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24608 Highway 2, Homer, LA 71040-2014
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Due to circumstance, I stayed at the Linder Motor Lodge. I had the pleasant experience of spending a month in Homer, La. Initially I rented a bed and breakfast in Minden, La but didn't like the drive to and from Minden/Homer each day. I decided to take a chance, on a one week stay at the Linder Motor Lodge. Admittedly the décor could use some updating. However, I observed no signs of rodents or other pest. The room was clean, staff friendly, environment safe, quiet and cost for entire week, $280 give or take. Compared to $140 plus per night for a B & B or Hotel. The hotel management and staff were very friendly, even referring to me by name (nice touch). Very accommodating. Most importantly, I slept comfortably every night and felt safe.. As an added bonus, since the room was $280 "per week" vs. the $140 per night at the B&B or Hotel, I not only saved my client money but I also wasn't required to check out and bring luggage home each week. Leaving luggage in the room over the weekend also saved my client an additional $25 per flight/$50 per week in excess baggage charges. Summary, clean room, good price, friendly staff, cost savings and bug/rodent free. I recommend this place. It's just a room.
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My boyfriend and I were visiting family for a birthday party and did not want to drive back home the same night. Although the bathroom wallpaper was dated, it looks as if the owners had taken some actions on updating the room with paint. The linens were clean and room was very neat along with an amazing air conditioner. The boy who checked me in was very pleasant and knowledgeable. I was surprised at the free WiFi considering the price and there was no buffering.
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I lived in Homer once but had never stayed at this hotel before. I was able to check in quickly and the lady who handled my accommodations was quite friendly. Given room 108, I found the room to be quaint and clean. Yes, the decor makes you feel as if you have stepped back in time but the room rate reflects the same. If you are a big fan of television, you will not be happy with the little tube TV provided (about 19 inch) with at least three buttons missing and a non working remote. The best feature during my stay at Linder's was the awesome water pressure and good supply of HOT water... and also the amazing air conditioner! I appreciated the added convenience of a microwave and refrigerator. Too bad there wasn't a small coffee pot too! However, the room is very dark unless you give up privacy and open the curtains and blinds. There were two lamps but only one worked in our room. There was a lamp by the desk and it did not work. There is no light on the ceiling over the sleeping area of the room. After 9 pm, the place is closed - you cannot rent a room and there is no one to help you with towels or other needs. We were given two bath towels which equaled three bath towels, one washcloth, and one hand towel, and were told this was the maximum allowed. I understand people steal these items but with four in the room, this was quite an inconvenience. As for the (currently Mexican) restaurant next door, I did not try their cuisine. I also did not hear the traffic over the sound of my TV, which was left on low for noise all night. Overall, I was okay with the room and would stay there again - if necessary. I paid $55 for the room and considering the accommodations, I feel this is about $5-10 too much. There are only two hotels in Homer. (*I read the other reviews and I did not see any creepy-crawlies. Having lived there in the past, I don't even think there are ticks in Homer.)
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Not a bad place but the restaurant attached literally had a sign that said dont drink the water. Overall it was not a bad stay.... And the food was pretty good. Definitely stay again next time there is a Cypress Bottom Boogie!!!
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Yes, the decor is like stepping into a time capsule straight to the 70's. BUT, we stayed there for almost 2 weeks while working near by and it was CLEAN, SAFE and CHEAP. The staff (Ms. Lilly) was very accomadating and friendly. Remember this is the back woods of the Ark/La border and a very small town. Every day the room was cleaned, fresh linens brought and even the shower curtain was changed out! I have stayed at "nice" expensive chain hotels around the US and have paid MUCH more for a far less clean place. Yes it is outdated, yes the highway traffic can be heard, and yes its not the Ritz.......but convenient, clean and friendly. Now for the town of Homer itself......we had to eat out at every meal for 2 weeks and had the WORST dining experiences EVER, ANYWHERE, BAR NONE!! What few chain resteraunts they have were the worst service I have ever encountered in my life. The only good food, and it is EXCELLENT is at the lake at Port of Prince. I HIGHLY recommend it!! If you go to podunk Homer, it is a MUST!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Linder Motor Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Linder Motor Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Herbert S. Ford Memorial Museum (1.3 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Linder Motor Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Gonzalez Mexican Restaurant, Homer Seafood, and Subway.