Ratings based on 25 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.7 Room cleanliness
2.8 Service & staff
2.8 Room comfort
2.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Vt.
Good place to stay. You get what you pay for.Posted Sep 4, 2014
This is located in a quiet location. The room was comfortable. I noticed the staff is smaller from past two years I have stayed here with day to day maintenance affected. My check-in was smooth and the attendant responded to my issue promptly and respectfully after check-in.
by A verified traveler from NY
Very dirty/ non smoking rm full of nicotine.Posted Aug 19, 2014
Pretty inexpensive.Booked at last minute. Only took because last non smoking rms around.1st rm I rejected, 2nd wasnt really any better,the nicotine was dripping off the ceiling it was so thick..Bathroons were very dirty ,tub stained heavily and uncleaned.Overall very dirty and outdated.For the price I didnt expect alot and thats exactly what it offered, a dirty smoke saturated place to spend a night. Im not a world class high end traveller but this place is pretty bad.
by A verified traveler from Boston MA
Rusty TubPosted Aug 5, 2014
Pros: The microwave and refrigerator are the only substantial assets to this motel. the beds were comfortable and the heat/ac worked well.
Cons: Room is shabby, reception unwelcoming, and walls thin
Location: there was a mediocre restaurant across the street within walking distance.
Arrived to find no one at reception at 8pm--instructions to ring bell or call. My cell phone was not working, and they didn't answer bell. Luckily tenants in the back got the housekeeper who checked us in. there was rust in the tub. Late at night, the TV in the next room was loud and disturbing. The walls were thin. This hotel has an unsavory air about it. We were overcharged on the tax--there was no itemizing for the room and the cost was more than we expected.
for Everyoneby Michele from South New Jersey
Close to school for daughter's college graduation.Posted May 27, 2014
The room served it's purpose. We needed a place to sleep and get ready for our daughter's graduation. It wasn't anything fancy,
by Linda from Stockbridge, Ma.
Disappointing & shabbyPosted Oct 22, 2013
Pros: I liked that it was pet friendly.
Cons: CLEAN IT!
Location: It's in the middle of nowhere, but it was 15 minutes from our destination for the weekend, so the location was good for us.
When we first arrived, we had to ring a bell to be let inside the lobby to get our key. Once we had key in hand, we went to the room, to find that the door, while it locks, is questionable to how secure it actually is. Inside, the room had an unpleasant odor, so we left the door open. The furniture is old, the room is run down and the bathtub had long black hairs on the shower wall. They where still there when we left, two days later. It appeared that whomever cleaned, neglected to actually move furniture, so the rugs behind the furniture where dirty. The soap is barely minimal as are the towels. The owners where pleasant and polite, we had very little interaction with them.
by won't say from Southern Maine
Name should be "Basic", not "Classic"Posted Oct 19, 2013
Pros: Absolutely nothing.
Cons: Coffee/Tea in the rooms, hand towels, bath soap and shampoo, TV Guide listings, emergency phone numbers. This place was as bare as a hotel could get.
Location: location good, off Rt 95 within 1 mile. Walking trails nearby at Arcadia Mgmt Area.
When I drove up to the hotel, I actually thought it was out-of-business, no cars in the parking lot. Now I know why....I was going to a wedding in Providence, RI and was picking my sister up at T.F.Green airport. We wanted a nice hotel near the airport since she was arriving after 10pm. This was the cheapest place around. The amentities included free WiFi, clean room (but don't look under the beds), and clean sheets and beds. That's about it! There was no complimentary shampoo, conditioner or bath soap. There was no hair dryer, hand towels, TV guide listing, emergency phone numbers, local places to eat, etc. There was no coffee maker in the room or complimentary coffee in the hotel lobby (you can walk next door to the truck stop for 2 choices of coffee, but if you want milk in your coffee, you are out of luck). They didn't even have a bible in the room. What we got for our $100 was 2 wash clothes, 2 flimsy bath towels, a small bar of hand soap for the bathroom sink, TV with remote, clean beds and WiFi. I have stayed at hotels for $50/night and got more than that!! I would not recommend this hotel to the devil....good luck folks...pay $20 more a get something FAR more comfortable.
Recommendedby Gary from Prescott, AZ
Posted Sep 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
I found the motel met my needs. The room was clean and orderly.
for Everyoneby Jeff from Vermont
Nice, quiet overnight stay !Posted Sep 13, 2013
Pros: It is not too far from the interstate and in a quiet location.
Cons: No improvement's to mention.
Location: There is a nice restaurant across the street from the motor lodge I highly recommend trying . Eat in or take out.
My overnight stay at the Classic Motor Lodge was pleasant. The room was clean and the bed was comfortable.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Bonzo from Cape Cod
Decent accomodationsPosted Aug 8, 2013 on Hotels.com
The rooms were OK and for the money , a pretty good deal. Did have problems with a noisy woman next door but can't fault the motel for that.
by A verified traveler
Do NOT Reserve Here!Posted Aug 5, 2013
Cons: 1) Replace the air conditioning units with quiet units that actually work (or allow windows to be opened) 2) Re-model bathrooms 3) Fix the lighting
While admittedly an economy room, at a bare minimum, you still expect a room that you can get a decent nights sleep in. The air conditioning unit (a necessity because you cannot open a window) ... was a NIGHTMARE: Very noisy, did not cool, and emitted a stale odor that raised health concerns (the lighting also had problems, with certain fixtures not working, etc). The bathroom was a turn off - with corners of the plasterboard walls in the shower showed decay and signs of mildew. But the temperature and the noise from the conditioning unit was SO bad that my wife developed a migraine headache. And as a result of concern for her - I barely slept at all that night. At 3 AM in the morning... unable to sleep, we seriously debated sleeping in our car instead. I rarely write a bad review - or get overly critical - but this place was the definition of a "dive". Save yourself some trouble, and reserve at a Motel 6 (or something equivalent) instead.