Ratings based on 127 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.3 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
2.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
Posted Sep 25, 2014
Door key had to be reconfigured 3 times. They didn't know I was traveling with my dog even though I called in advance to confirm.
by A verified traveler
Posted Aug 2, 2014
The carpets in the halls were filthy. The elevator smelled terrible. The "hot" breakfast was not hot and was sadly lacking. There was nothing for those of us who eat healthy! Will not reccomend this hotel to anyone and will never stay there again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Michigan
Nice pool and breakfastPosted Jul 9, 2014
Pros: pool, hot tub, breakfast, comp drinks and hot shower, clean rooms
Cons: Improve with more courteous staff
Location: Devil's tower
Nice hotel overall with pool hot tub and breakfast and comp drinks from restaurant. The male staff person was rather rude that night and next morning. Other than that you can tell the remodel will be nice. Very nice hot shower
by A verified traveler from Missoula, MT
Stay elsewherePosted Jul 7, 2014
The room was not clean and the hotel is dark. I would not return.
for Couplesby Tiana from Utah
Major ConstructionPosted Jul 3, 2014 on Hotels.com
Overall, especially after construction is complete, probably not a bad place to stay. That being said, there was NO DISCLOSURE that it is being FULLY RENOVATED and the fitness center was closed, lobby was completely torn apart and our room was in disrepair.
for Personal Eventby Anne
Posted Jul 1, 2014 on Hotels.com
Dated property, but in the process of renovation. Room was adequate.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
rude staff and dirty bathroomPosted Jun 5, 2014 on Hotels.com
The woman in the lobby was rude and not helpful at all. When we got in the room there was kinky hair in the tub and sink, the room by itself was old and disgustingly dirty
by Jean from S
Posted Jun 5, 2014
Our room smelled like smoke and the arm chair was dirty obviously hadn't been cleaned in awhile. In order to get into our room we had to enter the hotel, then access the room from the hall, then go in and open the second door in the room to the parking lot. A lot of contractors and workers were staying at the hotel so if you want breakfast get up early - by the time we arrive at 7:30 most of the food was gone. The interior is also undergoing extensive renovation so floors were torn up and main reception area had orange cones to keep you from tripping on the areas where the floor was torn up. Wouldn't recommend it unless there is no place else local to stay.
for Business Travelersby Joe from Gillette, Wy
Tired; needs to be put out of its miseryPosted May 31, 2014 on Hotels.com
When you walk in the lobby and are met with buzz saws, power equipment and various power equipment with saw dust flying...it was a bad choice. To make matters worse, the desk clerk tried to act of "we" were sharing intimate information about the hotel renovation, which I did not appreciate or care to discuss (I had to bend under the tent of dust protectors sheets hanging above the desk to check in) I should of cancelled right there and moved down the road. First of all, the electronic locks to enter the hallways and the room were so old and worn that it would literally take 15 to 20 "swipes" to gain access, especially infuriating when you are balancing bags and food just to get in your room. The room was fine, in 1981... it was dark, smelled musty and for the first time in my traveling career, was met with a bed with no headboard, the pillows were piled up against the bare wall. All of this for discounted rate of over 100 per night. This is a 40 dollar a night hotel room, no more. The lighting made it feel like a cave. More than half of the lights didn't work, and those that did, had those energy saving 10 watt light bulbs. The TV was the big heavy, plastic TVs that were so popular in the 80s. I called to get my lights repaired and never heard another word from the staff. The shower, oh, the shower.