Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
1.3 out of 5
33% of guests recommend
1.7 Room cleanliness
2.0 Service & staff
1.5 Room comfort
1.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

I would not pay for my dog to sleep there.

Posted Mar 30, 2015
Pros: Location only
Cons: All above mentioned.
I was put in a room initially that upon first entering, the smell was piercing and burning. I plugged in the 1970 was mounted AC unit and a musty smell came out and almost knocked me over. The ceiling tiles, coat rack and toilet seat were broken. The clasp for locking the bathroom door was held closed by a bungy cord going from handle to handle. I went to the front desk to tell them I did not want to stay at their hotel, the receptionist told me, "You already paid and I could not do anything about it" She said "You will have to talk to the manager" I said, "Let me talk to them" She said, " He will not be in until 6am, I repeatedly asked for her to call him and she refused. eventually, she put me in another room. This room was about 15% better than the first. This room still had the burning, musty smell and there was what appeared to be mold in the bathroom shower. I put toilet paper in my nose, slept on top of the covers with my close on and when I left at 6:30 in the am, the manager was not there and the girl at the front desk was sleeping, so I simply checked out and went on my way. Any one who reads this, Heed my warning and DO NOT STAY there!!
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Dead bug in the toilet, feet became visibly dirty.

Posted Jul 29, 2013
Pros: Nothing.
Cons: everything.
Location: There is a kohls near by that's about it
My feet became dirty right after showering because of a dirty nasty floor, there was a dead bug in the toilet, the showed floor was stained, I found body hair in the bed, dirt and dust build up was behind furniture.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by kayfrom Appleton, WI, USA

Decent for the price

Posted Apr 23, 2013
Bathroom door handle broken, no laundry bag and tv remote did not work, otherwise not bad for the price. Could use a new tub or better cleaning also.
1 out of 5
Recommended
by Anthony

Not happy at all by this hotel

Posted Oct 23, 2012 on Hotels.com
The shower was broken, it was impossible to turn off the heater (impossible to sleep), no one cleaned the room between the two nights I've spent there, wifi does not work in my room. Plus I forgot my iPhone charger in my room (my bad), I called the same day to ask and they answered me the day after that they haven't found anything. (I was extremely sure where I let it in the room).Extemely disapointed.
1 out of 5
by Kevinfrom Bakersfield, CA, USA

Stay away

Posted Sep 15, 2012
Pros: Nothing
Cons: It was dirty
Location: not close to any restaurants, as far as I could tell.
I only booked a room at the Rodeway Inn, because I couldn't find an available hotel room anywhere else in Chicago, due to several convetntions and tradeshows in town at the time. The Rodeway Inn appears to be a transient motel. The main selling point to the guests must be low cost. When the cab dropped me off at the Rodeway Inn, I noticed people in dirty undershirts sitting in lawn chairs ouside their room. The front desk had plexiglass across it, like a liquor store in a bad neighborhood. There was only a small slot to slide my credit card through. The manager was unprofessional. He asked me to pass out cards about the motel to people at the company I was in town to visit, and drum up business for him. The grounds were dirty. The staircase was dirty. The door of my room was dirty. The inside of my room was dirty, boardering on filthy. There were brown smudges/stains on the light switches and walls. The room was dark. The bathroom was not clean. I don't know if the place had bedbugs, because I didn't stay to find out. As soon as I saw the condition of the room, I walked back down to the front desk and checked out. I had no other place to stay, but I wasn't going to stay at the Rodeway Inn. Sleeping in an office chair at my company's Chicago branch seemed like a much better option.
1 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Poor

Posted Sep 14, 2012
I reserved a non smoking room for two nights. At check-in, I was told they only had smoking. The lady at the desk said there was nothing she could do. The room was disgusting and it needs lots of repairs.