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Parking lot was filthy, then walked inside to see the front desk wasn't to bad. Had to go through 3 rooms before there was one fit to be in. Plaster falling off walls, very unclean especially the floors and the bathroom. Walls had paint missing...More
Hotel was easy to find, next to Shell station off I90. Check in was quick. The room was very clean, roomy, an lsu temperature controlled easily. We did not try the breakfast, but it was a nice area. Work out area looked a little small....More
I reserved two nights in this hotel, a Friday and a Saturday for my husband and myself via phone. When I spoke with the desk to reserve my room I was never told there was no elevator, nor was I asked if no elevator would...More
It was a great place to stay while visiting family. The entire place was immaculate and very inviting. The beds were extremely comfortable and the bed linens were also nice. The room had a flat screen TV, microwave and refrigerator. I noticed when I checked...More
Response from ComfortInnEdgerton, Manager at Quality InnResponded 31 October 2017
Thank you for your feedback! We love hearing things like this and I will pass it on to my staff to encourage them to keep up the good work! We hope to see you again!
We went to The Fireside Theater in Ft. Atkinson for a Wednesday matinee and then to this hotel for a 2 night getaway. We have stayed here before, but it was a Comfort Inn previously. The change to Quality Inn happened very recently. Both are...More
Response from William O | Reviewed this property |
When we stayed in late October, we were able to access the hotel directly from the exit. We did have to navigate the construction, but access was not restricted. Just a bit convoluted. Not sure if that has changed at this... More
When we stayed in late October, we were able to access the hotel directly from the exit. We did have to navigate the construction, but access was not restricted. Just a bit convoluted. Not sure if that has changed at this point.