Stayed here as a last resort, since all the independents on 40 since Columbus had been incredibly creepy. Didn't go as far as the Madison Motel to the west of this place, or I might have given that a shot. Anyhow, after wandering around for an hour and a half, and being turned away by the weirdo at the Cordle, I gave up and settled for this place.
It's a strange look for this chain, several small one story buildings. Not sure how long it's been a Motel 6, but all the pens at the desk were Knights Inn (an even cruddier chain). The clerk was friendly, and the rate was decent, about $54 with my AAA card.
The rooms are pretty big, and decently clean. Furnishings are older, but not beat up. You get a fridge, microwave, dirty old beige phone, a big old tube TV with a reasonable cable selection, but no clock. The heater worked well, and the wi-fi signal was pretty good. The beds were comfortable, and the sheets were clean. You also got a thin blanket and the obligatory duvet.
The bathroom was pretty clean (towels okay, hot water good, soap only), but the walls were seriously warped and the wallpaper had split in several places. The wallboard under the sink outside was also badly warped. As a matter of fact, the building was very cheap and flimsy, and people walking around on the plywood floors in adjoining rooms sounded like they were running around on the roof.
The night was fairly quiet, but the room wasn't terribly dark since the shades let a lot of light in at the top. All in all, for a place to sleep at a decent price, it wasn't bad, but I'd just as soon try someplace else if I ever go back.
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