||||Excellent - 26 reviews|
Conveniently situated near exciting area attractions, local businesses and places to eat and shop, a restful retreat awaits you at this Lonoke hotel. With easy access to Interstate 40, you can experience all the area's exciting attractions. Delight in spending time at Slugger's Batting Cage, Waggoner Memorial Park, Lonoke Golf Course and Remington Arms Gun...
Overall Rating - Excellent - 26 reviews
Convenient location, clean and helpful staff.
Breakfast marginal.Elevator was out. Thankful we had stopped early enough to get a ground floor room.
The location is great for getting off and on interstate. There is a Walmart close by and McDonalds. Downtown there is a good restaurant, Stone Hedge or Stone Post.
The room was humid. This is the second time that our room has been humid and sticky. Staying there in the fall and winter is much better.
Overall Rating - Good - 58 reviews
Room was completely renovated. The room was extremely small, but it was in excellent condition. New floor, new bed, newly painted...the owners have done everything possible to make the room nice.
Smallest motel room I've ever seen.I was extremely easy m wary about staying here after seeing the reviews, but I was really low on money and couldn't afford anything over----. But thankfully, I was very pleasantly surprised at the condition of the of the room. Bed very comfortable..
Since we were turned away, even though we had a printed reservation in hand, I cannot comment on the rooms at this hotel, only the horrible way that we were treated.
Once again, I cannot rate the rooms since we never got a room. The location is in a dimly lit area far off the interstate and did not seem safe. The lady that was managing the hotel was extremely rude.We travel a lot and this was by far the worst experience that we have ever had at a hotel. We showed up at 9:30 pm on Friday, July 11th with reservation in hand. As we pulled into the crater ridden parking lot, we noticed that the place was dark and looked almost out of business. The office was dark, locked up tight with a hand written no vacancy sign taped to the door. There was a door bell that I had to ring repeatedly to get someone to come to the office. An older lady finally came and cracked the door about an inch, like I was going to rob the place. She rudely asked what I wanted. I...