Motel 6 Fort Worth - Downtown East is conveniently located near shopping and dining. Visit the Fort Worth Convention Center, Texas Motor Speedway and Bass Performance Hall. All guest rooms have a modern look with free WiFi.
rung bell 3 times waited 10 mins. no one showed up. we left. when we return the front desk person could barely speck English. price was to high for this motel that's in the bad part of town. Lots of homeless.
There were 'questionable' people camped out around the hotel when we drove up. The elevator was broke and the a/c didn't work well. When I opened my curtain to look outside, there was a homeless lady with all her belongings camped right outside my room.
The bed was clean and the A/C worked. We like Motel 6 but this was a TERRIBLE example.
NOT maintained. Pool advertised but empty & desk clerk advised been out of service a long time. Elevator down for obvious long time. Half repaired bath ceiling. Toilet seat & bath doorknob loose. Could barely shut & lock room door.
I was able to check in and go straight to my room. The hotel provided free coffee and a microwave was available. Location was a short walking distance to the bus line which allowed me to travel up and down town. Clean room every day a/c worked well.
The bathroom had holes that had been patched but not painted. On the first night there were insects in the room. The room had insects the first night. Second and third night no insects. Elevator was out. Ice machine on the third floor.
The room was nice. ...
We had kids And the elevator was out so we had to walk 3 flights of stairs.... The room TV also didn't get anything worth watching on it ..
stated wifi, none available. Had to pay for room in Cash
everything. Elevator broken; swimming pool not open; moldy; drapes in room falling off; construction; we left; did not stay
Quietness.and no one constanly bothering. Me
There were holes all over the room... In the bathroom especially. Kind of creepy. apparently, it was under 'renovation' but The construction workers were loud. Never staying there again.