The rooms were clean but needed those final touch details repaired. For example the caulking around the base of the tub was old and cracking. They had replaced the heat lamp bulb in the bathroom with a energy saving florescent spot light, leaving the bathroom unheated. Probably not an issue at all times of the year but on a stormy spring day a warm bathroom would have been nice. One of the two pillows was flat. The other was lumpy as if it had been washed and dried. We all know that rarely works out well. The room was oddly laid out as a second bed had been removed from the room and nothing put in it's place, nor any rearranging of the room. Some places have added a comfortable chair and footstool. Would have been nice here as there was no comfortable place to to sit but the bed. There were two chairs to go with the table, but they were not set up in a way to make them usable. I guess they did do some rearranging... it was just odd.
The biggest disappointment was the breakfast bar. There was no yogurt or fresh fruit. I am a tea drinker. There was a carafe of water on a warmer but it was not hot water, though they did have tea bags available. I am guessing the tough economy has them economizing, but not all good for the traveler. More of the Super 8's I have stayed in during the last 1-2 years have problems maintaining the property and the service level.
The location worked as I was ready to stop and it was along my route without being in K.C. I see this place deteriorating over time. You can hear footsteps overhead, so not a great place if it is full to get a good nights sleep.
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