The Econo Lodge in Hannibal has an excellent staff. They were very friendly and accommodating. ... See full review
May 28, 2007
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We had hoped to be able to walk to the local historic sites but not possible from this location.... See full review
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Aug 11, 2014
The Econo Lodge in Hannibal is located in the heart of the city and is adjacent to I-72 and HWY 61. Mark Twain historical sites within minutes. The hotel features a complimentary Continental Breakfast. Several restaurants within a 5 minute drive. Impeccably clean, spacious rooms and friendly service bring back guests who visit each year. Earn FREE nights or flights by joining the easy Choice Frequent Traveller Program. Do not request non-smoking rooms.
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We had hoped to be able to walk to the local historic sites but not possible from this location. However, we called a taxi service which was only $5 each way which was awesome. We did not want to spend a lot on a hotel room as we weren't planning
to spend much time there. The room was clean and comfortable, which was the most important thing.
Asked the staff if I would be able to use their computer to check in for my flight and print my boarding pass. Clerk said only a manager could authorize that since that was considered personal use of a company computer. He recommended I go to
another hotel and see if they could help me.
Pros: The staff were the best part of the stay here. They were very helpful and friendly. Shower had plenty of hot water. Fridge stayed cold. A/C unit although old, kept the room cool in 100 degree summer weather.
With that said, the rest falls
under you get what you pay for.
The room was worn out and outdated- old stained carpet, soot covered ceiling, peeling wallpaper, caked on dust on clothing rack and luggage valet, dirty mirrors, broken sink faucet handles, poor misc. amateurish repairs throughout, bed cover had cigar burns, uncomfortable bed (I think the mattress was just bare springs covered with thick blankets and a sheet, very lumpy and could feel springs poking through), cockroaches, steady stream of noise from trucks rolling by outside.
In the room I stayed in - missing a desk/work area/table, not nearly enough power outlets, very poor internet reception (not managed by hotel), and a shower head no higher than 5 feet from tub floor.
The photos shown on the site were highly inaccurate representation of actual room conditions. Without exaggeration I suspect they were taken at least 15 years ago and photos edited to remove surroundings and touch ups.
In summary, the place has seen better days but if you're not squeamish and just looking for a place to crash for a night or two, the price is OK.
Would not stay here again unless major renovations were made to repair and clean up the rooms.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Free basic breakfast bar from 6 -9 am. Sausage patties, biscuits and gravy, lemon poppy seed mini muffins, bread for toasting, cold cereal, oatmeal, orange/apple juice, milk, and coffee. Warning signs posted all around stating 'no food can leave the room' seemed tacky.
Our non smoking room smelled like the inside of an ashtray and was run down to say the least. In the middle of the night I discovered a LARGE roach in the bathroom which I caught and took to the desk in the morning after staying awake all night
wondering what else might be in this room. I was told Oh, just a waterbug we sprayed 2 weeks ago and he should be dead. Sure looked like a cockroach to me! The parking is almost on top of a very busy street and entrance ramp to a highway so this place is anything but quiet. In fact in order to backout of our parking place we had about the width of one lane of traffic to the street with nothing between us and the busy traffic. I have never written a bad revue but this place truely deserves one.
The Econo Lodge in Hannibal has an excellent staff. They were very friendly and accommodating. The rooms were clean. If you are looking for a luxury hotel with pool, dining, etc., then this is not for you. But, if you are looking for a clean,
economical, family-friendly hotel, then I would recommend it to you. There are many eating places, shopping, etc. close by and it is not far from downtown Hannibal, which is a historic scenic place to visit. Our room was a senior room and has the largest bathroom I have ever seen in a hotel--it was great!
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
1. Be sure to visit downtown Hannibal, home of Mark Twain! There is lots to see, a scenic trolley ride and so much more. 2. We ate at T.J.'s Supper Club and Lula Belles Restaurant. I highly recommend both of them!