Good location, staff is friendly. Floor needed to be mopped! The bed was short(my feet hung off and im only 5'7) they said "the full size beds are the same as queen" not!
The management just changed here, so they are still solving some small lingering issues. They make up for this by having great service, and they really are resolving those issues as we saw when we were there! One staff member went way out of her way to make sure our baby could sleep comfortably. ...
Liked the flexibility of staff, when asked to change room. Liked hot tub in room!
Terrific value. Large clean rooms, friendly check-in, out of this world fitness club guest entry with two large indoor swimming pools, hot tub, saunas, exercise room. Breakfast was hot, with a wide array of choices. I could not have been more pleased with our stay.
Hotel room was very nice and clean but slightly lacking in outlets to support all the lights, refrigerator, microwave, and coffee pot that were in the room. The free breakfast was good and satisfying to start off a long day of driving to our next destination. There was no elevator to help physically ...
La Quinta experiece, as usual. Goood.! Ready smile warm welcome and prompt wffective registration and departure.
Property is easily assessable from highway. Quiet and reasonably priced. We had our dog. Only required a $15 extra fee for dog which is cheap. Had full breakfast with waffles in morning.
The room smelled when I arrived, but opened windows and it went away. Nice to be able to have a dog.
It was near a main highway and easy to find. It was across from a mall and within walking distance to plsces to eat.
Parking not convenient and no door for shower area.
The room was very convenient good to be on the first floor
Oldrr motel which is well kept up. Front desk being remodeled. Rooms worn but clean and comfortable. Great staff
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One of Vermont's top must-visit cities is sporty Stowe in Northern Vermont. Skiers, golfers, hikers, and sightseers will delight in Mount Mansfield, Smuggler's Notch State Park, and Stowe Mountain ski resort. Also in Northern Vermont is Burlington, the state's largest city and home to the University of Vermont. Burlington hotels are plentiful. Located on the banks of Lake Champlain, it's a quintessential New England waterfront city that's just 45 miles from Canada. Rent a car and pack your passport! (Any of the major hotels in Vermont can provide advice about entering Canada.)
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