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Crossland Extended Stay ... What's It Like?

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Crossland Extended Stay ... What's It Like?

Recently when visiting Houston, we stayed at an Exrendedstay

Deluxe for about $60 a night x 7 nights which EXCEEDED our

expectations, but as with all newly rennovated properties, rates

went up about $25 a night in just 5-6 months!

So ... anyone familiar with Crossland NW Houston ... same chain,

but excellent pricing?

So ...as Howie Mandel would say: "Deal or No Deal?"

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1. Re: Crossland Extended Stay ... What's It Like?

Just in case no one responds:

I stayed at this place years and years ago for nearly a month when I was between apartments and it was under different ownership.

One thing I know hasn't changed is that it's a little difficult to get to because it's actually after the onramp to 290 toward Downtown. To get to that onramp, or to go the other direction on 290, you can head down to the next exit (Tidwell) or go on the side streets through the neighborhoods back to Fairbanks-North Houston.

There's not much for shopping around here, but there is a Kroger a few blocks away and a Home Depot next door.

I stay in a lot of Extended Stays and there's a reason why Crossland is much cheaper than ESAs or Extended Stay Deluxes. The beds are small (I'd get two even if you plan on sleeping in the same bed with someone) and very hard. The toiletries and dishes are minimal, you have to pay for the coffee packets, and the kitchenette is tiny (no full fridge like ESAs). The room is also a lot smaller and the patrons can get strange sometimes.

They're very economical though. I just spent a week in one here in Tucson (again, between apartments) and it was actually a pretty good experience. So, I'm not trying to scare you off. Just something to be aware of.


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2. Re: Crossland Extended Stay ... What's It Like?

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