look like they date to the early 1960's. Carpeting is thin print wall to wall indoor outdoor carpeting in a hunter green . All rooms were accessed from a central hallway. Halfway down a long hallway, there were vending machines and an ice machine.
Expect to find paper thin towels, plastic glasses, and a hanging rod, rather than a closet in each room. One plus, the sink located is outside of the lavoratory, so one person can bathe, while another uses the sink, with some degree of privacy.
Heating and cooling is provided by a single room unit embedded into the far wall. The room was quite hot when we arrived, as this unit was not turned on even though it was summer in Missouri, and I found this surprising.
LInens were clean but thin, without a comfortable blanket. There were old style fifties quilted bedspreads.
The hallways were stained, but of course one does not sleep in the hallway.
There are a number of good restaurants nearby, and many other choices at this particular exit. It is accessed from an access road paralleling I-70, and easy to get into, compared with some of the more luxurious hotels in the area, including a Comfort Suites and Hampton Inn.
The main advantage that I expected were in a lower rate, but as it turns out its not inexpensive.
This would not be my first choice were I to stop again, but it offers an adequate's night's rest and basic necessities to get moving in. But this hotel is strictly basic and stripped. You will find no extras whatsover. However, the rooms were clean, and the beds reasonably comfortable. So I wouldn't advise avoiding this one, to keep driving. But I would not seek this hotel out either. Its nothing to write home about.
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