Would you like to save as your currency permanently or for this visit only?
1. Price. 2. Standard motel. Nothing special, but nothing wrong. 3. The Indian husband & wife team that runs this place takes good charge of it, and they are helpful to guests. 4. Definitely better than other nearby motels on this same road. 5. Walking distance to the shopping plaza, from where on can catch a bus to Middletown. 6. Internet is reliable. 7. Coffee is free. 1. Walls are thin, at least in the second building in the back. 2. Good 15 minute walk to the nearest place to eat (the shopping plaza down the road). 3. Air quality in my room was not perfect, though it took me at least a day or two to notice and wasn't bad enough to change the room.
Leaving this dump. -Manager used his key to walk into the room unannounced to do some maintenance and then did not leave when asked to do so (guest was in the bathroom wearing only a towel after a shower). -Lots of things broken in the room (alarm clock, electrical outlets, etc.) -Frightful decor
Leaving, which I did after inspecting the room. On my first attempt, was. Given a key to a room already occupied. Shortly thereafter, was solicited by a resident prostitute. I declined. The second key opened a room reminiscent of some third world country though, frankly, a small child leaning on the door would have opened it. There was a pro forma lock, but no real deadbolt, and the gap between the door and the doorjamb would have easily allowed anyone to defeat the lock. There was dim fluorescent lighting, but even this was sufficient to reveal soiled sheets, complete with cigarette burns. Unless you're down and out, or feeling that you need to be a little more depressed, save yourself the trip.
The Grantmoore is a dirty, dangerous dump. As a middle aged tough male traveling alone I am used to rough conditions so I tend to ignore warnings, but this was too extreme for me. There was not even a nightstand for my gun so I slept with it loaded in the bed. Locks do not work, doors look like they have been forced open and bent, smell of drugs and suspicious characters everywhere, everything in the room in severe disrepair. I wouldn't even recommend it for short stays with prostitutes- I have my pride and would be ashamed to bring a prostitute there.
Everything was very clean especially the bathroom. Only had cookies and coffee. For breakfast and not much at that.
The television is so old,not modern at all.
wasn't what I booked.I booked REd Carpet Inn and it was a private owned motel called Colonial Inns & suites.Had the same phone # and the worker said it never was a Red Carpet Inn.Room was nice size and comfortable but the carpet hadn't been vaccumed in so
The front office staff was great! He helped us to resolve the room problem (sink blocked) at 11:10 pm. He was very helpful. He is the reason that I have rated the hotel high. The sink was blocked.
Good service owener very nice Stated there was breakfest and he had cookie lol refused to put all Danish out only 2 then said he ran out
Nothing It was a crime infested cesspool. We would have felt safer staying in the local jail.Don't go there if you value your life.They should make zero stars a rating option.
Nothing Hair was all over the bottom sheet...the long strands of black hair stood out the most....so I could not sleep on the sheet. KAYAK indicated that the motel had wifi, but the motel attendant at the front desk said that there was none. The toilet had been used prior my entering the room, so it was not cleaned. The TV, which was not even a flat screen TV, was old. There was a fridge in the room, and I noticed some burn marks on top of the fridge...one burn mark in particular gave the impression that a hot glass pipe had been set on top of the fridge. There was one bar of soap that seemed old...the packaging of the soap seemed to be weak and deteriorating. No small bottle of shampoo was provided. The motel sits atop a very steep hill, so be careful when you park....make sure you have your emergency brake on. This place is best suited to be rented by the hour for extracurricular activities rather than legitimate travel.