We had a very heavy rain fall on our first night and a small leak came in the bathroom. Alerted the staff and they gave us another room, no problem.
A little hard to find. Otherwise great amenities. I would return
Probably the closest to central Santa Fe of all the Cerrillos Rd. motor court style motels. The rooms are warm, spacious and clean. Beds are standard, might not be great for people with bad backs, but comfortable enough. No-frills, but a good value.
The upgrade made this place very comfortable. The coffee was great. Staff took care to make it a good night. Would not hesitate to stay again.
We were at first disappointed as we were on the first level and could hear every movement from above. The staff was very helpful and moved us the next day to the upper level and much better for the rest of our stay. Two people who were especially helpful were Philip and Bryan.
There are a few realities about the Budget Inn of Roswell, NM . . . none of them bad. The first, and most obvious, is that the exterior of the hotel leaves a lot to be desired. And the reality is, it would be hard to improve it. However, the staff is extremely friendly and helpful. Secondly, the ...
The helpful staff and the comforts of the room. Breakfast offered a variety of food items.
This room was clean and updated but the air conditioner was terrible. It was set on energy saver and would cycle on and off all night. We tried to turn it off but the button has been cut out. The cycles were all different times too. Some were only a minute long and others were a couple of minutes. ...
The room smelled like carpet deodorizer! A very strong odor, like they were trying to cover up a different odor. Could hardly bear it.
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