Me and my girlfriend found ourselves stranded when driving to Canada. We decided between Holiday Inn, Hilton and Days. Hilton is very expensive compared to the other two, so it was out. Days Inn has awful ratings and looks crummy, pass. Holiday Inn was left and they offered us a room for $108 a night, with AAA.
The room is spacious and nice, typical amenities of a hotel room and toiletries. That's nice, but unfortunately there's nothing to do in Binghamton outside of a few bars, all of which seem to close early. It seems other people agree because the hotel was empty. I only saw a handful of guests, I would guess more than 1/4 of the rooms were empty. It's pretty outrageous to charge a stranded guest a rate that is rather expensive, especially given the lack of tourist stuff to do in this city. The room was nice, but the area stinks and the prices were expensive. I stayed in a nicer room at a Red Roof Inn in Columbus, Ohio for $40 cheaper, which is a much more interesting city.
I'm going to check the Grand Royale if I have to stay here another night.
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- Relax in our comfortable and newly re-designed guest rooms with our signature sleep package and crisp new cotton bedding. Stay in contact with work and friends with our free WiFi or simply enjoy amenities that make your stay feel at home like coffee maker, iron and board and hairdryers. Dining is an easy decision when children 12 and under dine for free with an adult. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Holiday Inn Binghamton - Hawley St/Downtown Hotel Binghamton
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