I decided to stay here because the reviews were good, and it was right off I-59. I arrived with my toddler in the evening, and we were checked in quickly. The room was very clean and so was the bathroom. The only reason I gave room comfort a 4 star rating is because the room was freezing. I turned ...
Nice decor, moderate Breakfast, have to remember to use the access road or You will have to go all the way up the hill on 431 to turn around. Much quieter from road traffic than was Wyndham if you were on their roadside rooms.Great community.
There was a building expo that made finding the front desk, leaving and breakfast really difficult. There's no way to tell what they're hosting when you book. They topped it off by charging me $100 for a "missing alarm clock".
Nice, peaceful stay. It was quite and very rustic. Would not recommend to someone who wants luxury accommodations. It was however, exactly what we were looking for and were not disappointed. Great eating place called the Fishing Hole connected to property as well as small store.
Motel is lackluster, but acceptably clean. TV remote didn't work, but limited channels anyway
After reading previous reviews, I was hesitant about booking a reservation but I'm glad I did. For the price, the room was perfectly fine. The carpet,mattresses and linens were basically brand new. There was plenty of hot water and the a/c worked fine. Not sure why there are so many bad reviews. My only complaint is that there was no outlet in the bathroom for my hair dryer. Other than that, there was absolutely nothing wrong with the room.
The hotel is privately owned so the owner thought it was ok to come into your room without asking or walk around the hotel in his boxers. I travel more than most, and that days inn of center Alabama was extremely bad. I found 2 bugs in my room and the owner was so bad. I will never stay there again. When I go back to see my aunt, I will stay in the next city.
Convenient location, near restaurants and shopping. The room was much nicer than I expected, it even had a ceiling fan, which I've never seen in a hotel....smart idea for hot Alabama summers.
While getting to know Centre, tour the exhibits at Cherokee Historical Museum, Depot Museum and Fort Payne Memorycall to get your culture fix.Arts and culture in Gadsden
While getting to know Gadsden, tour the exhibits at Imagination Place, Gadsden Museum of Art and Central Carver Legacy Museum to get your culture fix.
The quiet corners in Attalla-Etowah County Library are an oasis for reading and a little quiet getaway.
Gadsden is the home of Gadsden State Community College-East Broad Street Campus and Jacksonville State University.The dining scene Centre
You can't leave Centre without visiting at least a few of its popular eateries. Sonic Drive-In, Pizza Hut and Captain D's offer up tasty morsels along with a dash of local flavor.Best times to visit Piedmont
Orbitz offers some great deals all year round, but you can really stretch your travel budget during September, March and July. These months offer respective savings of about 48%, 39% and 39%.Where to eat in Piedmont
Start your day right with some breakfast at restaurants like Sonic Drive-In, Pizza Hut and Captain D's, or stop by for a treat while you're buzzing around town.Outdoor activities in Gadsden
Noccalula Falls Park & Campgrounds and Mountain Lakes Behavioral are good options for spending some time outdoors in Gadsden while breathing in that fresh air.Outdoor activities in Piedmont
Feel a little wind on your face while picnicking or simply enjoying a sunny afternoon at Centre Parks & Recreation Department. Martha's Falls, too, shows off Piedmont's natural side.Nightlife in Gadsden
When the sun goes down in Gadsden, there's always a chance to get a taste of the local scene. Join the fray at The Gridiron and Squeaky Dee's Night Club, where you can dance and drink late into the night.The dining scene Gadsden
You can't leave Gadsden without visiting at least a few of its popular eateries. Waffle House, Pizza Hut and Sonic Drive-In offer up tasty morsels along with a dash of local flavor.Arts and culture in Piedmont
Get a taste of culture at Cherokee Historical Museum, where exhibits offer some serious insights into the world around us.
The artworks at Cherokee Historical Museum showcase charm, retrospective insights and forward-thinking ideas — all painted across canvases, carved onto sculptures and maybe even laid into jewelry.