This was the worst hotel experience i
have ever had. I wasn't expecting anything nice for $50 but i do expect a hotel room to be clean. I had to switch rooms because it was so gross that i thought i was going to get sick. The second room was a tad better but with the bathroom ceiling leaking and about to fall in. There was water (or something) all over the floor and we had to put shoes on to use the bathroom in the middle of the night. The front desk did not care at all. This is the kind of hotel that drug addicts and prostitutes stay at the over dose. The absolute grossest place ive ever seen. I didn't even know they made hotels like that anymore. Who in their right mind would want to stay at that place!
The familiar sign promises economy, consistency and no surprises.. In Short Since 1962, travelers have enjoyed budget-friendly prices at Motel 6. The national chain (more than 800 locations in the U.S.) accommodates traveling families, as kids stay for free and complimentary coffee is available every morning. The rooms are simple--a TV on the dresser (free HBO and ESPN), data port for computer users and a basic bathroom--but at these prices, who needs a whirlpool?