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We’ve been staying at Super8s all over the Mid-West/South in a road trip. Stayed in Taos on our penultimate night in the States and it was such a disappointment. The worst accommodation of our trip. The room absolutely stank of chemicals. It was suffocating and...More
When on a road trip, I don't want to waste money on superior accommodations. $40-$80 per night is my target, and I accept that not everything will be perfect. Clean, safe, and nice people are most important. This place is everything anyone could ask for....More
Inexpensive motel that perhaps needs a bit of work. Couldn't get the TV to work right but the staff were very friendly and helpful trying to make it work. Ended up just using the buttons on the TV given we couldnt get the remote to...More
Reviewed 1 April 2018
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Response from Melanie Q | Property representative |
No, there are not cameras in any of our rooms. We recently installed direct TV in the hotel and Wyndham requires us to mount our receivers behind the TV so they will not be visible. This causes an interruption in the signal... More
No, there are not cameras in any of our rooms. We recently installed direct TV in the hotel and Wyndham requires us to mount our receivers behind the TV so they will not be visible. This causes an interruption in the signal from the remote to the receiver . The eye that we placed on all the TVs catch the remote signal and are very small and not very visible; however, some people mistake them for cameras and even pull them from the TVs. I assure you that we do not have cameras in the hotel rooms.