Ratings based on 45 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby KSfrom Dallas
This is not a hotel, and ZERO customer servicePosted Aug 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
First of all, its not a hotel, its someone's large house, in which they rent rooms (with bathrooms inside). You may like more "home feel", the ability to go sit outside in their yard, etc. but the place is noisy. The carpet was super dirty, and the whole place is dirty, dungeon-looking with books and things stuffed on all shelves. The check-in area is the KITCHEN of this house. My room was right outside of it. New customers would come in, wonder around and yell "hello" at all hours. my bathroom didnt have any shades, so the neighbors got a full view, every time i took a shower. Jetted tub? its just a tub in the bathroom (not bedroom) with 5 jets installed. I didnt use it because it didnt look clean enough for me. They do have wi-fi and cable tv. They have a guest fridge (outside of your room in the kitchen), which is stuffed full and is very dirty. Breakfast was ok. No hot foods, just coffee cake, boiled eggs, cereal, etc. It was 7:30- to 8:30 am, so you better get up early on your vacation! it was not a problem for me, because i was woken up every day by the owner Leicha, yelling and laughing outside of my door. When I asked her to be a little more quiet, she said said "I had NO IDEA you are STILL sleeping". Zero concept of customer service. She was basically telling ME i was wrong for sleeping.
Recommendedby Gerifrom Colorado
Posted Aug 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
We were surprised to find this as a Bed & Breakfast, that was our disappointment. The food was okay and the room was clean. It was a gabled house and the ceilings were low, for anyone over 6 foot could hit their head.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Markusfrom Hobbs, NM
Charming private hotelPosted Jul 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
An interesting alternative to chain hotels in the satuarated but still pricey hotel market in Fairbanks. A very private setting, you feel like the guest in someone's home. The breakfast buffet is outstanding
Recommendedby Joefrom Marinello
The best kind of funkyPosted Jul 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
I love to be in hotels that are not too expensive or pretentious and are friendly, homey and relaxed. This spot, close to the airport, university and must-see sights, fits the bill.
Recommendedby Garyfrom Monument, CO
Quaint older small B&B.Posted Jul 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
Folks were very friendly and room was quite comfortable.
Recommendedby mary and jofrom sankt polten
kein Hotel wie in Europa - Pension mit PrivatflairPosted Jul 6, 2013 on Hotels.com
Wir haben Hotel gebucht, waren aber erstaunt, weil wir eher eine Privatpension vorfanden. Zimmer klein und schwer mit Koffern durch STiegen erreichbar. Frühstück im Preis inbegriffen, Anmeldung vorher 1 Tag in der "Lobby"...
Recommendedby Robinsonfrom Yakima
Posted Jun 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
This is a B&B in a private home. Room was immaculate and comfortable. Huge jacuzzi tub, lg flat screen TV, Wi-FI. Unable to review breakfast as left very early- was offered coffee, juices and waffles I could fix myself. Near airport and university. Beautiful yard and flowers.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
by Square dancerfrom Anchorage
Gourmet? breakfast????Posted Jun 24, 2013
Pros: It has an elaborate commons area.
Cons: 8 ounce drinking cups in the rooms?
Location: Quiet country setting. University was close.
Nice dinnerware. If you want bagels or toast, open the bags. Lots of cold cereal and boiled eggs. There was a waffle maker and a bowl of mix. There was always some concoction baked -- Australian something or pesto eggs. We didn't starve, but..... In the room--cramped bathroom. Only the tiny drinking cups. No micro-wave or coffee-maker. At $125 a night, I expected better. It was a long climb to the 3rd floor.
Posted Jun 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
it was great