We stayed at the hotel twice, going to and from over Labor Day weekend. The first night we stayed in a king bed suite, the second time in a regular king room. The cost difference was about $10. With the suite you get a larger room, a couch, and a much bigger bathroom. The regular room just did not have enough sink counter space for my stuff and my wife's stuff. In the suite, the sink counter is in the same room with the toilet and shower; with the regular room, the sink is in the sleeping room, which I do not care for. The beds in both cases were comfortable enough, nothing special.
Sleep Inns are budget hotels and so expectations should be set accordingly. However, this one had a better than average breakfast with make-your-own waffles, powdered scrambled eggs, and sausage links plus the usual array. The hotel is pet friendly, even having treat bags at the front counter. The staff was very pleasant both times. Our rooms were clean and quiet.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Award Winning Sleep Inn Princeton is a great year-round destination in the heart of Southern West Virginia featuring 109 guestrooms and spacious suites, free wi-fi, indoor heated pool & spa, microfridges in all rooms, and free deluxe continental breakfast with waffles. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sleep Hotel Princeton
- Sleep Inn And Suites
- Sleep Inn Princeton
- Princeton Sleep Inn