Not much choice for hotels in this town. For 55$ we got a nice clean room. Microwave and refrigerator. Wifi was good, water hot, bed and linens very good. A little way up the road was a good mexican resturant.
I'm using the motel's Wi-Fi to write this review. As far as motel Wi-Fi goes, it's good. Whether I'm checking in late in the evening or checking out early in the morning, I don't even bother pressing the "for service" button, they clearly have some way to know when the entry door has been opened and appear not long after. The rooms are clean, simple but nice. Without odor. The family running the motel are friendly. At first glance you may be put off by the exterior appearance and small "lobby" which serves as basically to get you out of the elements long enough to get checked in or out (it's quite small). The nice rooms and pleasant staff are what I'm here for, I only hope it doesn't get too popular and end up with prices out of my company's reimbursement range.
This motel is between Houma and Raceland, just off the 90. But the price was great, the room was clean, and the couple that run the place and the one maid we dealt with were remarkably friendly. If I was exploring Southwest Louisiana (even with a side trip to New Orleans which is expensive), I'd try this place.
This is the cheapest motel/hotel we have stayed in for years. The night before we arrived we paid double for a Hampton Inn (in Hattiesburg, MS) that was not as clean and the room was no larger or better. Very nice owner and staff. Quiet. Safe-feeling. The money not spent on the exterior was spent on a quality mattress. Wonderful-sleeping bed. The only reason it doesn't stay completely booked is because people don't know about it.
A Saints home game in combination with some other events left every hotel in and around NO for miles completely booked. I noticed great TripAdvisor reviews on Motel 90 in Raceland, so we decided to give it a try. So glad we did! This place is definitely plain with no frills, but was CLEAN, safe, and inexpensive. Like I said, no amenities or flash here, but if you want just a nice clean spot to get some rest, I'd recommend it. Had we just passed it on the road, we'd have never thought to stay there-- it doesn't look like much at all, but it has a nice, enclosed parking area, clean rooms, and staff that get you in and out quickly. If you're fussy about sounds at night, probably not the place for you. We did hear crews coming and going at various shift changes, but nothing out of the ordinary for an oil town. Overall great place that we were so relieved to have found.…