Located just about half way between Dallas and Denver on Hwy 287. Conveniently located within walking distance to shops and restaurants. We are also located 1/2 mile from the Window on the Plains Museum and The Art Center. Our town, even though it's small, is well known for all the corporate businesses in the area, and the Ding Dong Daddy. Free hot breakfast, free wireless high-speed Internet, free parking and free long distance phone calls are offered. Hope to see you here soon. Pet accommodations: 30.00 USD per pet; non-refundable
Rick Husband Amarillo Intl A, (AMA), 57.00, MI, S;
City Center, HWY 287 @ 16th
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I was traveling through and stayed only one night. The hotel was quiet and clean, the staff friendly, but the hallways smelled of smoke. It did not linger into the room as much as I expected, but was quite strong in the common areas.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Stay away from all trees at night. The birds are quite bad and leave their droppings everywhere.
It was an ok hotel. I would probably stay there again. I would have enjoyed the restroom being a bit more clean because there was a spotted towel hanging on the rack. My remote control didn't work. Even though I was in a non-smoking room, I
was told I was the last to arrive and there were neighbors who had their doors open partying and smoking. It filtered down the hallway and staff did nothing to control the noise. I don't normally eat breakfast but went down at checkout to simply grab a banana, and there was no fruit; simply donuts and cereal.