Ratings based on 15 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.3 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
Posted Nov 23, 2015
I booked through Expedia quickly on the ride to the location. I neglected to mark "2" instead of "1" guests in the process of booking the room so hotel clerk basically through a fit because I "wasn't truthful" when booking my room. After I apologized she told me we couldnt stay in that room so she gave me a room that I paid an extra $28 to stay in and the hot water did not work in the shower.
by A verified traveler from Florence AL
Needs an overhaul!Posted Oct 5, 2015
Not a pleasant experience. Room smelled strongly of mold. Heater smelled like smoke when we turned it on. Breakfast was paltry. It was pretty much what I expected. Would recommend a property overhaul. The staff were pleasant.
for Familiesby Kathy
Posted Jul 28, 2015 on Hotels
It is just old, but clean. The mattresses were old and dipped. The staff was friendly and the hotel fit our needs as a safe comfortable hotel room on the road.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Perfect spot in small townPosted May 24, 2015
Perfect location for what we needed, although the pool was closed. There is a walmart right a crossed the street along with gas station and almost all food in area is near this hotel. 2 hrs from Nashville airport.
for Couplesby Wesley from Scottsboro
Comfortable room.Posted Feb 23, 2015 on Hotels
Room was comfortable overall, stay was short and room was all that I needed for my stay.
for Business Travelersby luke from Deltona Florida
goodPosted Nov 22, 2014 on Hotels
it was okay to stay for business
for Couplesby A verified traveler
MoultonPosted Oct 26, 2014 on Hotels
Recommendedby Bethany from Gainesville, GA
cozyPosted Sep 30, 2014 on Hotels
The hotel was nice and clean, no noise, convenient location. The only complaints I have are as follows: the vending machines are always empty, they never open the pool anymore, and the "free continental breakfast" is nothing more than cereal and less than fresh brewed coffee.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Rhonda
Posted Sep 8, 2014 on Hotels
by Mandy from Pittsburgh, PA
You get what you pay for...Posted Feb 27, 2014
Pros: The lady up front was very nice but I felt terrible for her having to do all the work herself.
Cons: A lot. For this much money per night, it'd be nice to have a relatively updated room with a comfortable bed or at least a mattress pad.
Location: Lots of gas stations. Get the chicken from Cowboys gas station. Pretty tasty. That's about it other than some fast food restaurants and a Walmart.
Being the only hotel in Moulton (other than one that I was told has a drug sales rep), I was forced to stay in this one lest I chose to drive to Decatur. I checked into the hotel room when the smell of curry hits me. I like curry, so this wasn't horrible. The only woman on staff (so it seems to me) was friendly albeit frazzled with her many tasks (cleaning, checking in, phone calls, etc.). The hotel is not actually set up like a hotel as it is more of a motel - doors to the room are on the outside. You enter from the parking lot to your room. Not the safest setup but Moulton isn't really a dangerous area. The hotel looked clean, not really up-to-date but clean. The bathroom is weirdly large, as in shower on one side, toilet on the other, and a lot of empty space all around. Strange. Speaking of the shower, there is a curved curtain bar on which the curtain liner sits. And below that is a straight curtain bar. They never took down the straight bar when installing the curved one. I found out why that was - they didn't properly install the curved bar so it's falling out of the wall, to the point where your standing in the shower, closing the curtain, and the curtain rod is falling off. OK, things happen. Whatever. The hotel is relatively noisy being right against the highway and having people coming and going all times of night. The beds are less than comfortable, and the room is either freezing or hot. The continental breakfast includes cereal, coffee, and pastries.