Econo Lodge2.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Room212. You could smell the new carpet, the room was refreshing, new paint and a total uplift. Bathroom was clean, you could smell bleach. I could smell bleach in the sheets. Very quiet. No signs of bugs or cobwebs. It was a bang for the buck. Reasonably priced $60 plus tax. I would definitely stay here again.
Stayed with my family over Labor Day weekend while visiting family. The room was nicer than I expected and pretty clean. Well appointed with microwave, refrigerator and flat screen tv. The staff was friendly and accommodating. There was a free continental breakfast and it is pet friendly for a very reasonable nominal fee. Only complaint was the toilet needed a new flush valve in our room as it kept draining and refilling all night. Maybe I should have turned off the water line. We will stay there again next time we are in the area.
TERRIBLE!!! DO NOT STAY HERE!! When we checked in, the man at the front desk wrote down my debit card number on a piece of paper. When I questioned him and told him I was not comfortable with it, he simply said that's what management told him to do....then went on to say I was not the first person to complain. It is supposed to be a non-smoking hotel but When we stepped into our room, you could smell cigarette smoke. The A/C unit was so loud it was hard to sleep. The mattresses were very uncomfortable. The room just didn't feel clean. We didn't even try the breakfast, I couldn't wait to get out of there. We have stayed at this hotel many times when it was under another name, we will NEVER stay here again.
They obviously don't care about safety or security . Below malfunctioning exit and security camera . They have no ice machines. They have not had ice machines in a year the area is stuffed with old beds where the ice machine should be
I stayed here after driving on the interstate all day, and I had a great experience overall. When I walked into the lobby at 4:00pm, the woman who waited on me was very friendly, smiled, and made pleasant small talk with me. I got a good first impression of the place. I parked right outside my room door, which I loved. It's nice to walk only a few feet to unload the car. In my room, there was a huge, king-sized bed with clean bedding. When I turned on the television in my room, the picture was fuzzy, which I knew meant that the cable wasn't hooked up properly, so I had to tell the office, but a maintenance man came to my room within two minutes and re-hooked up and/or fixed the cable connection. This whole process took about twenty minutes total, but it was worth the minor wait. Other than that, I had no problems of any kind. The hotel was quiet that night. (I took my dog outside at midnight for a walk around the parking lot, and the entire hotel was very calm and quiet.) The next morning, I went to the lobby for coffee and smiled and said hello to the morning front desk employee, but she did not acknowledge me. When I went back for my second cup, I said hello again, and then she finally smiled at me. Minor stuff, but I guess my experience was pretty good overall, and that's why I'm giving this hotel an excellent rating.
Unfortunately I gave this property a very low review. While on the surface the property looks nice, the fact that it seems like the last three times I've stayed here, "the wind is blowing" the television service so that it does not work. In order to get on the internet, I am using my hot spot, at my expense! You guessed it! "The wind is blowing!" I thought I'd take advantage and go to bed early! The bed is a cheap mattress in that when you lay on it, you feel the springs. And they have just renovated! They must have purchased the mattress at the neighborhood third hand store. I can't remember the last time I registered such a complaint. The room was clean, there were no odors, the safety latch was broken, the tub faucet drips. Now folks, I'm looking now for things! If you arrive at midnight, bring a mattress pad, and leave early with no thought of relaxing by catching up on the news, etc, you'll probably be OK.
It IS hard to find pet friendly hotels at the last minute. Used Trip Advisor to find this hotel. Inexpensive for a reason. Sleeping area Looked OK......, bed was the worst EVER. Is that sheet metal under my mattress????? And whhhyyy???? Bed springs poked me in the back all night. The ONLY positive was the fluffy & clean pillow(s). The hotel has ALOT of street noise. Highway behind and service road right outside the door. Then there was the UNRENOVATED bathroom. Cigarette burns on the tub, LOUD clunk upon flush of toilet and we could hear the adjoining room flush as well! The restroom was technically clean, but looked and felt dirty. Then there was "breakfast"...... break as in the doughnuts would shatter if you dropped them. At LEAST 3 days old. Zero other offerings. Coffee was basically brown water. C'mon owners! Bed Quality and renovate the restrooms! And don't say breakfast included if it is this pathetic!
First of all, do not GPS this hotel as it takes you to a wrong address. Not the motel's fault. This motel was quite run down. Things were worn and dirty. I did not feel clean sleeping there but we had reservations and had already driven 13 hrs that day with a pet. We woke up the next morning to find out that someone had thrown a walker off the 2nd floor. It landed near our vehicle. We did not stay for breakfast as we could not stomach thinking how the cleanliness of the kitchen might be verses the rooms. I would pass on this place.
This is a recently remodeled Quality Inn, turned into an EconoLodge. The young man at the desk was very polite and friendly. The first room he gave me had a toilet that would not shut off. The second room was not made up(all the bedding piled on the bed), and the third room did not have a fridge in the cabinet made for it, but I took it anyway. The room had new carpet and was very clean. The bed was comfortable, the shower worked well with plenty of hot water, the free WiFi worked well, and all the lamps on the bedside tables and desk had outlets in their bases. Therefore, you could plug in your computer at the desk or while in bed.ALL motels should have this type of lamp. It was cold and rainy, so I turned on the heat, but it made such a stink, I had to turn it off and open the door for fresh air. The breakfast was lacking. There were waffles, two cold cereals, OJ, regular coffee but no decaff, white toast and white bagels, and pre-packaged sweet rolls. The woman at check out was polite and friendly.
We found this motel to be well maintained & clean. The night clerk was very helpful & friendly. The morning clerk, not so much. An older, dated motel but the room was neat, clean & comfortable. We like older motels where we can back up to the door of our room. They had a complimentary breakfast, but we did not take advantage of it. I would definitely stay here again.
- Free continental breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Fitness center
Econo Lodge places you 0.7 mi (1.2 km) from Kentucky Christian University. This 57-room motel welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Centrally located in Grayson, the motel is also within a 30-minute drive of KYOVA Tri-State Mall and Virginia Point Park.
Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast offered each morning.
All of Econo Lodge's 57 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, coffee makers, and free local calls. 32-inch LCD TVs come with pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Ironing boards and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests staying at Econo Lodge enjoy an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. Onsite parking is offered for a fee. Multilingual staff is on hand to answer questions. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area and free newspapers.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
60% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 80 reviews