Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Tonawanda, Red Carpet Inn Tonawanda is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Red Carpet Inn Tonawanda makes it easy to enjoy the best of Tonawanda.
You can take advantage of some of the amenities offered by Tonawanda Red Carpet Inn, including a 24 hour front desk. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
Elmlawn Memorial Park (2.8 mi), located nearby, makes Red Carpet Inn Tonawanda a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Tonawanda landmark.
If you like diners, Tonawanda Red Carpet Inn is conveniently located near Greek to Me Restaurant and Fast Teddy's Restaurant.
If you are interested in exploring Tonawanda, check out one of the parks, such as Niawanda Park, Isle View County Park, and Aqua Lane Park.
Red Carpet Inn Tonawanda is sure to make your visit to Tonawanda one worth remembering.
Nice, comfortable king size bed but pillows were substandard. Convenient location, just off the highway and close to shopping. Slow, begrudging check-in. Very poor wifi; there but loaded nothing. Small, poor towels. Loud AC.
Stayed here with my fiancé while some major repairs were being done at my apartment. The place is disgusting and the staff was beyond rude to the point of being threatening. When we got there our room was one of the only ones without a carpet and the floors were so grimy and nasty we blackened two towels cleaning it and eventually got a dollar tree mop to maintain it. Later that night we found a roach in the bed (if I can find a way to post video here I'll post it) and since I had already paid a non refundable weekly rate, could not afford to pay another one somewhere else, and they weren't willing to switch the room I had to buy bug spray. We killed ants, spiders, and roaches. I had to wash all my clothes and wipe down all my stuff before coming back home. The shower curtain was covered in mold. And the one wall was covered in dirt and had paint chipped off. Every day we had housekeeping in and literally, two of the housekeepers only knew the word "towel" because all they did was change the towels. Then the night before we were leaving the lightbulb in the bathroom burned out and we had to call maintenance. Maintenance shows up, and a minute later a relative of the manager shows up to watch him. And he points to the wall where the dirt and chipped paint was and accuses us of damaging their "freshly painted" wall because they had "just renovated" that room this month. Just looking at the wall that was not fresh dirt, it was months' worth of buildup. And the paint that was missing looked more like damage from moving furniture around than anything but also some of the paint was dissolved not chipped indicating that the paint on that wall was quite old. I point all this out and the guy is yelling at me that I'm gonna get charged to repaint the wall. I'm trying to show him how we couldn't have done it and how the paint is clearly older than he's saying but he's insistent. I finally told him the people who dropped us off had seen the wall like that when we got there and he left. The maintenance guy then informed us that wall hadn't been painted "in quite some time" and said he would talk to staff. We assumed it was all over. Next morning I'm getting ready to check out while my fiancé is showering. My friend was there and I was packing the trunk of his car with my stuff. One of the women working there (I believe the manager's wife) comes in screaming at me about the wall again and I'm trying to explain things but she's full on screaming over me to the point where my ears were ringing. She calls over two more of the employees and they come in, talking amongst themselves in their native language, then surround me refusing to let me leave the room until I was willing to pay for the wall to be painted. At this point, my friend is looking concerned and I'm trapped in the room, my fiancé still in the shower. My friend tries reasoning with them and I eventually push past one of them, grab the rest of my stuff, and leave the room. A few minutes so by and they barge in on my fiancé while he's naked and drying off. We left as quickly as possible. I've already contacted my bank in case they try to charge my account. I'm not paying for damages I didn't cause because they're either too cheap to pay for their own repairs or too lazy to check the rooms after each guest leaves to see who actually damaged it. And I will never stay here again, or at the other motels the owner of this one also owns (Royal Inn on Niagara Falls Boulevard, Budget Inn on Sheridan Drive, and Economy Inn on Grand Island Boulevard... the maintenance guy filled us in). I'd have felt cleaner and safer sleeping on a park bench.…
This hotel is a NIGHTMARE! They charged me 140 a night for a room that smelled like mold. The carpet stunk so bad it made me sick! I woke up with a croupe like cough that I had to take antibiotics to get rid of!!! There is black mold in the bathroom, air conditioner filters are disgustingly filthy, bathroom fan filthy! They provided no housekeeping! Laundry machines are broken so you cannot wash your clothes! I would not recommend it. Total Rip Off!!!
My wife booked this room at $130 for our anniversary trip to the falls. When we arrived I was a bit apprehensive at the outter appearance. When we checked in we were told that they over booked our room and upgraded us to the Jacuzzi suite for an extra $20. We went to said room and the card wouldn't work and a woman answered the door. The employee then gave me back my 20 and another room. The room we got smelled like Cheech and Chong lived in there for a while. The bathtub was backed up and wouldn't drain. The maintenance guy kinda got that to work. When we took our showers we got to stand in a tub full of water. The ceilings had weird stains on them. There was a dirty tampon in the toilet when we went to use it. Unfortunately everything else in the area was booked or I would have taken my loss. The mattress was wore out and tired. We went to dinner and came back to what I can only assume was some kind of junkie by her appearance, sitting on the sidewalk in front of our room, she was arguing on the phone very loudly with someone. The tv was newer the only button that worked was channel up. In short just keep moving if you see this spot.…
FIrst of all, the woman managing the place is the most rude person I have ever met at a motel, could not speak english, baby crying, extremely rude. I thought I had booked but I did not, we chose to go in the room just so we could quickly eat something, absolutely disgusting, hair everywhere, smelly, dirty towels, disgusting. Went back to dingy office, back to the young woman manager who can't speak english yet shouted at me because I misunderstood and she can't speak english. Thank God I did not book and was able to leave hotel! Worst 1.5 hours of my life, literally would take her an hour to book you in hotel. No business skills, do not ever go there!