Easy check-in, nice room, and a pretty good breakfast
Rooms were fully renovated. Excellent bed. Breakfast served from a menu of choices. Great hotel for price.
Didn't like the lack of a sliding entry door. The hinged door made entering and leaving with my wheelchair (which I used to transport belongings to/from my room) difficult. Didn't like the limited parking (especially handicap parking (grand total of 2)). Liked the superior condition and overall appearance ...
Loud traffic and loud heater but otherwise good for value
Property was very close to town and businesses. Great location. Rooms are outdated. Need to be updated.
great surprising that the extra heater keep the room quite. stuff very friendly even helped us clean the unexpected snow on our car.
The room was actually pretty clean. Pretty good value for the price. Not a bad place to stay!
The decor, the creaky floors, and the smooth carpet takes you back in time to grandma's house, but at the same time be comfortable in todays time
Clean and efficient. Road to hotel was tore up with questionable entry but that’s not the property s fault.
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It's in Las Vegas. If you're visiting the state capital, Santa Fe, you'll need to cover 40 miles to arrive there.
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