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2509 Lyndale Ave NI-35 At Hwy. 21, Faribault, MN55021 United States of America | 1-855-873-6558
out of 5 reviews
“good nights rest”
Well kept, older property nicely updated. Very clean and comfotable.
“Ok for the money and a place to sleep!”
It wasn't as bad hotel if you're looking for a truck stop hotel. I did not that's what it was. Looking out my window, which was on the rear side of the hotel, there was a parking lot full of tractors and trailers. And they're coming and going constantly it seemed. For an inexpensive place to sleep it's fine, but don't go in expecting much more. I will say the free wi-fi was a plus, as I've stayed in some places where it cost as much as fifteen dollars per day.
“Not Impressed !”
Maintenance at this hotel was marginal at best. One morning went down for complimentary breakfast... 20 minutes after it was to begin, and there was not even any coffee made, no food out whatsoever. We were on a time schedule and wanted breakfast early, FInally someone came to start coffee, Breakfast Room had HUGE, UGLY stain on carpet underneath table .... VERY UNAPPETIZING !! The stain covered the major portion of the carpet! OJ and milk were in open containers in fridge, instead of individual containers which are much more sanitary and fresh. Our room had paint knicked off in bathroom, rust on fixtures and other uglies, making the room very beat-up looking. Each day several things were missing, as no new soap, shampoo, plastic glassware, etc. Had to call desk for it. No laundry bags. Bed was not comfy at all. Room was very small, rather tacky and seedy-looking.. It left a lot to be desired. Not worth the price. Would definitely NOT recommend this place and surely would not ever go back.
“Ok for truckers”
It's a truck stop. OK for truckers, but not a casual traveler unless everything else is booked up.
“Never go again.”
Instead of one queen bed that I requested, there were 2 kings in a room possibly large enough for 2 full beds. It was almost impossible to reach the clothes hanging area. Clothes would have draped onto one of the beds. The breakfast room was FREEZING. Noone would stay in there longer than to grab some food and run. The lobby smelled strongly of cigarette smoke, in spite of the sign that said "smoke free lobby. The bathroom light was extremely dim, more like a night light than a make-up light. Worst of all, when I mentioned these defects to the manager, he shrugged it all off and seemed to say something like "it was good enough for 27 years, it should be good enough for you. I understand the difficulty of finding small motel managers, but if their accent is so strong that they cannot be communicated to or communicate adequately, something needs to change. I would not go there again unless it were the last place in the area.