Historic Abilene Super 8 offers the Eisenhower Center, restaurants, antique and specialty shops, the Heritage Center, an antique CW Parker Carousel and the Antique Telephone Museum. The National Greyhound Racing Association has its home and museum here as well. The historic homes of Abilene, to include the Seeley Mansion, the Patent Medicine Museum Gemmy Award recipient by the Travel Industry and the recently restored 1880 Lebold Mansion, a National Historical Landmark, are well worth the visit. Golf courses, many antique shops, great restaurants and live Theater are also available. Pet fees 15.00 per pet.
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Friendly, helpful staff. Relatively quiet for a place adjacent to the highway, though I had to leave my window open at all times due to the reason listed below.
Yes, the biggest drawback is that my room had a horrible smell that could not be eliminated or covered up. I believe it might have been related to mold. The helpful housekeeper cleaned the AC filter, but the same awful smell persisted.
the front desk clerk was nice
the room was dirty, the breakfast was lame
Nothing fancy about this hotel. The price was the best part. But that is why one stays at the super 8.
Smelled like stale smoke in the non smoking room and out in the hall. Close to a busy main drag and interstate so noise was sometimes an issue.