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Not to long ago a Meth Lab was going on in one of the rooms, It was busted by the cops and ppl were put in Jail,. This place is mostly used for prositution, drugs, and parting. The rooms are disgusting, the staff is rude,...More
Bed was comfortable. Carpet was threadbare, nightstand was broken. Half the tiles in bathroom were up or loose. Front desk was adequate. Unless really tired and no other hotels in the area with vacancies, would not stay here again. Of note, we usually stay in...More
while this is not a newer motel it was perfect for us..brand new mattress..subway & beer right next door. everything you could need. we were travelling from south carolina coming through the mountains north when Hurricane Sandy greeted us...after several harrowing hours in that weather...More
The owners here are milking whatever revenue they can from an aging property. AkEx was right on in his review in that if you can handle cheap motels you won't have a problem staying here. Some updates have been made. The beds and linens were...More
HORRIBLE does not even begin to describ this place. My son and I checked in, got sick within five minutes from some awful fumes left by previous guests. There was blood stains on the pillow case, burn marks on the ceilings, holes in the walls,...More
$48 - $60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Not sure of what part of MI you are driving from but the drive to Columbus will be the easiest part .Take a break and book a hotel along 77 S at Charleston just before the mountain drive. Exit 95 to 105 are all... More
Not sure of what part of MI you are driving from but the drive to Columbus will be the easiest part .Take a break and book a hotel along 77 S at Charleston just before the mountain drive. Exit 95 to 105 are all safe,plenty of Hotels to choose from. Get rested ,Toll roads,fast traffic, mountains for the next 2 hours after that then more construction on I 40,
PLEASE make sure your car is in working order.Brakes, tires,transmission flush. Saw several cars disabled last week. good luck,have fun, be safe. Kevin