Located in Salina, Americas Best Value Inn/Salina is close to Oakdale Park and Smoky Hill Museum. This hotel is within the vicinity of Lakewood Park.
Make yourself at home in one of the 70 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and laundry facilities. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided at no charge.
We pulled onto the parking lot and immediately turned around and left....forfeited the $$ we. Had already paid.
Motel looked like a seedy by the week low rent facility....didn't even stay...forfeited the $$ we had already paid and went to another hotel.
The clerk was one of the nicest person I have ever dealt with, really great guy!
Room had a musty smell, but worked well enough for the price
The hotel was filthy. Room was full of leaves and trash bags. It was 1 am so I said screw it on trying to change a room. Shower had lots of hairs in it. Sleep In your car or just keep driving
Dirty room and shower
Very clean, was able to get room temp set right. Bed was good. shower was good. Had a up to date TV and cable worked fine. WiFi worked fine.
Maybe that the room could be updated other than that it was fine.
It was very clean and the shower had great water pressure.
No hair dryer.
It is located in nice location, we take room for my family and we really enjoyed our stay with very good price. Hotel is old but they have all facility- we will definetely stay here again
I have stayed here several times and found that the cleanliness is lacking, I battled bugs (including a brown recluse) and the breakfast is nothing to write home about. I have found another place for Salina.
I was in salina for a craft show. I stayed at this motel. I enjoyed my stay here and nice and clean rooms. Nice staff and great facilities. IGreat rate for a one night stay. I would stay here again. I would recommend this place.
It was a nightmare. The hotel needs major work. The room didn't smell, but had construction issues. I was in town for a dog show. The next morning my dog made noise (not even a bark) and I was called to quiet him down. I explained that he hadn't even barked and I was getting dressed to take him out. I finally had to hang up because they kept going on about the barking. I put him in my van during breakfast to avoid any noise of being left behind. I later groomed him outside the room to be nice for the maid and left for the day. When I returned that afternoon my key wouldn't work, so I went to the front desk. I experienced the horrible behavior from the front desk as Joseph described, being told that I 'checked out'. Apparently when I was out of the room, they tried to call back, for an unknown complaint (he wouldn't tell me) and they 'checked me out'. At first he refused to refund the second night I'd paid for because I hadn't been out by 11, and I told him I wasn't there at 11. It took a few more minutes to get him to agree for a refund with the stipulation that I had 10 minutes to be out and back to the desk. His wife made rude comments to me while opening the door. That evening I discovered that another Dog show attendee had been kicked out because her Australian Shepherd was 'too big' ... no other reason. I went to the EconoLodge and regretted not going there first. (cleaner and nicer rooms, better breakfast) This hotel is NOT pet friendly and the manager is totally rude!!!!
The room were clean and very comfortable.My Son & his wife were in room # 100 they said it was the nicest room they ever had. We willbe sure to go here again,we realy enjoy our stay.
The room was really clean it looked like they had just put new carpet in. I think the other review may have been before they did some work at the hotel. I will stay again next time I am in Salina.
The rooms were unkempt, and smelled. The bed was horrible. The building and grounds were dirty, falling apart, had construction materials just strewn around the pathways. The man at the front desk was unbelievably rude, mean, and ignorant. He made very derogatory and discriminatory comments to me and tried to ask me personal questions. When I told him I wanted to leave he said I couldn't, which further enhanced the horror-movie environment of this place. I finally called the Days Inn of Salina and threw my keys down to the man at the desk and left. I highly recommend the Days Inn.