Skip to main content
Beginning of main content

Recent guest reviews

3 Cockroaches alive crawling on ceilings. 2 dead cockroaches in the shower. When the heater was turned on it started smelling like smoke. When the AC was turned on it went full blast even tho we tried to increase the temperature. Towels and bed sheets are dirty. Blankets had holes. When asked if there are bedbug, employee said “no guarantee” Employee lied. We asked if there was another room upstairs and at first he said “no double bed upstairs only downstairs”. Later when we demanded a refund bc we didn’t want to stay longer he took us to a double bed room upstairs. The whole room smelled like weed and smoke. Would never suggest to ANYONE to stay here.

Of all the hotels in Little Rock, AR to choose from, DO NOT PICK THIS ONE. I ended up with a reservation for one night at this hotel because I sorted by "lowest price" on Trivago. Little did I know what I'd get - while pulling into the parking lot, we saw only one other car (which was the first red flag). When we checked in, the lady at the front desk spoke broken English (which I don't have a problem with) but she spoke so quietly I couldn't hear her under the whirring of the ice machine and vending machines (also located in the front lobby). We checked into Room 209 (and she gave me a remote control for the TV at the front desk!) - after entering the room (which looked like it was last re-decorated in 1986), we actually laughed out loud. CRT television (no flat screens here)...there was actual DUCT TAPE ON THE BOTTOM OF THE SHOWER DOOR...a gross, yellowed toilet seat...broken toilet tank lid...it was like something from a horror movie. Need I also mention there were random people walking through the parking lot? We didn't feel safe, so we immediately left and went to the Super 8, which was a much nicer experience and will stay there again. AVOID THE HORROR OF SUPER 7!!!

Going to start by saying I paid about $40 for this room. It was the cheapest at the time. As soon as I walked in, I immediately saw a bug on the wall. A few minutes later, another on the refrigerator. The shower door wouldn't even shut properly, very few towels that smelled like smoke. Bed sheets were stained. Front desk lady was very rude. Would never go back. I would gladly pay an extra $20 for a decent place.

The location of the establishment was good for me because I was unfamiliar with the area and need to stay close to I-30 but the traffic noise on the Interstate was excessive, which is uncontrollable. The room was tiny and yellow, yellow, yellow. The comode sat lopsided and the seat shifted whey you sat down. There were cigarette burns in the comforter. The sign in the lobby said "coffe from 6am-9:30am but I went down and it was empty. I told the desk clerk and when I went to leave an hour later, you guessed it, still no coffee. I can't say the room was unclean but felt unclean. If you just need a place to sleep and shower, its ok for the price but if you want a restfull sleep and coffee in the morining, go somewhere else. I would not stay there again. What does it take to make coffee???

I was greeted with a sprung door that closed on the bottom but was gapped on the top. When I entered I was greeted by a 19 inch, 10 year old TV, a dresser with the whole face missing and a toilet that made sounds like people talking. Later that night when ready to take a shower I realized that the shower head flopped around like a fish and always ended in the down position. I woke up with a backache and was never happier to leave anywhere in my life.

I chose the hotel because of its location (near the University of Arkansas at Little Rock) and its price (the lowest I found). It is near a number of fast food restaurants, so that was also convenient. The room had everything I needed. Everything worked, also (the air conditioner, the lights, the TV set, the hot water). It was also clean. It also had rooms for non-smokers. There was a small refrigerator in my room. It had convenient parking next to your room and even a very small outdoor pool near the front desk. It seems to be an older facility that has recently been refurbished. It needs more comfortable pillows. The staff was friendly but could perhaps smile a little more. Donuts or cookies in the morning (to go along with the free coffee), from 7:00 to 10:00 AM, for instance, would have been a nice little plus and might not cost that much. I would change the dark blue color of some parts of the outside exterior to a lighter color (orange, perhaps).

Interstate 30 Little Rock AR

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • 24-hour front desk

Super 7 Inn is located within a few miles (5 km) of Outlets of Little Rock and Big Rock Mini Golf & Fun Park. This 70-room motel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and coffee/tea in a common area.


Rooms

All 70 air-conditioned rooms feature desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with cable channels.


Property features

Guests of Super 7 Inn enjoy free WiFi in public areas, coffee in a common area, and a vending machine. If you drive, put free parking to good use. The 24-hour front desk has staff always at the ready.

