Service was good.
Staff very friendly.
Room could have more lighting.
Location was great.
We have stayed at this Super 8 many times as it is a convenient location for us on our way to Texas every winter.
This is an older Super8 hotel and it does have wear and tear to it. Overall it is clean and neat but is in need of a small face lift. Staff was nice and friendly and the pool and spa were in good shape. Not great but not bad.
As part of our awards redemption through the Wyndham Rewards program, we were able to stay here at no charge. If not for that, we probably would have chosen one of the other properties in the area. This hotel appears to be a favorite for hunters because it allows them to bring their dogs. We requested a room on the third floor to avoid having to hear people walking above us. (We still heard a few dogs barking once in awhile, though.) The indoor pool and hot tub allowed us to refresh our aching muscles after a long day of driving in the car. Typical of most Super 8 properties, the room doors shut quickly behind you, ensuring that each time you go in and out, everyone else in the hotel knows your activity. We opted to cycle the fan so it ran most of the night to help drown out some of the other noises. Having the curved shower rod was nice, but it does little to offset the fact that the shower head is only about five feet, making it difficult to wash your hair for even the average size individual, let alone my husband who is over 6 feet tall. The room was clean and they offered free HBO. The free Wi-Fi provided only “limited” access after 7 p.m. when others were sharing the network. Coffee in the morning was great, but the “breakfast” option was nothing more than your standard cold cereal, a small assortment of muffins, donuts, bagels and waffles or bread for toasting. With enough other lodging available in the area, my recommendation would be to check out the other options first before deciding on this place – unless you needed a room with your dogs.