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OK a better TV would be better room was clean, beds were good No shampoo
The night crew/guy/manager was polite, professional and made efforts to help us into a cooler room. He gets an A. When I called the front desk again at 9pm, sweating while lying still, the night manager (the guy who gets the A rating) said there were no fans left and the best he could do was move us. He did but the room was only slightly better. The dingbat daytime desk girl! When I called her because my room was a sauna she replied "yeah, all 3 buildings have issues"... did not offer a fan which I didn't even think of till later (must have been the heat exhaustion from simmering in the room!). So, they KNEW their A/C was broken, but of course this is not mentioned when making a reservation! Completely unacceptable with 95-100 degree temps! The motel itself was not impressive (niether was Green River for that matter). The air conditioning was completely useless! Apparently there were fans but she didn't offer one when I called the first time. Do not try to "save" money by staying here!
I was really hoping to take a soak in a hot tub like is advertised about this hotel. But I get there and it's outdoors and completely shut down. I was on the first floor and in my room on the ceilings were crawl spaces, kind of gave me the creeps. It's a good enough place to rest buy I wouldn't choose to stay there again.
Rooms were clean, beds comfortable, manager / operator was friendly and accommodating. Bathroom plumbing needs work. Could not get hot water in our shower. Perhaps this will be fixed soon. We notified the hotel manager.
Freshly baked warm muffin for complimentary breakfast. Very good mattress.
Very comfortable here. We hoped to have a refrigerator and didn't. That would have been helpful for our trips to the National Parks in the area.
Wow! This hotel is located in one of the most desolate areas in the US. There is literally NOTHING for 100 miles west of Green River (not even a gas station or a port-a-potty) and practically nothing for 100 miles to the east. In spite of the town's depressing locale, the hotel was very nice and a welcome oasis in the midst of desolation. Make sure you fill up your stomach and your gas tank before leaving town!
This hotel needs some work. A fresh coat of paint for starters. The pipe to my shower head was very loose in the wall.
The Holiday Inn is fabulous! The breakfast was to die for! The bed was SOOO comfy! All the little ''extras'' made our stay super nice, extra soft sheets and pillows, really good coffee, and the cinnamon rolls are my new favorite treat! We needed some extra services and the staff was so polite and so eager to help. I loved every moment of our visit and cant wait to go back! We will ONLY be staying at this hotel for all of our Green River trips!
We had driven from Los Angeles and were anxious to have a clean, comfortable place to spend the night. The hotel is very nice, the bed was great, the staff was courteous, and breakfast the next morning was very good. We would highly recommend this hotel.
What a pleasure to stay at your hotel. Very clean and the staff is exceptionally kind and friendly. A friend made the recommendation and now we will make recommendations to others.
Our experience at this hotel was very relaxing! The rooms were clean and comfortable. The hotel is located in a quiet area. The pool was nice and refreshing. The breakfast was top notch! Anything you could want for breakfast, they had! We would definitely stay here again. Keep up the good work!
Highly recommended, you couldn't ask for better.
This hotel was a great value for the price. While we were there we overheard a last minute booking that was $60 more than we paid in advance so book early. The hotel was a little further from Moab than we expected. It is almost exactly 50 miles from Arches National Park but was a quick highway drive. The hotel offered a free breakfast (self service buffet style) each morning which was much more than we expected. The food was fresh and there was a hotel worker constantly restocking the food. The breakfast included pancakes, eggs, meat (they had bacon one day and sausage the two other days we stayed), biscuits & gravy, bagels, toast, cinnimon buns, juice, coffee, tea and hot coccoa. It was a great start to the day before the long hikes at the National Parks. We met up with friends who stayed right in Moab and paid $10 more per night than we. For their money they had a tiny smelly room in a motel without any food services. We were very glad we made the decision to stay at this hotel and w...
Nice place to stay. Clean rooms. Kids loved the pool. Wish the pool water temperature was a warmer!
It was so gross! Dirty carpets, bugs, stinky room (my kids said it smelled like our salamanders cage when it is dirty, I agree). Blankets were dirty and stinky.
It was a place to sleep When the ice machine wasn't working, they brought ice from the store They were kind and apologetic At first glance the room looked clean and neat, had been painted Furniture was old and neglected All the appliances were unplugged....had to plug in anything we wished to use. There were moths in the room The air conditioner was very loud The "make-over" was not very well done Though it was mostly clean, it appeared as though the carpet had not been swept The place we were in the previous night was less expensive and twice as nice.
Toilet did not work and they would not change rooms despite that there were many vacant. Telephone in room not working, they did nothing. Breakfast was poor and most things were run out. Did not get restocked until most people had left. No landscaping in place very uninviting.
Not much The room was terible, not well maintained
Breakfast was supposed to be 7-9am. We checked at 7:15 and the room was dark with the chair still upside down. No one in sight to get breakfast going. We just left and stopped later on the road for breakfast. Very disappointing.
Nothing On-line registration specifies a no-cancellation policy, which is unique to any other hotels I've stayed in. You're willing to "price gouge" me for $8 for cancellation insurance, which I elected. My stay was in connection with a cross-country, multiple day motorcycle trip. On the morning of my reservation, I started in Colorado Springs with discovery of a flat tire on my motorcycle. With every intention of staying in Green River, I ultimately spent more than half the day trying to find a place that was open, had the replacement inner tube, and could change the tube on a Sunday of Labor Day weekend--a near impossible task. As the day wore on and I started getting concerned about making it to Green River, I tried to call and cancel my reservation. I was unable to connect with the numbers provided. I called my wife and asked her to cancel for me while I continued riding. She was initially told by the hotel she had to call the insurance company, who told her she needed the itinerary number. Your data base can't find me just by customer name? On my next stop, I provided her the itinerary number but she was unable to connect. On my next stop I was able to get ahold of the Customer Service number, who informed me it was too late to cancel. She first said the cancellation deadline was noon that day, then later said it was noon the previous day. She then said I didn't have insurance. Feeling pressured to not lose my money, I pressed on after dark and over 12 hours into my day. After riding another 2 hours after dark, I decided my safety was more important than the unreasonable policy Super 8 has, and the difficulty communicating with you, I stopped short and spent the night. The whole experience was unaccommodating, unimpressive, and frustrating. Unforeseen events beyond people's control happen, but you have no concern for that. You have my money and that's all that matters--to you.
Price was good. Rooms were decent and clean. Breakfast was a pass. My room was directly across from the laundry which make things noisy. Bring your own towels, theirs are the hardest/scratchiest I have used
Correct breakfast. Value for money. Shitty town. Sorry Green River Stranger odor in room upon arrival.