It is nice and convinient location. Laundary is only in 1st floor.
I didnt like how they did not accomdate timings according to the needs of majority costumers.
It was clean and had a nice breakfast. It was a distance from Fort Bragg, but it was right on the main road and getting to the Fort was easy.
Compared to many other hotels that our family of 6 has had to stay overnight in, this was by far the most spacious and comfortable. The layout was super accommodating.
The vending machine was out of order the room was hot, one of the towels was dirty
The pool section for toddlers was only 8 inches. The water coming from the umbrella in the toddler section was pulsating too strong for young kids. When I mentioned it to Staff, I asked if they stood underneath it. None of them had.
Very spacious and clean, friendly staff. Did not stay long enough to check out amenities
Like the big room. Was very quiet. Friendly and helpful staff. Great breakfast options. It was very clean but would suggest updating sitting room furniture. The fresh individual apples were a nice touch. Gives a healthy snack while traveling.
It was ok for the price, the staff at night was not friendly but it was fast and the room was clean. Breakfast is not good
Considering stopping at Fort Bragg?
You can find it in in Charlotte, a delightful city that is well-worth a visit.
We are aware of at least 24 hotels for you to stay at that are a mere 6 miles away from Fort Bragg. The Embassy Suites Fayetteville/Fort Bragg and Residence Inn by Marriott Fayetteville Cross Creek are some good choices.
If you don't own bottomless pockets, you might like to book a room at one of the area's more economical hotels. The Candlewood Suites Fayetteville Fort Bragg and the Sleep Inn & Suites Spring Lake come recommended.
Before you check out Fort Bragg, get a caffeine fix at Starbucks (Building 42171, Reilly Road, Fort Bragg). Ponder over your next tour as you eat the wonderful food at Arby's (2240 Reilly Road, Bldg H 4512, Building H 4512, Fort Bragg).