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Rodeway Inn Expo Center

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#28 of 32 hotels in Spartanburg
Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Spartanburg, Rodeway Inn Expo Center is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its budget friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Rodeway Inn Expo Center makes it easy to enjoy the best of Spartanburg. Rooms at Spartanburg Red Roof Hotel provide air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available. In addition, Spartanburg Red Roof Hotel offers a pool and free breakfast, which will help make your Spartanburg trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests. Guests of Quality Inn Spartanburg can find some great restaurants a short walk from the hotel, including FATZ Cafe (0.1 mi), Compadres (0.3 mi), and Waffle House (0.1 mi). If you are interested in exploring Spartanburg, check out a garden, such as Hatcher Garden & Woodland Preserve. Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Rodeway Inn Expo Center is sure to make your visit to Spartanburg one worth remembering.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Breakfast Available
Golf course
Hot Tub
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Tennis Court
Wheelchair access
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Room features
Air conditioning
Accessible rooms
Family Rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Literally found METH in my room and scales and paraphernalia in my sister's room. Very dirty. We had the room next to the resident dealer and every time he had a customer, pot smoke would seep through the bathroom wall. Every guest we passed had drugs or alcohol. I suspect they rent by the hour given at least one of the other patrons we saw. This was the most terrifying motel I've ever seen in my life. Took my kids and left.... Got our refund and moved to the HoJo across the street.
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It's ok not excellent. Flat sheets are being used for fitted sheets and the double beds feel really bouncy and weird with two ppl in the bed. When I checked room was still being cleaned which I didn't mind and there was plastic covering the smoke detector. There was only 2 big towels in the room and we had to ask for extra since there was 4 of us but pool is nice only goes to 4ft so not too deep but ok for the price. Really no pics to post for this review
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The only redeeming point was the bed was comfortable. This location is not a "choice" we would make again. It really does not seem to fit the quality of other Choice Hotels. The staff bedhind the counter stayed on the phone while we waited. The TV did not work, but the smell was overwhelming for my wife. She could smell smoke, and it was toouted as a non-smoking room. We took picture of cigarette burns, three of them, on the blanket. I went out and bought a can of air freshner to "calm" the oder so my wife could sleep.
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I absolutely love this place. I come here very often. The price is very good and it's the cleanest hotel in Spartanburg. When I visit Spartanburg, I don't stay anywhere but here at Rodeway. The beds are the best and you get a great nights sleep. The bed linens are SUPER clean and so is the bathroom and towels. The people who work at Rodeway are very nice and very accommodating. The Best Jenn
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I rarely write bad reviews, but this hotel deserves one. I would give it zero stars if I could. My husband and I realized on short notice that we would need a Spartanburg hotel, near I-26, that accepts dogs. Since we only planned to sleep there, not make use of a pool or other amenities, we chose a cheaper-priced hotel, but we made sure it was a Choice Hotel since we get a discount and we have been satisfied with them in the past. The previous reviews for Rodeway Inn were not that great, but most of the bad ones focused on the lack of updates, which was not a major concern for us. Upon arriving, we should have been warned: the pool was a nasty green, and the trash bins were overflowing. However, we were tired and rushed, so we decided to chance it. Bad decision. When I entered the lobby, there were three people behind the registration desk. Except for answering my questions, they continually spoke another language. While I have no problem with their native language not being English, I thought it was rude of them to be constantly talking in front of a customer who cannot understand what they were saying. I asked for a room on the first floor since our arthritic dog has problems with stairs. After checking their phones for about five minutes (because their computers were down), they informed me that pet rooms are on the second floor and non-pet rooms on the first. I am not sure why they needed to check their phones in order to tell me this, but we took the room anyway since we would only be staying one night. The only nice things I have to say about the room are that it smelled fine and the air conditioner worked. The bedside lamp was broken, the sheets were dinghy and worn, the bathroom sink was missing a stopper, and the TV had no remote. Another frustration was that the light over the sink was on a timer, which continually went off at inconvenient times, such as when I was removing a contact lens. As far as cleanliness was concerned, the room was the worst that we have ever stayed in. The refrigerator and microwave had dirty fingerprints on the outside of them. The baseboards of the toilet room were filled with curly black hairs—and a large red pill. How could the cleaning person possibly miss this red pill? The bathroom faucet was broken on top and, worse yet, the broken top was filled with short black hairs, presumably left by the previous occupant’s razor. The blow-dryer had a layer of dirt and a long hair on it. The floor in front of the sink was sticky, so after we walked over it a couple of times, the stickiness pulled all the dirt from the bottom of our shoes, making the floor filthy. We stripped the bedspread from the bed, assuming that it too was dirty, and found that we had no blanket, just a thin sheet. If we had not already unpacked the entire car, including lugging dog, dog crate, and bicycle to the second floor, we would have turned around and walked out. In retrospect, we should have done so. Instead, we left the room to go get a bite to eat, thinking that at least all we would do is sleep there. Upon returning, wondering if we had somehow missed the TV remote, we tried to call the front desk. The phone beside the bed did not work—no surprise there—so my husband used his cell phone to call. The lady who answered said that she would send maintenance to fix the TV, but my husband told her to forget it. It was already late, we were in our pajamas, and TV was not a necessity: we just thought we might have overlooked the remote. Fifteen minutes later, after I was already in bed, a guy showed up at our door with three remotes in hand. He played with them all for a bit and finally got one of them to work. Obviously, we were not thrilled with his showing up at that point. We finally managed to go to sleep, awaking the next morning to the thought of a continental breakfast with probably the same lack of cleanliness standards, but we decided to at least check it out. In the breakfast room, the seats of the chairs were so bare that they were completely without coverings. Remarkably, though, the food counters and containers did seem clean; however, it was the most pitiful continental breakfast we had ever seen at a hotel: a few slices of white bread, some small blueberry muffins, cornflakes, and Lucky Charms. That was it except for the milk and juice. My husband asked the man at the desk if he could bring out some more food, thinking that the other choices must have already been picked over, but the man brought out only a few more blueberry muffins. These were in the twin packs like the ones sold in convenience stores; the man opened them and began placing them in the bread container. I grabbed a pack before he handled them, thinking at least that would assure the muffins were clean (no, he did not wash his hands when coming from the registration desk to the breakfast room), but unfortunately the muffins did not have as much taste as even convenience store muffins. Needless to say, I ate breakfast on the road. I have included a few pictures of the hairs and the worn chairs. I strongly urge readers to stay away from this hotel. I realize that Choice Hotels are the mid-range hotels, not the fancy ones, but this hotel in no way compares to the other Choice Hotels we have visited.
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$53 - $76 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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