At Motel 6 we welcome our guests 24 hours a day with a comfortable, pet friendly environment at the lowest rates of any national chain. Relax and enjoy WiFi in all of our modern guest rooms for 2.99 per 24 hours.
Location and cleanliness
I was worried that someone could comeon while I was sleep because the door was having problrmzearkirbthat I reported to front desk that wouldn't lock.
One bed had crumbs on the sheets.
No towelsNoisey people Drug bust in the parking lot
Internet service was terrible....
staff attitude and internet....
Crushed french fries on the floor when I first walked in. No shampoo in the shower. It was fine for one night especially because I was leaving very early, but it was very clear undesirable people use the motel for illegitimate business.
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Only think I liked was the availability
The room was out dated, sheets had stains, no water pressure, toilet didn't flush and the area was highly occupied by drug addicts.
the rooms smelled like wet dogs
The rooms are very clean and the location is very convenient to my purpose to be in the area. But evidently the location is in a questionalble area for safety.
Lot's of young kids checking in which caused roudiness and noise and my cargo trailer was hit in the parking area.
The room looked very nice inside.
The location is not so great. The cops were called out once during our two day stay. I am unsure about what.
Rooms were smaller than pictured. I was charged regular rate not a discounted rate. My roomcards had to be reset for the second night.
Near buffet and friendly gas station all in one
It is cheap, but you get what you pay for.
It is dirty and most of the 'guests' appear to live there long term.
The rooms stunk!! There was no hot water for shower Would never stay again in this kind of hotel This should not even be on price line! Very disapointed
The lady behind the desk was very helpful in finding us a restaurant.
Everything else! The room was uninhabitable; we had to leave and get a different hotel. Basically, it was a giant petri dish.