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The staff were super friendly and helpful, the room was quiet and comfortable, and it's a great place to stay. Mine had a fridge. You can walk to the Huddle House to get food, it's always good but you're not going to escape for under $9/person for food. You can walk or drive to most of the places to eat, and for a town this size there are a fair amount of options. The Mexican restaurant is one of the better ones I've been to, and it's super cheap. And there's the usual fast food options of McD's and Hardee's, plus at least three other restaurants including a place that makes its own beer. Wi-Fi is very flakey. Speed: 3.5-7MBps at most, but it often cut out altogether and I had to switch to one of their other WiFi networks or use my phone. While the hotel's really well run, the Wi-Fi needs to be sorted. Unfortunately I don't think that is in the control of the hotel, it's Frontier Internet that is the problem.
Well placed bethween Atlanta and the killer rides of the Smokies and Applachians. It's been a bit banged up, but clean and nice. Seemed a bit expensive for the location and the age/condition. Breakfast was served in polystyrene, that's BAD.
Short drive to get to the Tail. Black Knight diner & Lynn's Place for good local food. Clean room. Excellent amenities in the Jacuzzi suite.
Staff is friendly The entire 3rd floor had a terrible, stale smell that they were trying to hide with plug in air fresheners. My room smelled horrible, like a combination of dog, sweaty clothes, and used motor oil. This hotel was nice 3 years ago, but has really declined