Welcome to Best Western Plus Greenville South, your Piedmont “home away from home.” Best Western Plus Greenville South aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Rooms at Best Western Plus Greenville South offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A 24 hour front desk, express check-in and check-out, and newspaper are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Best Western Plus Greenville South, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Little Italy Pizzaria and Antonio's Pizza and Pasta, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Should time allow, Thomas C. Pack Memorial Park is a popular park that is relatively easy to get to.
Best Western Plus Greenville South puts the best of Piedmont at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
The hotel was acceptable but because of covid restrictions linens were not replenished and trash was not emptied. It would would have been helpful if these restrictions would have been mentioned to us on check-in.
I selected this hotel for business trip and it closer to the location. The first time I stayed in November and I liked it because it gave me a good service and it is closer to the restaurants. The second time I intentionally booked this hotel for the same reasons and also I liked how I was treated during my last stay. The staff members are very friendly, courteous and professional. The rooms are clean and satisfactory. The gym was smaller and equipment are the best but they were in working condition. It was very convenient to me that hotel provided continental breakfast. It was difficult for me to stay away from my family and stay at a hotel for 2 weeks but the staying at this hotel certainly helped to feel comfortable.
We were in town to visit family. This hotel was clean and very well run. We received a good financial deal. The location provided at least 3 restaurants within walking distance. Due to guidelines due to COVID, breakfast was provided, but it was a prepared bagged breakfast.
When I left my room at 9:15 this a.m., I saw Housekeeper. I informed her that “I’m not leaving now, but will leave about 10:00 so you can clean my room then.” I returned about 8:00 p.m. Room wasn’t cleaned. I told front desk & she said someone wrote on sheet “don’t clean”. Last visit to a BW, there was a problem!! Also front desk staff not wearing mask.
I went on my first business trip since February, holding off due to the pandemic. I still won't fly for now, but will travel when necessary by car. I come to Greenville on business a few times per year, and have stayed at this location. This time, at around 3 AM Friday the 10th I was responding to the call of nature and swung my legs down to get out of bed. One leg "found" a metal projection sticking out from the left side of the bed, and it cut my leg to where it bled. Turns out there are 3 such projections, not sure what they do, on that side of the bed. Anyway, I cleaned up my wound, pulled some clothes on and went down to the front desk to report it and get something to clean the wound. The front desk couldn't find the medicine supply cabinet. This during a pandemic. Did find two bandages to give me which I appreciated. I'm not a phobic person generally but I lay in bed afterward wondering when the last time that part of the bed was cleaned, and why were there metal projections on one side anyway? And the likelihood that coronavirus if was on the metal would have neutralized sitting in the open air for hours before I got there. And do I need a tetanus shot? And what happens to a guest with a more obviously dangerous condition and no medical supplies? Things like that. So in the morning I talked to Christy at the front desk, she was able to find the medicine supplies and gave me some ointment. She was affable enough, told me she would tell Corporate about this but I've not heard from Corporate yet. I mean, here we are in this pandemic thing, you don't serve coffee or breakfast to speak of but you don't know where your medicine cabinet is? …