We were checking out with our 2 service animals and we were charged $20.00 for the DOGS, we told... See full review
Jun 20, 2014
Conveniently located near Interstates 24 and 224, the Quality Inn of Huntington, Indiana offers travelers a centrally located home base with easy access to companies like General Motors, Wabash Technologies, United Technologies Corporation, Schneider Electric and Bendix Corporation. While in Huntington, leisure travelers can explore local attractions at the Dan Quayle Center and Museum, Huntington University's Merillat Center for the Arts, Pulse Opera House and the New Huntington Theatre and Supper Club. Our hotel's proximity to Fort Wayne ensures exciting entertainment options as well.
Ft. Wayne International Arpt, (FWA), 4.00, MI, W; Indianapolis Int'l Airport, (IND), 120.00, MI, S; Midway Airport, (MDW), 156.00, MI, NW;
Airport, US 24 at SR 5
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We were checking out with our 2 service animals and we were charged $20.00 for the DOGS, we told the clerk that they were not dogs but working animals and she still charged us.
We asked to talk to the manager and we were handed a business card, we
called several times leaving our phone number and have never been returned.
I call quality customer service and the agent called the hotel 2 times and we again were hung up 2 times, we were then offered gift vouchers,
We will never stay at this location again!!
The breakfast was also terrible, frezzer burnt sausage, no milk, not hot water, and breads and pastries were VERY OLD