The room was ok and you definitely get what you paid for. The room was clean enough however the sheets were not clean and the pillows are uncomfortable. Also, the room smelled of cigarette smoke and the temperate of the room was not easy to regulate. It is not my first choice…
We were travelling along the way to the west coast and found this little gem! Cute hotel and for the price it’s perfect! If your looking for fancy and luxury this wouldn’t be the place . The staff were very friendly and accommodating! Another adventure to add to our books :)
This hotel is right on the edge of town near the trans-Canada highway. The rooms are spacious, clean, and warm. Although simple in terms of decor, they have many necessary basics including free wireless, a small coffee maker, a desk, TV, refrigerator, and a sink outside of a…
We called in here late in the afternoon and asked to see a room before we paid. It was a perfectly adequate room, clean and tidy. Breakfast was a simple cereal, juice and bagel or toast. All in all, not bad value and a warm welcome.
Picked this hotel specifically because I didn't want the cheapest. Turned out to be exactly like the cheapest hotel you could get but not price wise. We paid $200 for one night all in, if I had paid $79 I would have had no problem as I would have expected what we got. The carpet…
"To the right of the reception area is likely to be a little quieter as it is further from the highway."
"you might as well just get the cheapest hotel, don't pay mid-range prices for this budget motel."
"Room away from the tracks"
"Do not go here unless you really don't care where you sleep."
"I was in a west facing room and those have the best views in my opinion. I would guess they also have the least railroad noise."
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