If I had it to do again, I wouldn't stay at this location. The hotel was over priced. Areas of the carpet were severely damaged and/or dirty. We looked at a few rooms before settling on the one we picked. Some of the rooms had a strong, musky odor.
Staff explained the high price by stating that the hotel was once a Hawthorne Inn and Suites. The rooms have small kitchenettes. However, NONE of the kitchenettes have plates, pan or silverware. Therefore, if you plan to use the kitchenette, bring your own utensils, pans, plates etc. I've stayed in plenty of kitchenette rooms. NEVER have I stayed in kitchenette hotel where you have to bring your own stuff like you are CAMPING!
The pillows looked clean but smelled like someone's greasy head. The bed was uncomfortable. The coffee pot was dirty. The fridge was dirty. The ceiling of my room was cracked, splitting, and hanging down along the drywall seam. The shower curtain was mildewed. There was mold in the tub area. Again, back to the price. This is what I would expect at a hotel under $69.00 per night. On many occasions, I've slept at $69.00 per night hotels that were BETTER than this. I've stayed at many other La Quinta locations under $69.00 that were better than this WITH a DECENT breakfast too.
Before checking in, I mentioned to the manager that we chose this specific La Quinta location because the breakfast listed on the website looked better than the basic breakfast you get at other hotels. She didn't really comment but I saw fear and hesitation in her face and began wondering why. The breakfast wasn't anything special. They have generic coffee. Generic Splenda. The "omelet" which was a nuked egg patty that was likely from Sam's Club was still frozen when I tried to eat it. To call it an omelet, the kitchen worker placed a teaspoon of refried beans in the center of it. The kitchen worker was wonderful and nice but don't ask her anything unless you speak Spanish because she speaks ZERO English. The "fresh" fruit was old. Most of it should've been in the trash already. When an orange peeling begins to crinkle and dry out like what you would find in a bag of potpourri at Pier 1 Imports- it needs to go into the garbage. The apples and bananas looked just as bad.
There are other nice hotels in the area. I'd recommend staying at a different location for significantly less.
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