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"Great extended stay hotel for the price!"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 25, 2013
From the moment we walked into the hotel we were happy campers. The ladies at the front desk were very friendly and knowledgeable and our room on the first floor was immaculate and very comfortable for the price we paid per night. It was also very quiet. I was especially fond of the view of the greenbelt from our window and the fact that the window actually opened to let in the fresh air. The room also included a kitchenette equipped with two-burner electric stove, coffee-maker, full-size dishwasher, microwave, and full size refrigerator. The sink even had a garbage disposal. All dishes, silverware, glasses, pots/pans, and utensils were also provided. We were very impressed with our room and all the amenities it included for the price, not to mention the other amenities: continental breakfast, full gym, laundry facilities, free parking, and free Wi-Fi in our room. I highly recommend this hotel if you are visiting the Greensboro area. :)
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 8, 2013
Stayed during the winter. Room was clean, indoor pool was great. Took the kids and had an awesome time. Breakfast was okay. They serve typical malt waffles and cold hard boiled eggs and pastries. Only thing that would've made it better is bacon or sausage and warm eggs. Otherwise, great place to stay.
"Close but ......"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 6, 2013
If it's convenience your looking for....this is the place to stay. It's right in the middle of everything a traveler could need. The rooms are quiet even on the first floor! The free breakfast is hot and timely (6:30am). The drain in the bathroom sink was EXTREMLY slow and the blackout drapes failed to block out the early morning sunlight. But overall confortable.