I stayed here once before and had a fairly decent room (for the price) so I thought I'd give it a shot again. Evidently not all of their rooms are in good shape because the second time around, I was put in a room that I could not wait to get out of the next morning. First of all, it was a smoking room and I'm not a smoker so the smell alone was unbearable. Not entirely the hotel's fault as I accidentally selected smoking, but when trying to switch, the girl at the front desk was less than helpful. I figured it was for one night so I would deal. I had to sleep with a t-shirt over my face. It was rough. The room looked like it hadn't been vacuumed and there was trash on the floor. There were no towels available, only one small hand towel and no trashcan. I had to leave my trash on the table for them to take, which I did not want to do of course but had no choice. The bed sheets had stains and holes in them and one of the pillowcases had a cigarette burn. The AC unit barely functioned and there were flies in the room. The walls had holes all over the place as well. When checking out the next morning, the front doors were locked and no one was at the desk. I rang the bell twice and no one came out. So I had to just leave my hotel key in the window. I paid $60 bucks for this room and spent a total of 8 hours in it. Worst 60$ I've ever spent. Between the unfriendly staff, the horrible smell of the room, and the condition it was in, I will never be staying at this hotel again.
Rachel from Charlotte, NC
This hotel is located in Selma (Selma - Smithfield), close to Carolina Premium Outlets, Rudy Theater, and Ava Gardner Museum …More