Rodeway Inn1.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I have noticed an improvement at this place compared to my last visit. No doubt, it's an old place/hotel but the staff are nice and willing to help you out when a problem happens. G.M. is very polite, passionate, friendly and helpful.
We chose this hotel expecting the same good night's rest we had gotten at other Rodeway Inns years ago. The room was very warm, old and in need of a good scrubbing, the mattresses were soft from apparently being worn out. So the next day, after such a poor night's sleep, we pulled over to get a nap in our car. I would not recommend this hotel for any reason. The hotel needs to be updated. The WiFi is not secure. Granted no WiFi in a public place is ever secure but just in putting in the code, my computer showed other apps running.
This time I was given a room on the second floor. Two friends also stayed on the second floor. As the inn is undergoing renovations a number of items no longer worked or where absent such as a serviceable phone, fridge, microwave, etc. My bed was clean so I stuck with the reservation but would not stay here again unless renovations are completed and the building is upgraded considerably.
The term, you get what you pay for applies to this property. This place used to be a Days Inn and recently changed to Rodeway. The room, which was supposed to be non-smoking, but smelled like it had been smoked in for a long time. The furniture looked like it was from Goodwill. There was a nice desk chair though. The bed was not comfortable. The air conditioning had a broken grill and was noisy. The breakfast consisted of some cereal, several day old biscuit and gravy, and week old fruit. The only positive about the place was the good Internet.
This hotel is terrible. I have stayed at 2 star hotels before and I know you get what you pay for but this is the worst place I have ever stayed. I checked in and the front desk clerk was clueless on what he was doing. He kept taking and giving back my credit card because he kept forgetting something. I had reservations for two rooms and he said he didn't see the second one (but finally found it) and needed my card back an additional 3 or 4 times. I thought he would've learned how to check in on the first room. They then switched one of our rooms right away sending us down the aisle from the first room. ( I asked for rooms close to each other). We got to the room and the TV remote didn't work (or in the second room either) The maintenance guy came up (was drunk as a skunk) and fixed it. We stayed 2 nights (prepaid I should've ate the cost on the second night and stayed somewhere else) and they deactivated the key the second night. We saw drug activity and shady people all around the place. My brother (who we were visiting) said this hotel is in a horrible side of town. We found bugs (spiders) in both rooms and the rooms are old and dated. Smallest bathrooms I ever saw. The only positive thing I can say is the beds were comfortable but that's it. Do yourself a favor and spend a little more to stay somewhere else. This place is gross.
Stayed here one night. The evening desk clerk was very professional and assisted us greatly. Hotel is good enough to spend the night. Pride was very good. The breakfast was ok. Slept pretty good. Big bathroom.
All I needed was a decent place to sleep and the room was adequate for that. The next morning, I had car trouble and the night manager, I don't recall her name, was more than helpful. The free breakfast helped pass the time till the towtruck arrived.
Very friendly staff and a very cheap motel; but this is not a place I would ever stay in again. This is a bad neighborhood, the rooms are old and dirty, and the Internet service was poor at best. The bed was so dirty I got a blanket and pillow out of my car to sleep on. The carpet was so sticky I had to wear shoes at all times, and the towels were so full of cigarette smoke that I used a clean shirt of mine as a towel. Breakfast was some waffle parts, stale cereal, watery coffee and putrid OJ. The staff was super helpful, but this place needs to be gutted and rebuilt. You get what you pay for...
Elizabeth, was wonderful to me and My partner , Bob had open heart surgrey on Nov.8th this year , He was in Jackson General Hosp. so that put me by myself coming back and forth from here to the hosp. and JOBSITE !! Being a single woman traveling across this country , it is truly a blessing to have someone like Eliz. to help me , she put me in the room next to her which was clean and comfortable !!!! I felt safe !!! That means alot ! Thank you , R. Harrison
Wonderful stay clean room nice staff Elizabeth greeted me well even gave directions to eateries when i arrived the housekeeper was just finishing my my room it was spotless left carpet clean very neat sheets smell great i left her a great tip in room for her she was very nice this is my second time staying first time wasn't so good had to be moved twice but you all have improved a lot breakfast wasn't so Continental other than thath it was great
- Free continental breakfast
- Free in-room WiFi
- Free parking
Located within 2 miles (3 km) of Casey Jones Village, Rodeway Inn places you within a few miles (5 km) of Old Hickory Mall. This 95-room hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like an outdoor pool and free in-room WiFi. West Tennessee Healthcare Sportsplex is also a short drive away.
Free continental breakfast is offered each morning.
Rodeway Inn's 95 rooms are air-conditioned and provide microwaves, refrigerators, and free local calls. Guests can expect free WiFi and LCD TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also available.
At Rodeway Inn, guests enjoy a nightclub, an outdoor pool, and WiFi in public areas. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an area shuttle for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready. Additional amenities include a business center, a seasonal outdoor pool, and free newspapers.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
62% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 75 reviews