I went to Manchester for the Bonnaroo music festival. Unfortuanatly my car broke down as we were leaving at 12 am and had to stay in town for a couple more nights while it was getting fixed. The Greenleafe was the only hotel to have a room left. First off the lady quoted me $75 on the phone. When we got there she charged us $80, and we had to pay cash, so we had to walk to the bank next door to use their atm. I read a review online saying this place had nice little rooms so I figured it would be ok. NOT OK!!! This was honestly the WORST room i have ever stayed in my life, and I used to work out of town a lot and have traveled and stayed at many hotels. After fighting with the door, we finally got in. The place reeked like an ash tray. It had a kitchenette and appeared to be a room that someone probably lived in or rented by the week. One of the first things I saw when I got into the room was a roach crawling on the wall by the bathroom. There was a toilet plunger wrapped up in an old wal mart bag next to the toilet. The walls and carpet were absolutely discusting. Looked like it had not been painted since the place opened. The carpet was full of stains and burns. The corners and bathroom had black mold. The walls had dirt and holes and markers and crayon marks all over them. We kept our flip flops on when we showered, and only showered cause we had been camping for 3 days, otherwise I would not have! The towels and washrags were thin and had stains. The comforter was nasty, had stains and was super thin. I wouldn't be surprised if there were bedbugs as well! I layed down a layer of my dirty clothes on top of the bed and only used the sheet to sleep. As soon as we woke up we got the heck out of there and went to the very nice super 8 down the road, which was also cheaper. I don't know if there is some sort of health code for hotels, if there is, I don't know how this would pass. This honestly looked like a crack house off of a movie. The audacity of this woman charging us $80 for this room after we already had been broke down and stranded. I wouldn't pay $15 to stay in this mess. Even if the place has better rooms, I would NEVER EVER go back here.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Greenleafe Inn, located in the Historic Downtown District of Manchester, TN, is the city's only Boutique Style Hotel. Since the original properties opening in 1964, this historic hotel has taken care of its guests with the utmost in Service and Care, as we continue to do today. We look forward to having you as our guests here at the Greenleafe Inn Manchester, your new Home Away From Home. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Greeneleafe Hotel Manchester