Best Rodeway Inn we've ever stayed at - newly renovated rooms, nicely furnished, well equipped, & very clean. Great & friendly service from the on-site managers. Quiet area & good location (just west of I25). "Light breakfast" was sufficient to get us on our way
Small but very clean room with an updated bathroom and hard surface floors in the main part of the room. Room did not have a coffee maker but one was provided when asked about it at the office. The people at the office, the owners we assume,were very nice and friendly They have a small breakfast area but we left before it opened. There is a pool along with a sitting area in the center of the property. We would definitely stay there again if we are in the area
sadly one of least restful motels we have ever stayed. The aircon was the noisest i have ever heard. it was louder than a semi, so had to turn it off and open window but its right on the road so noise of real semis. and the pillows were like rocks. we have traveled the whole world and dont expect much.
Convenient to the Interstate, this is a quaint, older, single-story motel-style property. Couple who run the place were very nice and friendly - helped me with plenty of directions and recommendations. Room was older, but clean and quiet. Everything worked fine. Internet service and TV selections were good - breakfast is a few cold items and coffee. Use the money you save on the very reasonable room rate, and go have a good breakfast at one of the diners in town. Very convenient to plenty of dining options. If you have kids, the outdoor pool area was nice. The owner leave a lot of quirky signs around - some people might find it offensive, I just rolled with it - everything from don't fill your cooler from the ice machine, to don't forget to tip the maid. Fresh cookies in the office at night. I'd stay here again - it was quaint and quirky, but I had a very good night' s rest, and the owner's take a lot of pride in their motel.…
This motel was well maintained, and the staff was attentive. Though there was a lot of snow on the ground, it was plowed regularly. Quiet room, great people. I would recommend this motel hands down......
We stayed one night and they charged us for 2. The BBB has other similar complaints. We called at least 10 times to get this corrected with no success. We looked up the manager on Google. He has a long criminal record for... fraud. As far as the hotel. It is has the noisiest HAVAC system I have ever heard. We could not fall asleep.
OLD FURNITURE. Old, tiny, flat-screen TV. Old mattress. Hardwood floor vs. a rug. Old AC/Heating appliance. Window covering was sheer. Could not get adequate privacy. Noisy neighbors. No real breakfast room or breakfast menu. Just rolls and coffee. No coffee machine in room. No ice bucket in room. No personal toiletries in bathroom, just push-button dispensers. OLD, cheap, small towels. Not enough towels. Old, antiquated clock. Information booklets in room (TV channels, local restaurants, etc.) outdated by years! Everything was old and obviously neglected. Internet would not stay connected and speed was ridiculously slow when it was connected.
I will preface this with I don't usually do this and I wasn't going to until it got worse. I will start with the pros, but the cons will follow. Pros: 1. Budget friendly-I lived in Buffalo for a few years before moving back to Texas. When we originally moved we stayed here with a room of animals and had no issues. I came back for 4 nights for my birthday to visit friends and hike the Bighorns. I had worked at the Hampton but knew I wouldn't be able to swing that price point so I settled with the Rodeway since I was familiar with it and it was pretty central to town. 2. People are nice enough-while I would have liked a bit more chat, people seemed relatively friendly although less so than our stay in 2013(although I am aware that the place has since changed hands so 🤷🏼♀️. 3. Pet friendly! I have a large dog (110+lbs) and have gotten used to super 8s and La Quinta since they don't have weight limits. Was an extra $10/night which is on par with the other places. And they have a nice, long, fenced in run up against the building she could go potty, one of the other reasons I picked this place. I wish there was more but unfortunately most of this review is negative. Cons: 1. BED BUGS. Whether or not it is a rare occurence like they said or not(like I said earlier we didn't have an issue 5.5 years ago) I woke up on Thursday(my last full day) with a full day planned until I realized I had bites on my arms. I immediately went and bought trash bags and laundry detergent(extra expense #1) and bagged up anything and everything that had been in the room and told a housekeeper who in turn told the front desk woman(bad with names, sorry.) Who came by to inspect the room and apologize and offered to move me. I was so upset all I wanted to do was to go home but decided to stay my last night. After bagging stuff up, I headed to the laundromat(extra expense #2) and spent 2+ hours there getting what things I could washed and dried (instead of hiking and enjoying my last day on vacation). Now I am home and the bites keep appearing since apparently they can take up to 2 full weeks to appear I get to go to work looking like I've been infested with something. I also get to spend my weekend washing things I didn't/couldn't AND having to get my car detailed(extra expense #3) in case I had nasty hitchhikers. 2. The heater/ac is a window unit. I am a light sleeper and the stupid thing does not stay on constantly(not even the fan like most units in hotels) and even with my box fan(my dog also likes to sleep cool) it clicking on and off all night would wake me up with a start. 3. There is no carpeting, that may be a pro for some people, but in the winter it was miserably cold as the heater wasn't turned on until I did so. I had an extra comforter that I put on the floor to work as rug for both me and my dog. Overall, I will never stay here again. However, had there been no bedbugs it would have been an okay stay. The attached pictures don't show the extent of the bites as I have them on my chest, legs, and face as well as my arms(pictured). …
We stayed one night at the Buffalo Rodeway, and had a lot of pros and cons. Pros - Good bed, plenty of room to set the luggage and good location. Cons - Thin pillows, dusty refrigerator and microwave, very small vanity inside the bathroom, No breakfast, and the worst thing " the tub would not drain, so I was standing in someone elses ucky water while showering.
We booked a night in this motel because of the overall good ratings. The best thing I can say is the room was very clean, but the deodorizer they use was very overwhelming. Had to open the window and leave the door open to try and air out. The mattress was old and very saggy. Although there was free coffee in the office, it does not open until 7:00 am, we are early risers,and no coffee pot on the room. Also the air conditioner fan only seemed to have one speed, full blast. Although there was free WiFi, it’s service was poor.