Ratings based on 219 Verified Reviews
3.9 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.1 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by A verified traveler from Kansas
Dirty room, no any services availablePosted Mar 25, 2015
Location: The hotel is in an old part of the town.
The worst hotel I have ever stayed. The room is very dirty and the bed is too soft. There are hairs on towels. Breakfast is not even included.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Stillwater Oklahoma
Close hotel near downtown hot springsPosted Mar 24, 2015
Pros: rooms, staff
Cons: sourding site and overall condition
Location: hiking, and bathhouse row
Very friendly staff and were very accommodating. We enjoyed how each room game with a $10 food voucher that you could use at their very good and healthy restaurant, market there on the hotel grounds. The rooms were novelty and old fashioned, they weren't posh by any means but we weren't expecting the such. If you want a hotel with some character then i'd recommend The B inn.
by Lee A from Horseshoe Bend
Big DissappointmentPosted Mar 17, 2015 on Hotels
When we arrived on the day of checkin, at the correct time, there was nobody on the premises to give us a key. We tried the hotel phone number and got a poor English speaking woman that seemed to no nothing about the hotel. Finally someone arrived with a key but in the mean time another couple arrived and was told that their reservation was invalid and they did not have a room. This couple had driven nearly 700 miles to find out they had no place to stay. The curtains in the room were hung incorrectly and there was no free wi-fi as advertised. My wife and I had stayed at this hotel three years prior but this was completely different than that stay. There was no shampoo or soap in the shower room and the in room refrigerator worked poorly. Bath towels were super small and did not meet the requirements for a bath towel. We tried to use the in wall heat/air conditioner and it did not work. This room is a very poor choice and we will never stay there again.
by A verified traveler from Louisiana
Very disappointedPosted Mar 9, 2015
Pros: NOTHING. But I guess I got what I paid for.
Cons: Everything. Especially breakfast. If they want to charge for it, at least have something worth eating.
Location: It was close to downtown. Which was the only positive thing.
I was very disappointed with this stay. I arrived at 4:00 and they were just cleaning the room. Check in is at 3:00. They advertise continental breakfast. What a joke. No food to eat. And they charge you for it. The shower head faces the curtain. Floor gets completely wet and its small. I will NEVER stay there again.
by A verified traveler from Ozark
This is an old hotel that's needs workPosted Feb 16, 2015
When we showed up to the location the condition of the outside was shocking. After locating checkin the inside was an additional shock. Large room small worn out beds. Mildew smell in all rooms and even the towels had a mildew smell.
by A verified traveler from Washington DC
Posted Nov 10, 2014
Pros: Clean and the bed was comfortable.
Had to wait 30 minutes while they cleaned the room and got it ready. No lobby to wait in. When we came back to the room in the evening the TV did not operate. Brought in another ancient TV. Same thing. Then a small TV. It worked but the whole process took an hour. No remote for the tv and channel selection was very limited. Bathroom was very small and if you weigh over 200 pounds you would be very uncomfortable here.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Arkansas
Old but nicePosted Oct 30, 2014
It's an old hotel but clean and fairly well maintained. To me it was kind of like at grandmas house. Biker friendly if you don't mind the steep driveway.
by SD Viking from San Diego
Nice motelPosted Oct 23, 2014 on Hotels
The B Inn has a lot of character. I stayed in the Rustic Room. It was very comfortable. The office was closed when I left at 8 am. It would have been nice if they had a drop box for the key.
by EDW from San Marcos, TX
Hot Springs Funkiness -- It's a Good ThingPosted Oct 22, 2014 on Hotels
This was our second stay at the B, and it won't be our last. We like it. It isn't a brand new hotel with sparkling amenities, though, so if that's your thing, stay somewhere else. If you like a place that's got some history and is a little bit run down -- a patina, if you will -- but still perfectly serviceable and for a good price, you might dig the B. We almost never go anywhere to enjoy the HOTEL when we travel, we go to enjoy the place the hotel is located. So as long as the hotel is clean and the bed is comfy and the shower is hot, I'm happy. Our bed was huge and cozy, water was piping hot, and there was a little kitchenette in the room so if we'd wanted to stay longer and get really budget-y, we could have eaten some cold meals there. It's true that there's an abandoned hotel across the street in the process of being demolished, but it wasn't in progress, and I guess I find that sort of thing interesting so it didn't bother me. Part of a revitalization effort. The B is close enough to walk to the bath houses and restaurants downtown, as long as you're a person who enjoys walking a few blocks, which I do.
by d from b
quirky historic spotPosted Oct 20, 2014 on Hotels
this is a historic place mid-restoration. because of this it is available for what is usually a third to half the price of the historic hotels a block away. it is on the quiet side of town and within walking distance to the historic baths. breakfast is good but, as i usually travel on business as opposed to leisure, starts fairly late for my preference. it is different than the usual chain joint (if you are not the type of person that would seriously use the word "quirky" in describing a good thing, this probably isn't the place for you). I always sleep well when I stay here and the water pressure is great.