We were just in town for the night as I had an interview nearby at the Nemacolin Resort, so we didn't need much but a bed to sleep in. I am always a little nervous about staying at little no name motels, so have to admit we were a little anxious leading up to getting there. The man who checked us in was nothing but friendly and helpful. We had an issue getting to the hotel, the gps took us to the other side of town, so he asked to see what my gps said and was trying to find the issue. he also took note that it was me and my mom and asked if we wanted a room with two beds instead of one.
The actual room was actually pretty nice! Definitely a step back in time, but I really don't have many complaints. Clean, cozy, didn't smell musty or bad of any sorts. Bed were decently comfortable. The one had cigarette burns in the comforter, but not major. Bathroom was quite small, but was manageable.
Didn't like the outlets, all of them were completely full and overflowing with attachments so i had to disconnect one of the lamps just to charge my cell phone.
The fridge had a really bad sour smell. But other than those two things, I definitely didn't mind staying here for the night. If i was in town for just a night again I would def go her, but any longer than that I think I'd just spring for the Holiday Inn.
Overall, not the typical motel stigma, pleasant to stay at, staff great and def a value for the money we paid! I'd def recommend it if you just need a place to stay while passing through.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Family owned and operated, Uniontown's closest lodging to Falling Water, Ohiopyle, Laurel Caverns, Ft Necessity. Clean comfortable rooms, reasonably priced. ... more less