Enjoy the hometown hospitality at this Baymont Inn and Suites Greenville, minutes from East Carolina University and close to Pitt Memorial Hospital, the Greenville Convention Center, Bradford Creek Golf Course, River Park North, the Greenville Museum of Art, hiking, fishing, shopping and dining. Pets are welcome at this hotel, which features complimentary wireless Internet and complimentary breakfast, and free parking for trucks, buses and cars. Work out in the exercise center and splash in the outdoor pool. Wrap up details for work in the business center with meeting space and computer access. Select suites are available with microwave and refrigerator, ideal for longer stays, and there is no charge for kids through age 17 when staying with adults.
The building, front desk, and Breakfast Room were inviting. It was largely clean. The breakfast was more than adequate. The Front Desk provided us with emergency one use toothpaste.
There was mold on about half of the tub-to-tile grouting. There was crud in the corners of the Bathroom. Perhaps the cleaners should sit on the toilet to get a new perspective on the room. My partner felt there should have been some form of eggs and bacon at Breakfast.
Had free USA-Today but did not have local newspaper or rack
Its was a good location near the convention center and restaurants.
The room was not very clean and very old furniture and appliances. It works for a night or two but not so good for the price.
the a/c was loud
Convienietly located near restaurants and entertainment, had a pool, good continental breakfast, friendly staff
Our room had a fan on the carpet when we arrived, we were told rain had leaked in, we had to ask for it to be removed. The room had a damp smell. Although it was a smoking room, it smelled as though someone had smoked marijuana in the room. The manager on duty (Raj) kept incorrectly correcting the young girl checking us in. He was doing something else and would correct her even though she was correct in what she was telling us. If he were paying attention he would have heard her.