Would you like to save as your currency permanently or for this visit only?
Price Line out the door during check in. Seriously understaffed and not working very expeditiously to serve as many people as possible. Surfaces in room were not clean. Both ice machines were busted. Washer in laundry room was busted. Bedding flimsy, not warm--had to bring in sleeping bag from car. General impression: management really couldn't care less about this property.
I was really hoping to take a soak in a hot tub like is advertised about this hotel. But I get there and it's outdoors and completely shut down. I was on the first floor and in my room on the ceilings were crawl spaces, kind of gave me the creeps. It's a good enough place to rest buy I wouldn't choose to stay there again.
It was very cheap The bed linen was stained. There was only a small shower stall. Building was run down and gross, including the pool. Town was in great decline.
The night crew/guy/manager was polite, professional and made efforts to help us into a cooler room. He gets an A. When I called the front desk again at 9pm, sweating while lying still, the night manager (the guy who gets the A rating) said there were no fans left and the best he could do was move us. He did but the room was only slightly better. The dingbat daytime desk girl! When I called her because my room was a sauna she replied "yeah, all 3 buildings have issues"... did not offer a fan which I didn't even think of till later (must have been the heat exhaustion from simmering in the room!). So, they KNEW their A/C was broken, but of course this is not mentioned when making a reservation! Completely unacceptable with 95-100 degree temps! The motel itself was not impressive (niether was Green River for that matter). The air conditioning was completely useless! Apparently there were fans but she didn't offer one when I called the first time. Do not try to "save" money by staying here!
Nice shower with steady hot water and good water pressure. I had just spent 3 days backpacking and a nice long hot shower was my main motivation for renting a motel room. The woman at the check-in counter was friendly and pleasant. Bed sheets were stained - not sure if the stains were fresh or just old and permanent, but to be safe I slept in my sleeping bag on top of the bed.
Clean room great shower. Check-in staff no change machine for vending. Staff couldn't break a $20 bill.
OK a better TV would be better room was clean, beds were good No shampoo
Correct breakfast. Value for money. Shitty town. Sorry Green River Stranger odor in room upon arrival.
Nothing On-line registration specifies a no-cancellation policy, which is unique to any other hotels I've stayed in. You're willing to "price gouge" me for $8 for cancellation insurance, which I elected. My stay was in connection with a cross-country, multiple day motorcycle trip. On the morning of my reservation, I started in Colorado Springs with discovery of a flat tire on my motorcycle. With every intention of staying in Green River, I ultimately spent more than half the day trying to find a place that was open, had the replacement inner tube, and could change the tube on a Sunday of Labor Day weekend--a near impossible task. As the day wore on and I started getting concerned about making it to Green River, I tried to call and cancel my reservation. I was unable to connect with the numbers provided. I called my wife and asked her to cancel for me while I continued riding. She was initially told by the hotel she had to call the insurance company, who told her she needed the itinerary number. Your data base can't find me just by customer name? On my next stop, I provided her the itinerary number but she was unable to connect. On my next stop I was able to get ahold of the Customer Service number, who informed me it was too late to cancel. She first said the cancellation deadline was noon that day, then later said it was noon the previous day. She then said I didn't have insurance. Feeling pressured to not lose my money, I pressed on after dark and over 12 hours into my day. After riding another 2 hours after dark, I decided my safety was more important than the unreasonable policy Super 8 has, and the difficulty communicating with you, I stopped short and spent the night. The whole experience was unaccommodating, unimpressive, and frustrating. Unforeseen events beyond people's control happen, but you have no concern for that. You have my money and that's all that matters--to you.
Price was good. Rooms were decent and clean. Breakfast was a pass. My room was directly across from the laundry which make things noisy. Bring your own towels, theirs are the hardest/scratchiest I have used
Rooms were clean, beds comfortable, manager / operator was friendly and accommodating. Bathroom plumbing needs work. Could not get hot water in our shower. Perhaps this will be fixed soon. We notified the hotel manager.
Freshly baked warm muffin for complimentary breakfast. Very good mattress.
Housekeeping stole my posessions while I was out. Upon returning from a long day hiking, found they had checked someone else into my room, and my things were missing. Housekeeping denied there was anything in the room until police involvement. Did not recover belongings. Dont stay here no mattter how desperate you are.
The room was quite large, and reasonably clean. This was the only good thing about this. Two out of three buildings at motel were clearly abandoned and in a dilapidated state. In fact the one building in use wasn't street visible. There wasn't a restaurant as claimed. Parking area was decayed. Office and room lobbies dingy and worn. Felt like a horror film set. Kept my deer rifle loaded and in the bed with me.
Price was low. Bedding and bathroom were clean We found few bugs in the bathroom. The view from the window to the parking where just few wracks stood in the tme of our arrival was a bit scary. Room facilities (e.g. carpet) were out of date