I had low expectations for the "Historic Summit Inn", thanks to many of the reviews on this site, so was ready to be underwhelmed.
We arrived tired after a long drive for our weekend getaway, so decided to make the best of it. However, I was surprised to find the hotel right on a very busy stretch of highway. Highway noise was impossible to get away from. Relaxation was out.
The room was shocking given the inflated price. Circa 1980 cheaply finished, in need of a new carpet. The stench from the old one was virtually unbearable. The view over the back parking lot was not particularly surprising.
The water ran yellow and doesn't seem fit to drink. We didn't try the food, given the many poor reviews, except for the breakfast. Pancakes were ok but surprisingly the "breakfast included" option is really just a pre-pay. You order your breakfast, and if it's more than the $20 you pay for it. Really cheap.
Service was amateur. The manager seemed to be inspired by poor quality and poor customer service. I can't believe this place makes enough money to stay open, and it is unfortunate that it does.
Gives a terrible name to the "National Register of Historic Places ", if it is truly recognizedMore
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking