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I won't be staying at an Econo Lodge again...The room was ok but the overall environment wasn't that great. Cigarette butts on the ground by the doors...Toilet worked marginally. We wanted an inexpensive hotel and got a cheap one.
Our son was traveling a long distance for a funereal.When he arrived at this half way point at 3 am he was not allowed to check in,something about a state law that forbids anyone under 21 to stay alone in a hotel room in WV....More
on 7/16/16 at 1am. i checked into the Econo Lodge .inside the lobby there were 3 others waiting to be checked in.. the older gentleman who was working behind the counter puts me in room 206.. after i was given the room key the older...More
This hotel is old (I believe it's had many brands besides Econo Lodge), but it has been well-kept. Even though it seemed to be completely booked, it was very quiet. Room was very clean. Just be careful pulling out onto busy Harper Road; sight distance...More
We checked in to hotel on 7/15. Room 412 was given to us. It had a heavy smell of cigarettes and we informed front desk. They said they would spray deordirizer. We went out for dinner came back and went to room. The smell was...More
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For your future reference you could bring an elephant in the room as long as you have a credit card or pay in cash. My last trip I was honest and told them I had a 101 Collie, I was placed in a filthy room with broken... More
For your future reference you could bring an elephant in the room as long as you have a credit card or pay in cash. My last trip I was honest and told them I had a 101 Collie, I was placed in a filthy room with broken furniture as a result.