I called around and tried hotels.com and there weren't cheaper. This place was good enough, but I've had better for less. There was no hair drier and the bed was not very firm. I'm glad I only stayed one night.
Very dirty place. Carpet has stains all over it, and you have to wear shoes while walking around in the room. The shower curtain was absolutely disgusting & hadn't been cleaned in forever. They price gouge the pipeline workers. My husband is having to pay $1600 a month for a dirty run down hotel & it doesn't even have a kitchenette.
Very pricing for the area. You can tell owners cashing in on oil and gas workers. The room I was in needs up dated badly. Honest here's the vintage microwave. They are in process of redoing the rooms however same furniture goes back in. King room 466.00 week ( we paid) couple next to us queen bed 433.00 week. All about Supply and Demand. Plus is little bar in front.
Rooms were old with holes in the carpet and walls. The bathroom door was rusty and the inside of it was nasty yellow that wiped off but hadn't been cleaned in ages. There is a bar in the motel and the bartender Nick was a real nice guy. We went in the bar late after fishing to be told they were closing early because the cops had just left because of three fights. The upside is the staff is nice and the rooms are pretty reasonable. Its a good place to stay for a single roughneck who likes to party but I wouldn't recommend it for most people or families.