For the Cost, the hotel was decent. Just needed a place to sleep for the night and show in the morning while exploring the area. Room was clean. It was a non-smoking room and it didn't smell like smoke, like some rooms do. For the picky people, yes it could use some renovations. There was a leak ...
The staff was not only NOT accommodating but RUDE. It was my first time in the south and it was not a pleasant experience. I stayed at a Marriott in Dallas and was so pleased which led us to book at the next Marriott on our way to our destination....the hotel itself was clean and beautiful. After ...
Conveniently located right off I85. It's a clean comfortable place to sleep and get a shower. Reasonably priced. Breakfast is actually better than some higher priced hotels I have stayed at.
For the Cost, the hotel was decent. Just needed a place to sleep for the night and show in the morning while exploring the area. Room was clean. It was a non-smoking room and it didn't smell like smoke, like some rooms do. For the picky people, yes it could use some renovations. There was a leak in the bathroom around the toilet. Nothing major. The toilet kept running after each flush, but if you lift the lid and knock the plunger cap down, it stops. There is noise. Every time some one turns the water on or flushes, there is a loud noise ringing thru the room, but I got used it. There are not any plug-ins near the bedside to charge phone and stuff, unless you unplug the lamps by the bed and kinda sit in dark room. But that's what I did. If your looking for perfect and luxury, then you'll need to pay for more expensive room. Most importantly there were NO bedbugs. There water was cold when took a shower that morning....but I got clean. And that makes the room definitely worth it.
Better than expected. I was also very pleased with the rates. Other hotels of lesser quality rates were triple
Beautiful room and beds were so comfortable. The lady that checked me in was super nice and helpful. We really enjoyed our stay and will stay again!
Auburn, Alabama, is the famous home of Auburn University. This is a picturesque city, with its tree-lined avenues and historic buildings, is frequently mentioned in national magazines for its livability. Auburn is also one of Alabama's fastest growing towns and offers attractions including museums, national parks, and the exciting Auburn City fest. There are many options for hotels in Auburn, from budget rooms to the upscale Fountainview Mansion, as well as charming bed and breakfast inns.
While there are several conference centers in Auburn, including the University, the Lexington Hotel University Convention Center on South College Street offers both hotel rooms and boasts the largest ballroom in the city.
Guests at hotels Auburn can find Italian, Indian, barbeque, seafood, and many other dining choices. The Amsterdam Caferelies on locally grown produce to provide a fine dining experience.
The Tiger Trail of Auburn is series of plaques awarded to coaches, players, and administrators that have contributed the most. There are now 96 such plaques in the sidewalks of Auburn, just waiting for the guests at Auburn hotels to explore.
Auburn's downtown area features many local specialty shops like Therapy and the Pink Room, offering clothes, local artwork, books and gifts.
Auburn loves sports, and there are plenty of places for visitors to play. Catch an exciting Auburn Tigers football game at the Jordan-Hare Stadium on South Donahue Drive. The Tigers are on the list of the top twelve winning teams in the Football Bowl Subdivision.