For overnight stays on a long road trip, I’m really only looking for a place that’s clean, quiet, and comfortable. Unfortunately, the Alliance Hotel and Suites didn’t quite meet those criteria.
The room had a king bed and was placed where two queens used to be. The carpet was just old and gross, which was easy to see based on the color change from where the old beds used to be. The walls were also pretty thin and we could hear the tv from the room next door that was on all night. This wasn’t the hotel’s fault, but was just annoying. It probably would have been fine if the bathroom fan worked, but it didn’t.
The bed itself was fine, but the sheets weren’t great and felt a little like plastic.
No complaints about the staff though. The guy working the desk was friendly and helpful and gave us a bagged breakfast in the morning, which was a muffin, fruit cup and frozen microwaveable sandwich (my wife couldn’t quite eat that one).
The place was cheaper than the others in the area. If I end up staying in this town again, I’ll definitely try someplace different and spend the extra $20