It served a purpose
Posted Oct 16, 2016
This hotel is definitely geared toward weekly renters, mostly construction workers. So, they're out early and come back at dinner time. That's all fine. Why I chose it - Baylor Homecoming weekend & the whole town was in the full-on pillage mode. Rooms at dump hotels were >$250/night. The Courtyard was $375. Hilton $450. I'm totally not kidding. This hotel kept their prices steady, which I really appreciated. The daytime front-office staff was fantastic. Very nice people, unexpectedly nice. The room is so-so, but what do you expect for this price? Compared to $450, I didn't care. It was clean, sizeable, had the full kitchen as listed. Some things it didn't have - the upgrades shown in the pictures. I wish they would be up front about that. No hairdriers or ironing boards, but they did have one of each for the community. They shampoo the carpet after every stay, which I can understand due to the typical use of these rooms, that's a good benefit, but the residual chemical smell never left, and I wish that wasn't the case. All-in-all, I would definitely stay there again under the circumstances. I liked being 10 min from Baylor and not getting gouged to the moon and back.
Comment from Hotel Management
Oct 20, 2016 by Laura B., Hotel Management
Thank you for taking the time to post an honest review. We appreciate this type of feedback and will be using it as we go through renovations.
Thank you for sharing your experience.