We stayed at the hotel for one night, and found everyone bitten by bed bugs... more than 20 bites.
The towel is dirty and grey (which should be white).
Better avoid it!!!
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
Cheap, but cheap. Furniture falling apart, unsure if I wasn't next to housing project. Pool was clean. Room airconditioning worked well. Pillows were lumps inside a pillow case. No shampoo.
We were lucky to get any room in Page the night in May (14th?) that we were there; all other motels were full. The room was fine for the price (around $54 including tax) -- clean and actually quiet considering the heavily-traveled street the motel was on. The best feature: the young receptionist (Tesca? sorry, I can't remember), who was exceptional -- friendly, cheerful, and full of valuable information, even when the lobby was really busy. She was there when we checked in at night, and again the next morning. The owners/managers should give her a pat on the back; her attitude makes the place seem better than it is!
Maybe we had very little luck, but our room was full of bugs in the beds and in the bathroom. From tiny almost invisible bugs, to bigger black ones...
Although the hotel was fully booked and no one else was complaiinig on that night, the staff did everything they could and managed to find us another hotel nearby.
So, 0 to the hotel, 5 to the staff.
We had plan to camp but the sudden cold brought us here for one night in October.
good internet connection but you can't be two on it at the same time in the same room.
Cheap (about $ 55 plus tax) and , contrary to Best Western, they don't hike the rates when you show up asking for a room for the night.
hot water in the shower
bed OK, not comfy but not saggy either, way more comfortable than an inflated mattress.
quiet at night
bedding seems old, yellowish. It is washed but some stains still appear.
carpet not cleaned, I walk with socks and they were covered with hairs.
no hair conditioner
no view, but we went late and it was night anyway.
It was OK for the night since we only slept there and left early in the morning. We were glad to be in a heated room rather than in a cold tent. You probably can find better, especially if you reserve your room online.
The door to the bedroom of our "Jack and Jill" room was broken off, the drawers had no bottoms, it was dirty, and about the worst hotel I've ever stayed in. And it cost over $90 bucks. I think I could have found nicer furniture at the Goodwill or on the street. How does this place stay in business? It's certainly not through repeat business. It's an abomination.