Very pleased with everything about our stay. Would definitely stay there again
Nice place with a good breakfast. Price was right for a short stay.
As far as the room goes it was fine. But, after checking in late, I went to login to the wifi to check on my company network. After not being able to login I called the front desk and was told by the lady that their wifi did not work with Apple products and I was the 4th person to call. I have a ...
Room was great. Pool had a Lot of chlorine but was fun. The front desk lady complained a Lot about checking us in and that her manager wasnt there and she had So much paper work to get done and how she was hoping we just needed a keycard made or something. I felt like a Huge inconvenience to her. ...
This hotel is under new mgtment and is still working out the kinks. I had a special front desk manager who was very helpful to my concerns. Staff was very friendly. High five to Jaime. Thanks for compassionate service. Hotel has a good continental for the price. Rooms do need upgrading.
The hotel was dirty everywhere but the rooms, which were passable, but with an air of uncertainty. Entryway key locks were broken, and entryways were completely filthy. Understand, however, that in an oil boom town, men live in this hotel, and rooms are hard to come by. I wouldn't not stay here again, ...
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