Ratings based on 280 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.6 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
3.5 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom San Antonio, TX
Not as nice as the photos on your web site.Posted Mar 16, 2015
Location: Good places to eat
Pool needs cleaning. Night staff person not friendly at all.
by A verified travelerfrom San Bernardino Co. Ca
A lot to be desired.Posted Feb 10, 2015
You could hear other rooms showers running and toilets flushing. The towels were thread bare and the breakfast at 0700 consisted of stale bread, cold eggs & cereal an empty pot of what had been oatmeal.
for Couplesby Darrelfrom omaha
Good and convient for the price.Posted Feb 2, 2015 on Hotels.com
Quick overnight stay. Close to I40 and good for the price. Employees were helpful.
for Personal Eventby JRICHARDfrom n/a
rude personPosted Jan 27, 2015 on Hotels.com
The clerk was one of the most rudest person I have ever encountered
for Business Travelersby Seanfrom Alamogordo
Nice stay.Posted Jan 26, 2015 on Hotels.com
Not too bad rooms need a little maintenance touch up, pretty nice. Room was pretty clean and smelled nice. Would stay again.
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Not worth the $30 I saved over a nice hotelPosted Jan 19, 2015 on Hotels.com
I will never stay here again. The bed was uncomfortable, I could hear every person talking or walking in the rooms around us, the pool was nasty and the breakfast was puny.
for Familiesby Edwardfrom San Angelo, TX
FriendlyPosted Jan 6, 2015 on Hotels.com
Front Desk clerks were very helpful. Even had a tea bag in the room, my wife hates coffee. but loves tea.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Good for Value and ConveniencePosted Jan 4, 2015 on Hotels.com
This was an OK hotel for the price. Convenient location. The night staff was friendly enough, and he gave us a great recommendation for dinner. However, the water didn't get very hot in the shower (during winter). Also, the internet was completely useless. I couldn't connect at all, and though my husband could connect, it dropped in out. We were traveling cross-country, so internet was important to us for planning the next day's route and hotel. The room was clean, and the bed was fine, but the outdated heater blew loud dry air all night. Not extremely comfortable.
for Familiesby Juliafrom Phoenix
Good valuePosted Jan 4, 2015 on Hotels.com
This is a good, basic, overnight hotel. It is right off the 40 when you are coming into Albuquerque from the east. The rooms are clean and comfortable, nothing fancy but perfectly adequate. There are a fridge, microwave, coffee pot, and ironing board in the room, as well as plenty of outlets to plug in your own stuff. There are a surprising number of channels on the TV, too. The continental breakfast was as good as you'd expect and the dining room was clean. All in all, a very good value for $60. Would definitely stay again if I were traveling through.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Texas panhandle
Adequate for the pricePosted Dec 31, 2014
One should not expect five-star amenities at a two-star price. The bed was too firm for our liking, but it was not lumpy or worn out. Bedding was fine. The bathroom faucet needs attention due to no diffuser and mineral buildup. And, the breakfast was far from "deluxe" as I would define it, but it would be adequate (we walked over to the Owl Cafe for a good New Mexico breakfast!). Overall, the color scheme of the room and of the lobby was third-world. 'Nuff said. That being said, the clerk at check-in volunteered no information about any of the services, and I was too to road-weary to ask. The previous week when we stopped at another inn the desk clerk shared several important pieces of info while completing the check-in, which was helpful and appreciated. This place was "I need to see your ID and credit card" and "sign here." Not even "have a good rest" or "thank you." The morning clerk was no better. I was the only one who said "thank you;" his response was "no problem at all." That is not a professionally courteous response, and he should have been the first to say "thank you." Courtesy costs nothing, but it means everything.