Red Roof Inn Hot Springs is newly renovated in 2010 and offers an upscale room at a great price. It is located at the foot of the Hot Springs National Park & Mountain Tower Hiking Trails. This hotel is conveniently located ½ mile from the Hot Springs Convention Center and only 1 mile from Magic Springs and Crystal Falls.
nice room alot of space and very clean. staf was very helpful for any thing you needed. i would stay here again.
The room was fine for the price; however, the beds were very uncomfortable and sunk in the middle while sleeping. The shower head was terrible which made rinsing hair time consuming. The continental breakfast had very little to offer. They should invest in the self-serve waffle maker set-up. It WAS clean and the staff were decent.
We were very late getting to our room and the staff/owners were waiting at the front desk with a smile and a small gift bag. In a time when no one really cares about service the people at this hotel went above and beyond to see that we were happy and comfortable. Some of the most comfortable beds we have ever slept in. A beautiful pool area. This hotel is one of the great old ladies from a time past when families traveled together and stopped for the night at well known named hotels.There were a lot of empty rooms but we had the same thing at all our stopps along our 10 day road trip.Would definatly recommend this hotel .The only thing they were lacking was the breakfast. I had no problem with it but husband needs a little more than cereal and toast.
we booked this motel online based on location and looks of pictures seemed to be ok till we got there, check in was ok. front desk didnt know what they were doing lost second room. daughters room was joined her room was partly cleaned ours disaster room not cleaned asked for another didnt have any that joined had booked room over a week ahead told lady we would wait for room to be cleaned staff didnt know how to clean lady that did that was sick, told them i would clean myself if brought cleaning items and bedding they didnt know where it was either room was covered in bloody items would not refund any of the rate we were 2 hours from home on limited money bought some bleach gloves and cleaned myself flipped mattress told them at front desk would not stay again
Our sheets had trash in them and the bathrooms had not been cleaned. There was a used half bar of soap still in the tub and old toothpaste still in the sink. The floors had not been vaccumed and there were roaches lurking about. This place should be shut down.
I was here under a group reservation. The rooms were filthy-cobwebs,roaches, cigarette holes in the linens. The pictures are not even close to accurate. The TV didn't work. The only thing the remote did was change channels. The air-conditioning did not cycle through properly. I had to get up all night long to turn it on and off. The unit next to ours didn't even have a door knob. We were pre-paid through a group trip and had to stay or we would have left. The breakfast was a joke. The only nice thing about this place was the pool. There were much beter hotels blocks away. This was not even worth it as a last resort. Sleeping in the car would have been better.
I made a trip to Hot Springs for a furneral November 2006. I was going to be in town for several days. I booked it through AARP. Originally I had paid reservations for Americana Econo Inn. It was so filthy and unoccupied that I refused to stay there. When I called the Travel office the man said he would transfer my reservation to Rodeway Inn. I was told I would be very happy there. It was a very old motel with bad outside lighting. Mold on the tile in shower. The furniture was very old. I wouldn't stay there if it was free! This place should not be listed as a AARP hotel or motel.
This is a dirty, rundown dump of a flop house. online travel website gave it 3 stars only because they do not care enough about their customers to actually check the correctness of their statements. This hotel is owned by people from India that also maintain it. I have seen latrines that are cleaner. The room door was not secure, the beds were crap, the bathroom full of mold, paint peeling, etc., etc., etc. The color of the pool water was sewer. \n \nIf you want loud people, drinking malt liquor, smoking cigarettes and yelling until 1 am in the morning outside your 'non-smoking room' door, then this is your place. If not, spend 20 bucks more and stay in a real hotel, like a Holiday Inn Express. \nThe hotel would not even give us a receipt and said online travel website would not allow them to do so...What complete crap. \nI would post pictures if this sorry web site would allow me to do so. \nThis is the first and last time I use them for anything.
This was the worst hotel ever. We went as a group of 21 we had 5 rooms and there was something wrong with everyones. Ours had roaches in it. The bathroom had no bath grips so I feel in shower and have a big knot on my head. The other four rooms were not clean when we got there. In my sisters room there was a water leak in the bath and the room smelt like mildew ( crap). Then they gave my sis a new room and locked her out of her old one so she couldn't get her stuff and the other room they gave her was not clean so they went up front and my sis asked for money back and that guy told her she was not getting a thing free. Then they gave them 30. back at check out which they should have got all money back. O would not refer or recommened this hotel for NOONE
the rooms are old and dirty looking. Didn't feel comfortable on the beds because of cleanliness issues.Need to show if motel is american owned. Any time I have stayed in an Indian owned Motel, they always have cleanliness issues!
The picture is not the actual one of the hotel. It is in an old rundown section of town that does not appear safe. It is misrepresented on the site and should be removed. It looked so bad I didn't even go inside. I couldn't write to you if I didn't state room, comfort, etc was all terrible but I didn't even go inside. I would have driven 7 hours back home if I had not found another place to stay. Now I will be charged with taxes and all about $* for a room because I didn't give 24 hours cancellation that first night. How do I go about getting my money back?
Booked Room on line . Only hotel left on the online web site in affordable range for my budget. Picture shows motel has outside door opening and did not want that but according to picture motel looked ok so I booked a room. Other rooms available at other hotels were almost $*/night. Got into town at 10 p.m. Called for directions. Motel is in oldest part of town which was scary for a woman with 2 girls with her. Drove up. The hotel picture on line is not what the hotel actually looks like. It was a dive. Curtains falling off the windows, windows scratched up looking, old, old, old. I had to rate room, service, etc. to do review but actually never went inside. I couldn't bear too. It was too seedy looking for me. I drove 1 1/2 hours before finding another hotel 60 miles away and stayed at a Holiday Inn Express which was wonderful.
Decent cheap place to stay. Not a nice hotel, but for the price it was not bad. Minimalist free breakfast. Rooms were decent and reasonably clean. The exterior needed some work. I would stay here again, but if you are looking for a nice place then you'll need to double the cost. We were able to hike the trail right into downtown or wherever else in the park you want. It is also a short drive to Bathhouse Row.
The AC didn't work in check-in lobby, room was old and dirty, sheets had holes in them, water wouldn't shut off completely in bathtub (constant trickle), vent fan didn't work, but could hear clearly conversations and TV in room next door. The list goes on.
Bed frames were broke and unlevel, I didnt notice the nice blood colored stain on my comforter until check out, I have pictures of it. The bathroom was dirty.