Room options

Room, 1 King Bed

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Room, 2 Double Beds

2 Double Beds | Sleeps 4

Standard Single Room, Non Smoking

1 Double Bed | Sleeps 1

Guest reviews for Super 7 Inn

Everyone (2) Couples (2) Business (1) Family (2) Other (1)
4
Everyone

By on Mar 20, 2020

1
Family Family

3 Cockroaches alive crawling on ceilings. 2 dead cockroaches in the shower. When the heater was turned on it started smelling like smoke. When the AC was turned on it went full blast even tho we tried to increase the temperature. Towels and bed sheets are dirty. Blankets had holes. When asked if there are bedbug, employee said “no guarantee” Employee lied. We asked if there was another room upstairs and at first he said “no double bed upstairs only downstairs”. Later when we demanded a refund bc we didn’t want to stay longer he took us to a double bed room upstairs. The whole room smelled like weed and smoke. Would never suggest to ANYONE to stay here.

By on Jul 15, 2019

1

do not stay here

Everyone

Of all the hotels in Little Rock, AR to choose from, DO NOT PICK THIS ONE. I ended up with a reservation for one night at this hotel because I sorted by "lowest price" on Trivago. Little did I know what I'd get - while pulling into the parking lot, we saw only one other car (which was the first red flag). When we checked in, the lady at the front desk spoke broken English (which I don't have a problem with) but she spoke so quietly I couldn't hear her under the whirring of the ice machine and vending machines (also located in the front lobby). We checked into Room 209 (and she gave me a remote control for the TV at the front desk!) - after entering the room (which looked like it was last re-decorated in 1986), we actually laughed out loud. CRT television (no flat screens here)...there was actual DUCT TAPE ON THE BOTTOM OF THE SHOWER DOOR...a gross, yellowed toilet seat...broken toilet tank lid...it was like something from a horror movie. Need I also mention there were random people walking through the parking lot? We didn't feel safe, so we immediately left and went to the Super 8, which was a much nicer experience and will stay there again. AVOID THE HORROR OF SUPER 7!!!

By , from Saint Louis, MO on Oct 13, 2016

1

do not go

Couples

Going to start by saying I paid about $40 for this room. It was the cheapest at the time. As soon as I walked in, I immediately saw a bug on the wall. A few minutes later, another on the refrigerator. The shower door wouldn't even shut properly, very few towels that smelled like smoke. Bed sheets were stained. Front desk lady was very rude. Would never go back. I would gladly pay an extra $20 for a decent place.

By on Jun 17, 2014

1

not a good experience

Other

The location of the establishment was good for me because I was unfamiliar with the area and need to stay close to I-30 but the traffic noise on the Interstate was excessive, which is uncontrollable. The room was tiny and yellow, yellow, yellow. The comode sat lopsided and the seat shifted whey you sat down. There were cigarette burns in the comforter. The sign in the lobby said "coffe from 6am-9:30am but I went down and it was empty. I told the desk clerk and when I went to leave an hour later, you guessed it, still no coffee. I can't say the room was unclean but felt unclean. If you just need a place to sleep and shower, its ok for the price but if you want a restfull sleep and coffee in the morining, go somewhere else. I would not stay there again. What does it take to make coffee???

By on Sep 9, 2012

2

dump

Couples

I was greeted with a sprung door that closed on the bottom but was gapped on the top. When I entered I was greeted by a 19 inch, 10 year old TV, a dresser with the whole face missing and a toilet that made sounds like people talking. Later that night when ready to take a shower I realized that the shower head flopped around like a fish and always ended in the down position. I woke up with a backache and was never happier to leave anywhere in my life.

By on Sep 25, 2011

3

good experience

Business

I chose the hotel because of its location (near the University of Arkansas at Little Rock) and its price (the lowest I found). It is near a number of fast food restaurants, so that was also convenient. The room had everything I needed. Everything worked, also (the air conditioner, the lights, the TV set, the hot water). It was also clean. It also had rooms for non-smokers. There was a small refrigerator in my room. It had convenient parking next to your room and even a very small outdoor pool near the front desk. It seems to be an older facility that has recently been refurbished. It needs more comfortable pillows. The staff was friendly but could perhaps smile a little more. Donuts or cookies in the morning (to go along with the free coffee), from 7:00 to 10:00 AM, for instance, would have been a nice little plus and might not cost that much. I would change the dark blue color of some parts of the outside exterior to a lighter color (orange, perhaps).

By on May 25, 2011

url importing http://www.orbitz.com/Little-Rock-Hotels-Super-7-Inn.h11584179-p2.Hotel-Reviews
There was an error importing /Little-Rock-Hotels-Super-7-Inn.h11584179-p2.Hotel-Reviews, error: javax.servlet.jsp.JspTagException: 301 http://www.orbitz.com/Little-Rock-Hotels-Super-7-Inn.h11584179-p2.Hotel-Reviews