The room and building were definitely dated, but the room was clean and for the price, not a bad deal. The continental breakfast wasn't bad either (waffles, couple cereals, oatmeal, juices, pastries). However, If you want the advertised 'free wi-fi', make sure you are not towards the end of either wing; we were 3 rooms from the exit and unable to receive any signal - actually picked up the Motel 6 signal next door (but they charge for their's). When we called the front desk, the guy was rude and offered no help whatsoever. Also, the pool was closed for the week - so be sure to ask about that before reserving. As others have said, the keys only worked if you swiped them a certain way, too slow or too fast forget about it, probably had to swipe on average 3 or 4 times at each door to gain access. The only reason we chose this hotel, is that it is one of just two in Burlington that we found that permit pets, and the other (Quality Inn) charged $25/pet which is high. If you are a no frills person on a tight budget w/pets, then choose this hotel, otherwise, go elsewhere. Can't say I'd stay there again unless we have to visit the area with our two dogs.
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