This is a basic, pet friendly hotel in a small town. It is now a Rodeway Inn (at least it was when we stayed there), so you may be confused if you search for it. It is a very basic hotel and the small town has only two or three restaurants and some gas stations/convenience stores.
Reading other reviews, I wonder if we were put in the poorest room because we had a pet. We were on the lower floor at the far end of the building, and even with the noisy AC, our room was so humid that the chrome was rusting. The carpet felt sticky and the comforter was a southwest design that was not worthy of a thrift store. The wall in the doorway needed repair and the outlet was secured with duct tape. We paid $101 for a single queen bed, including the $10 for a pet. At first glance, I thought we should ask for a refund, but my tired husband was road weary. On a positive note, there’s plenty of room to walk the dog outside.
Even though its now a Travellodge inn, its clean, comfy and people friendly. The manager was fantastic, and with no covid we got a full hot breakfast. Am staying here 2 nights and its great. Worth the money for sure
Our family is on our way to Glacier National Park from Minnesota and on the way we went to the Medora Musical, so we decided to stay in Wibaux as we’re continue out west. This hotel is an older hotel but it’s very clean and even has a small little breakfast in the morning with cereal, waffles and muffins. we stayed in one of the suites which had two rooms two bathrooms, two queen beds and a sofa as well as two TVs, a larger dorm fridge and microwave.
My family and I stayed at this location for the weekend while in town for a wedding. After the first night, the managers knocked on my door at 9:30 AM telling me they needed me to get out so they could get the room ready for the next guest. Check out time was clearly posted as 11:00 AM. The managers (husband and wife) got into an argument with each other while trying to figure out which room I was supposed to move to. It was then reiterated that they needed me out of this room immediately, 1.5 hours prior to checkout time. I quickly moved my belongings to a new room downstairs, only to find out that the new room had only one small bed. A room with two queen beds is what was booked. I tracked the manager down to see what could be done as I was put in an incorrect room. The manager was quite rude and argued with me as to what type of room was booked. She had no documentation but said she could remember the phone call. She claimed my parents were in a room with two queen beds when they were in fact in a room with one king bed. There was mass confusion. There was no documentation of who reserved what. I was finally moved to a different room upstairs with two queen beds, but only after being treated like a hindrance. At the end of our stay, our wedding party was complimented on our cleanliness and quietness. Much to our surprise, the bride and groom were charged an extra $250 for an outside broken window. Multiple attempts have been made to speak to the owner, with no success. However, he is quick to reply on social media and post undated photos of a broken room in an unknown room. The managers have changed their stories from saying it was broken on the outside, to saying there was glass all over on the inside. If there was truly glass all over the inside, why were they given compliments? The parking lot is gravel, making it very possible for a rock to crack a window on the outside. With a lack of organization, lack of customer service, not know which guests are staying in which room, and a lack of decency to speak directly to a customer about a bogus charge, I would not recommend staying at this hotel! The way management and the owner are handling this situation makes it seem as though they are hiding something and trying to get away with a fraudulent charge for an inaccurate accusation. Our wedding party gave them a lot of business and they don't even have the decency to speak to the bride directly regarding this issue.…