It was a good stay for the price. Breakfast was very crowded for the space they had it in, maybe it was just a busy weekend. However they did have a hot breakfast with waffles, line to make the waffles was 20 min so make sure you give yourself enough time. Pool area clean, rooms clean.
They were doing maintenance (fixing roof drain leak, changing carpets in 2 or 3 adjacent rooms) on the first day, but it did not inconvenience me. It is a good place to stay if you have kids. Good value. I was surprised they had a games room (pinball and air hockey), and a indoor pool, with a lot ...
The hotel staff were extremely service oriented and went above and beyond to help me. This included accommodating a day late arrival due to a flight delay, early check-in the next day and shuttle service to and from the hospital. Their kindness will be long remembered and I have spoken of this to ...
Toilet was clogged and rooms had signs of previous water damage, etc. Previous repairs done were so obvious and unprofessional. But rates were cheap and you get what you pay for. If you can look past the old building, place is acceptable.
So, I had read reviews before booking and read that there's lots of commotion around the rooms at night plus riff-raff walking the streets near the complex. Yes, that was all true. Read about a big spot on carpet. Yes, I had that too. My room was non-smoking but it did have a slight smokers odor ...
Excellent hotel facility , stayed for 4 nights in a 2 bedroom - excellent service Breakfast was sufficient and Few nights dinner too -
Apartment like hotel with functioning kitchen. Staff were friendly. Convenient location near MSU. Would stay again.
I'm not sure who has been rating this place but I was surprised there were ANY stars ... Total dump.
Bed was not too comfortable. Pillows were too large. Need variety of pillow sizes in room to assist customers who are stomach sleepers
Lansing is the state capital of Michigan and an important educational center, being home to two law, two nursing, and two medical schools as well as Michigan State University. Top attractions in Lansing include the Michigan Walk of Fame, Michigan Historical Museum, and many galleries, theaters and cinemas. Lansing is also a top destination for beer lovers, with many craft breweries and the annual Art and Craft Beerfest.
Staying at a hotel near the Michigan State University is perfect for anyone in town visiting the college or looking to stay in a vibrant area with a lot of young people. There is a multitude of accommodating bars with decent bar food and craft beers as well as a good selection of restaurants nearby, so you will not have to venture too far from the University in the evening. Culture vultures visiting Lansing to go to the theater, a play or simply to visit one of the many great art galleries should stay close to Lansing Art Gallery, the hub for cultural events in the city. The exhibitions in the gallery change bi-monthly, and you will be close to many other cultural attractions in the city. Be sure to save some time for the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum.
Visitors to Lansing looking to do some shopping while in town can check into one of the Lansing Mall hotels. Lansing Mall has over 100 shops and restaurants, including all the top big-name department store brands as well as a cinema. It is located just outside of Lansing city. In case you are a sports enthusiast visiting Lansing in the hopes for a stadium tour, or if you are in town for a big game, check into one of the hotels near the Spartan Stadium. Although mainly used for big football matches, this stadium is the home ground for Michigan State University.
Lansing has 28 3 star hotels, so you have amply choice in picking the one that fits just right for you. These 3 star hotels offer plenty excellent facilities and amenities, including hearty breakfasts, on-site cafes, bars and restaurants, free WiFi and parking. With ideal locations and a selection between old townhouses and new and modern hotels, there is something to be loved for everyone. If you are travelling to Lansing for a meeting or conference, there are 28 3 star business hotels in Lansing to choose from. These will treat you to similar amenities, so that you can focus on your work with a clear head and a relaxed body.
Capital Region International Airport is the closest airport to Lansing, located just three miles outside of the city. This international airport, which used to be called Lansing City Airport, receives domestic flights from around the United States and seasonal flights to Mexico and Jamaica. There are a number of hotels nearby, to spend the night before departing Lansing.