This is a very nice and clean Motel 6. The staff was very nice. Pergo floors were very clean. Sheets and blankets smelled freshly washed Shower was hot. There is a coffee shop adjacent to the motel. Nice place for a rest.
Older Motel 6, the kind with the outdoor stairs to the second floor and all the rooms opening to the outside. This one had that residential feel to it, like that there were a lot of semi permanent guests. The stains on the bedspread smack in the middle of the bed suggested a high professional turnover, if you get my meaning. And no, they hadn’t left a light on.
We are traveling to Utah and we needed a good and clean place to stay on our way. This hotel had good customer service, awesome Wi-Fi and a nice room. What a relief to have a nice and dependable room at a really good price. It was only 20 more than a tent site at the local KOA. A good place to visit!
Motel 6 is usually a safe bet if you are traveling with pets. They have laminate floors - no carpeting and the basic necessities for a night's stay when on the road. I stayed at this location once before about two years ago and everything was fine. My recent "stay" did not go well. I was traveling with my sister so we got two rooms. Upon checking in, we heard the front desk person tell someone else checking in that "the WiFi internet goes in and out..." which didn't bode well. Immediately after checking in we went to dinner and returned about an hour and a half later. After we returned, my sister noticed the smell of cigarette smoke under the overwhelming fragrance of perfumed sanitizer in her room. It was so bad, she had to change rooms. The management switched her room very reluctantly saying, "she had been in the room too long to switch." She had to push back at them and tell them she hadn't actually been in the room and used anything. Her new room did not smell but the next door resident was very loud. (They checked another person into that room shortly after without inspecting the room.) My room did not smell but was not in the best condition. Mostly minor cosmetic things except for the security bar latch which was completely hanging loose with stripped screws that could not be tightened. I don't usually concern myself with it but the fact that it appeared the door had been kicked in recently didn't make me feel confident about the overall security of the motel. Also, the main door look and card entry was spotty and didn't work well. The room wasn't great, but for one night I thought I could manage. I settled in to watch TV as it was still pretty early in the evening. The TV kept going out with a pixelated image and the sound would cut out as well. I did some trouble shooting with cords and inputs to see if it was a loose cable but nothing fixed the issue. I called the front desk and they said they would have a maintenance person come look at it. I didn't feel confident that a person would come at all and if they did that they would be able to fix the issue. Faced with the prospect of also having to change rooms and still not be fully comfortable after many days of traveling, I decided that if I was going to change rooms, I might as well go to another hotel. My sister called the front desk and informed them we would be checking out of our rooms immediately and expected full refunds. They did not argue and we received the credits the next day. I learned from someone in Goodland that the Motel 6 was under new ownership since the last time I had stayed there with an absentee owner relying on managers to run the property. I don't know if that is true or not but it seemed in keeping with my experience. It seemed as though no one was paying attention or really cared about the quality. I do not recommend staying there even for one night while passing through town.…
Room was quite cold, which was not helped by having a tile floor. There was not a hair dryer in the room, and the front office had none to offer for our use. Room had a strange odor. Glad for such a short stay.