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Staff was very much attentive to what ever issue Mattress needed to be replaced sag to much Comforter was spotted all over too noticeable
The furniture and renovations inside the rooms showed a modern, tasteful set up in an older motel, in an excellent location near 75 and walking distance to downtown restaurants and local businesses. Still some improvement needed on basics - like cleaning the room daily! I stayed 5 days and they only made up the room once. I had to raid the supply cart for extra toilet paper. There were no basics like tissues or a trash can for the bathroom (useful for non-flushables!) the coffee maker was not located near an outlet so I had to plug it in on the floor across the room to use it. No channel guide for TV. Really basic stuff. Heat controls didn't work - room got too hot or too cold.
There's nothing positive to say about this business Extremely dirty room. Holes in wall was patched, but never painted. Something spilled on wall and not cleaned up. Furnishings very outdated. Bed and bedding absolutely nasty. no complimentary toiletries, or continental breakfast.
The location There was a whole in the wall, the tub was filthy, and the linnens had stains all over them. Oh and reeked of smoked!
Nice staff, especially Ms. V who worked the evening shift from Nov. 11th thru morning of the 12th. She made my stay so much nicer with her answers to my questions about the area and places to see. What a gem for Super 8 Troy!! Old hotel, needs some renovations with the carpet, tub cleaning or replacement, & heating system. Also some type of sound proofing is needed or padding on doors because doors can be heard slamming in the middle of the night or early morning as people enter or depart.
The room was large and reasonably comfortable- and I got it at a good price. The bed was very comfortable - and there was a good selection of TV channels. The Wi-FI worked well too. My single biggest complaint is that ALL of the electrical outlets (only 3 in total, not counting the one in the bathroom - not nearly enough for a room this big) were severely overloaded. One outlet was overloaded to the point where the 4-plug extender (completely full) was so heavy that it kept falling out of the wall. I ended up having to disconnect it (and everything hooked to it) in order to keep the TV and one lamp running. When I needed to use the coffee pot in the morning I had to switch the cord for the coffee pot with the one running the TV - both plugged into the same outlet. This is probably a big safety (and fire) hazard. I was in a ground floor room and the water was only slightly above lukewarm in temperature (both in the sink & shower) - not very comfortable at all. Those folks on the second floor probably had to shower in cold water!! Also, the halls were not heated- and it was extremely cold (-10 F) the weekend I stayed there. The heater inside the room I had did work well, however. The place was quiet too. I did not have the continental breakfast (just coffee) but it looked pretty meager. This facility is not worth more than $40/night maximum - so if you can get it for that rate (or less) it's probably a good deal.