Ratings based on 12 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.1 Service & staff
2.9 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Williston
Do it yourselfPosted Nov 26, 2014
Paying for four star quality, no cleaning staff. Take care of it all yourself one star actuallity. Don't forget the smell.
for Business Travelersby Peter from Hazelton
Ok, but see what else is available before you commPosted Nov 24, 2014 on Hotels
Bed was awful, very hard to sleep on. Hotel should be more up front with their polices and what they offer.
for Business Travelersby Mike from Chitown
Pleasantly surprised.Posted Nov 15, 2014 on Hotels
I travel all over the country and I was skeptical, but with Holiday Inn Express at $280 for one night, I decided to take a chance. I was pleasantly surprised. The room was clean. Bed was comfortable. Heat worked fine. Shower was hot and full force. What more could you want? Desk gal was pleasant. It was a bit spartan inside, but value is value. I would stay there again. Who needs a hot cookie at check in anyway? I was surprised the place was 3 years old and looked as clean and well maintained as it was, considering all the traffic it gets.
for Business Travelersby Will from Minneapolis
ModularPosted Nov 15, 2014 on Hotels
New, Cheap modular hotel. Will be a run down in a few yrs. junk. worth no more than $40 a night.
for Business Travelersby Marco from wiliston
The worst by far.Posted Nov 14, 2014 on Hotels
Horrible ,room smelled like urine.
for Business Travelersby amner
Posted Nov 8, 2014 on Hotels
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Does not show hidden costsPosted Nov 5, 2014 on Hotels
Amenities shown in pictures not included. Available for extra fees, misleading. (Dishes, coffeemaker) Phoned ahead regarding coffeemaker and was told it would be available upon request, not informed of $30 per week fee until arrival.
for Business Travelersby William from Value Place, Williston
Williston-bound? Pay attention, travelers.......Posted Oct 14, 2014 on Hotels
Through Hotels.com; booking on-line, i was able to stay at a new, high-tech Hotel in Williston, North Dakota. Whatever your reason for coming to town, just know that every thought was put into the Value Place location for those planning arrival in Williston. It is new, clean, high-tech and V-E-R-Y competitively priced. It is also very busy with local industry employees from all over the world. Yet i saw families there. HAPPY families. Very conveniently located to all places necessary, Walmarts, downtown Williston, even new churches, you can get quite a lot of work done from your room, if that is all you need. The smallest, single, studio room has a full kitchen, nevertheless. (full fridge, cooktop, m'wave and wd floors, cabs & plenty of room. Even a lg., new flat-screen TV, if that's important. I asked the front desk if they would rec'v. a fax for me (and tried to pay, but they offered no/charge as a courtesy). 'Value Place' may sound like the most understated and unpretentious name for a chain of extremely successful hotels, but that is exactly how they are. And their staff are like the family you wish yours was when you were a kid.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted Sep 7, 2014
Nice place. Newer building. Kitchenette and laundry room was convenient for long stay
by A verified traveler from California
Hardly a valuePosted Aug 28, 2014
Pros: Not much
Cons: Retrain staff in professionalism, replace matresses, provide more than one pillow, provide soap and shampoo. Increase frequency of cleaning.
Location: Run through a cornfield. Cow tipping. Watch an oil pump go up and down for hours on end.
Beds were very uncomfortable and only had one pillow each. Staff pounded on the door in the morning several hours before checkout time to see if we were checking out while we were sleeping. Refrigerator was loud. Location was very noisy with people upstairs moving furniture or something and people generally being very loud outside the room, shouting, laughing, carrying on etc. Staff didn't seem to care about people in the lobby waiting. Not in a hurry to do anything really.