This is an older, classic two story motel surrounding the parking lot. The rooms look to have been upgraded recently -- new flat screen TVs and some nice furniture, but also plenty of vintage fixtures in the bathroom. The bed was comfortable enough and the AC was a bit noisy but it worked. The hotel rents by the week and month, so the vibe is closer to staying at an apartment complex than a hotel. In the afternoon lots of folks congregate outside their doors and young kids are running around playing in front of your door. One thing that hasn't been upgraded are the doors, which offer only doorknob locks -- no deadbolts, so it didn't quite secure. The woman at check-in was very friendly, although when I arrived a fellow was sitting in the lobby chatting on his cellphone. He yelled "you have a customer!" and a few minutes later she arrived to check me in. There is no breakfast, and I wasn't able to find anything open in town when I pulled out -- this is a very scenic area but White Sulfur Springs is a pretty small, quiet place. If you don't want to pay the hefty prices to stay at nearby Greenbrier, I'd suggest checking out hotels in Lewisburg, the next town over.
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