Ratings based on 17 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.5 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
2.6 Room comfort
3.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified travelerfrom Ga
Stayed there to visit ga southernPosted Mar 30, 2015
Very uncomfortable. Beds were like sleeping on a piece of wood with flat pillows. And very over priced for what it is
for Personal Eventby Michaelfrom Bristol
ReviewPosted Dec 3, 2014 on Hotels.com
Older hotel that needs some maintenance and updates. Price was good.
for Couplesby Rossfrom Stewiacke,Nova Scotia, Canada
Our stopover in Metter Ga.Posted Nov 12, 2014 on Hotels.com
We found that the motel was adequate for all of our requirements. We travel with a small dog and of the many motels that we have stayed in so far since we left Canada this is the only one that charged a fee for our small dog (Shi-tzu) A clock would have been useful.(I was required to rate the motel for service but we didn't request any for our four day stay but it was offered.)
for Business Travelersby Julesfrom Atlanta
Clean and met our expectation based on pricePosted Aug 18, 2014 on Hotels.com
My only issue was that the distance to Georgia Southern was further than listed but there was nothing available in Statesboro.
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 13, 2014 on Hotels.com
by A verified travelerfrom Hampton, VA
Needs ImprovementsPosted Jul 6, 2014
Pros: The room was clean.
Cons: The hotel needs better mattresses and pillows. Towels and washcloths could be more plush. Needs an iron and ironing board.
Check in felt like an interrogation. The "owner" asked everyone, repeatedly, if they had pets or needed a wake up call and made it clear that all people (other people were checking in at the same time) had to be out by the 11:00 a.m. check out time...as if any one would want to stay longer. The beds felt like you may as well have slept on the floor and the pillows weren't much better. Upon arrival in the room, it was like walking into a sauna. In the 95℉ and above temperatures in Georgia, the AC was not on and it took over an hour for the room to cool on maximum settings. The towels were thin and small. It almost felt like showering with sandpaper. There was no iron or ironing board...who travels with these items anymore. Outside of a desperate need to get off the highway for rest before continuing a long trip, I would advise looking elsewhere for lodging.
for Studentsby Ginnyfrom Atlanta
over night stayPosted Apr 7, 2014
Pros: proximity to Georgia Southern University
Cons: mattresses were hard
Location: We were there just so we could tour the college in the am.
All hotel rooms were booked in Statesboro, so my son and I stayed at Garden Inn. We had to be at Georgia Southern at 7:30am. It was about 15 minutes away from the college. Rooms were very clean and comfortable. Management was very nice. No good coffee in the morning, but other than that it was fine for what we needed.
for Everyoneby Ganfrom Atlanta, Ga.
ReviewPosted Sep 30, 2013
Pros: Cleanliness and courtesy of manager. Reasonably priced.
The motel is somewhat old-fashioned appearing outside and inside. However I have traveled a lot and stayed in some very expensive lodging, but this was the cleanest, quietest (in spite of it being Family Weekend at GSU) motel I have ever experienced. Everything was immaculate! The manager was most courteous and helpful.
Uncomfortable bed/no coffeePosted May 13, 2013
Pros: Very little
Location: Metter, Ga-we were only there over night
The Scottish inn was too expensive-it was clean-but the beds were horrible-there was no hot water for showers the next morning. No coffee in the rooms. Television reception was terrible. I will NOT stay in a Scottish Inn again. And the rates was way too expensive for a cheap motel room
Very clean low end hotelPosted May 13, 2013
Pros: It was clean and quiet.
Cons: We would have been 100% satisfied if the rate were 65% lower than what we were forced to pay.
We chose this hotel strictly because of lack of availability due to a university commencement. All hotels in the area virtually tripled their prices for the Friday that we needed to be in the area. We were forced to pay way too much for the room. Though the hotel was scrupulously clean, it had outdoor entrances, low end furnishings, and only two towels for the three adults we booked for. There was also a dearth of pillows. There was no breakfast included in the price.