Mine was a quick, overnight stay where I showed up late, and left early. But the room was very... See full review
Jun 6, 2014
Satisfied with its price
It was OK. I could get what I expect from the price. The room was clean and comfort. Staff was kind... See full review
May 23, 2012
Hotel conveniently located midway between Saint Louis and Branson, Missouri on I-44. Several restaurants and service establishments within walking distance. Wineries nearby with complimentary tours. Free continental breakfast. Indoor pool and fitness room. Guest laundry. Free parking. Pet accommodation: 20.00 USD per night, per pet. Pet limit: one pet per room, max 50 lbs. Pet rooms are limited so before make reservation call hotel for availability of pet rooms.
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Arrived with no reservation but obtained perfectly reasonable rate. I was intending to stay at another likely more luxurious/more expensive place but realized I was too tired to take full advantage of exercise/pool facilities, and this place had
them if I had wanted. Room was clean and comfortable. Wireless Internet signal was strong but spontaneously reset twice during an evening. Included breakfast was offered in a clean, pleasant area.I saw no fruit and only one type of breakfast cereal. There was a waffle maker, pastries, bread and toasters, milk and a few fruit juices and coffee. I'd rate it above the basics but nothing extra special. The juice cups were startlingly small, requiring many refills. As the only customer, at first, the desk staffer offered me the TV remote control to select my choice of programming. It's not the hotel's fault but the blanket coverage of the Royal Wedding, to the exclusion of real news, pretty much removed the element of choice.
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Short drive from hotel
I had the first pizza of my life at Alex's Pizza Palace in downtown Rolla in 1965. Starting at the top like that has made the rest of my pizza-eating career pretty disappointing. I only come through Rolla once or twice a year now, but if it's near a mealtime I stop at Alex's. The staff has changed but the quality is as good as ever. I have tried Pryor's Pizza and was pleasantly surprised.