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Outside of the property is beautiful must've been the resort at some point in time. To get to the place you have to drive through a rather sketchy area of old boarded up houses. The interior of the hotel is very old and run down. Holds on the shower scratched up furniture. A tired old place not taking well care of. Next morning us locals about the place and all we also recommended not to stay there.
The staff was very friendly The biggest problem was the HVAC unit in the room. The mechanicals were so noisy that I was awakened every time the unit went on. It sounded very very dated. Another issue were the dust mites that got my allergies going. This was not unexpected. Overall, the hotel was an inexpensive place to rest my head that is need of an update. In a pinch it would do.
Everything was great! Great value and perfect location to visit the SUNY New Paltz University!
clean breakfast included close to New Paltz Village without being too close easy access to main highways Entrance is easy to miss on Terwillinger Street
It was a good value for the money, conveniently located and had a surprisingly good little breakfast for such a small hotel. Suggest that you advertise Free Wi-Fi because we almost cancelled our reservation because nowhere was that listed! The fact that the hotel was under renovation and had no hot water-rather inconvenient!
The room was simple and clean. The staff was friendly and helpful and the price was right. Lots of cigarette butts outside despite the receptacle provided. That's on some rude guests but a sign or two might help.
The location was what brought us here. Stayed after a Bethel Woods concert and before we needed to be to Troy, NY. Entry way was dark and unmarked. We arrived at night. The parking lot is not lit. We went to what we thought was registration because the door was wide open and that turned out to be a hallway with rooms. The next door was a hallway. It was the third.
Location (great view) and staff. Also indoor pool area was nice. Overall the hotel decor was stuck in the 80's. Very dated public spaces. Dinner buffet was really overpriced for what it was.
the massage was amazing from 'BO'..double room was spacious, quiet along within a comfortable bed.. the furniture was shabby, chipped and dated.
A lot of space. It was CLEAN. It did not have the warm welcoming feeling. The stairwell halls were creepy, moldy, dimly lit and walls were filthy. Our room had limited furniture or any real ambiance- so BASIC - just large space with basics. It felt like a large, clean motel.
The hiking trails was beautiful and outside of the hotel is well taken care off. The hotel room was old style, everything from the 80's. The 'restaurant' only open for 3 times 1,5hr each meal.You only can have a buffet style, the food not good, but eatable, nothing else is around. So we didn't have to much choice.Staff not nice either
movieviewing room, park for children, pool quiet and clean many of the staff didn't know anything-quitte disorganized
The nature walks were nice. It was quiet and peaceful. Some staff was often unprofessional, at times, crossed the line of rude. Confusion regarding wristbands and packages. There were inconsistencies with rules and regulations and lots of confusing explanations regarding them. The food was not appetizing.
Out of all the hotels in new paltz, it's the least of the rundown hotels. Linens are disgusting--bring your own. Large dark red stain on the teal fleece blanket. Disgusting.
It was a basic room. I would would only stay for one night tops. There was hairs in the bed and on the bathroom counter. The sink wasnt draining from the very beginning and once it filled with water it started leaking from underneath and counter. We used the garbage can to put underneath to stop it from flooding all over the floor.
Not much. Dirty sheets, odd smell, hovering staff over the poor continental breakfast...
Checked in after the 2 PM check-in time and was told they were just readying the rooms then. Door was difficult to open since clearance was too low. Deadbolt on door non-operational. Worse issue was the mold in the bathroom. Toilet did not flush enough to empty. Tried to check out the following morning but lobby was locked. Went outdoors and tried ringing bell several times at lobby door. After 20 minutes, clerk came to door in his bare feet (walking through breakfast area), seemed annoyed that I had awakened him (even though by that time it was about 10 minutes prior to when they said breakfast would be out). Did not stay for the breakfast. Saw that the cereals were kept out in dispensers when I checked in the earlier day so I had doubts about their freshness/closure from insects.
The New Paltz Rodeway Inn & Suites was conveniently located, with easy accessibility to the highway and a short drive to the college, yet it was quiet at night with no road noise. The rooms and public areas were very clean, and the staff was friendly and attentive. The hotel offered a standard continental breakfast in the morning. I understand that this property has recently come under new management and the new proprietor is eager to continue to make improvements.
Outside is nice and renovated. Front desk curteous. By far the dirtiest room I've ever stayed at and I've stayed at a lot of cheap motels. Table was sticky and had crumbs on it. Dirty dirty floor seemed it had not been cleaned in years.
The staff was really great, the common areas were very inviting and the food was delicious!
I booked this hotel for proximity to a work event, and because it looked like it would have more character than a chain. Their communication with me was very misleading.
Clean, cheap, free breakfast (very limited, but I did not even know it included one). Really hard beds, water smelled (I do not know if this is a hotel or local issue, but the water was very bad), had a funny smell in the room when we arrived (it seemed to lessen with the AC running or maybe we got used to it).
The office area was very clean and modern. The staff was very friendly. The bathroom was actually the nicest thing inside the hotel room. It was clean and modern with a small soaker tub. As you first approach the hotel, you'll see a strip joint to the left and bare, weathered, plywood on the outside of the building facing the main road. (The picture that they have on their website, does not look like what it does now.) Our room was on the second floor. The steps to the second floor were uneven, and we're covered with cheap, weathered, worn out, outside carpet. At the top of the stairs, the floor was covered with bare, weathered plywood and in some places it looked rotten. I was afraid to walk on it, but I had no choice because I booked it with Hotels.com and it was too late to cancel the reservation. The room what stinky and the beds were hard and uncomfortable.
Parking, mini fridge We checked in late and didn't realize the torn up cpndition out side. The second floor had exposed plywood from unfinished construction. We had to ask for towels for the room, there were none provided. Carpet floors in our were stained. Definitely not worth the $160 we spent for one night.
no hot water for a shower from 5-10PM