USA Lodging Reviews By Travelers, For Travelers

LaQuinta Crabtree Inn and Suites – Raleigh, NC

LaQuinta Crabtree Inn is definitely the place to stay. As soon as we got to our room, we noticed we had a telephone message–from the staff welcoming us. Rooms were larger than your average hotel room, very clean ( our room looked as...

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Comfort Inn – Smithfield, NC

This Comfort Inn is a really nice hotel! The staff was helpful and courteous, and our room was spacious. Everything was very clean and well-organized. An easy and relaxing place to stay. This exit (Exit 95) is near a big commercial strip...

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Travelodge Grand Canyon – Flaggstaff, AZ

I spent one night at the Flagstaff  University/Grand Canyon Travelodge, after making a reservation online. The website promised clean, spacious rooms and two spas with a sauna. Unfortunately, the reality was far different than what was...

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Embassy Suites – Raleigh, NC

Three friends and myself planned a “getaway” for a night and truly recieved that when we stayed at Embassy Suites across from Crabtree Mall. After dinner at the Cheesecake Factory, we proceeded to the hotel to check-in. The...

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Jameson Inn – Smithfield, NC

Frequently we travel on business and are always looking for a reasonably priced room with amenities for the business traveler. Smithfield is our halfway point on the way to Florida and we’ve stayed at this Jameson Inn several...

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Hampton Inn – Selma, NC

This I-95 exit (exit 97) is a regular stopover for travelers on the way to Florida. There are dozens of motels, restaurants and shops located here and this Hampton Inn is one of the nicest motels at this exit. It was built with security...

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Jameson Inn – Dunn, NC

Every Jameson Inn we’ve stayed at was well worth the price and this one in Dunn is no exception. Each of these white-columned, colonial style inns offers clean, comfortable, well-lit, secure rooms at a reasonable price. This Jameson...

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LaQuinta Inn – Pigeon Forge, TN

Amid the many rundown motels in the Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg area is a rare jewel–clean, well managed, fairly new, and just off the noisy main highway. Although not easy to find (enter via the Long John Silver parking lot) it was...

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Hampton Inn and Suites – Pigeon Forge, TN

Hampton Inn and Suites on the Parkway, also referred to as River Road even though it is not near River Road, had dirty suites. We paid $1,088 for four days at the end of the season. Kitchenette was equiped with two pots, one frying pan and...

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