Posted Apr 11, 2015
This Quality Inn was quite dated. All rooms on both the first and second floors have outside doors. There is an overhang to protect you from rain when you walk into the lobby for breakfast. The room itself was small and the tub/shower/toilet room was very small. The door to it opened in, with room only for the tub and toilet. We had a room with 2 queens. The carpet could stand to be replaced. The rest of the room contained a nice flat screen tv, a newer work table with 2 chairs, a frig & microwave. The sink is in an alcove just outside the bathroom door. Everything was very clean, except the tub/shower had older tile which had cracked, so it was hard to keep it looking clean in the cracks. Otherwise it was sparkling. The free breakfast is typical of breakfasts for this chain. There were make your own waffles, scrambled & hard boiled eggs, sausage patties, biscuits, donuts, muffins, cereal, bananas, apples, oranges, yogurt, breads, coffee, apple and orange juices, and milk. The seating area only held tables and chairs for about 20 people. We felt it was a good deal for the price.