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QC Stay Inn

1.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The room was clean. The staff helpful. Bed was comfy. TV worked. Water was hot. For price wasnt bad. Room reeked of cigarette smoke. was nonsmoking but rooms above were not. no microwave or fridge that site said was provided.

Was expecting a nicer quality hotel for the price. The hotel is dated, no hairdryer or microwave, and I also didn't like the direct access to the outside in regards to outside noise and general safety concerns. The staff was friendly although they had trouble finding the reservation.

Between the police dogs doing searches to vehicles in the parking lot, the cock roaches, blood on the toilet, and stains on the sheets, we left and moved to the Motel 6. I would not have let my dog sleep there

The best surprise was that I was actually charged $12 less than my quoted reservation.

The price was right as I stayed overnight for less than $40. Considering I was there less than 12 hours total, I was satisfied but I don't think the Inn at Moline IL was a 3 star. There was a fly in the room when I checked in. While the room was otherwise clean, it was awkwardly designed with one bed too close to the air conditioner. Also, the bathroom door opened into the walkway. The beds were comfortable and I did rest well so overall I was satisfied with my experience.

If you have an early morning flight out of Moline and need a place to stay close to the airport while keeping cost to minimum this place fits the bill. No cups or glasses of any kind and no shampoo or conditioner (soap and towels..yes). But none the less a very responsive staff that shuttled us over to the terminal at 4:15 AM on a moments notice and provided the lacking amenities upon request.

I prepaid to stay at this hotel. I left as fast as I could without turning back as the quality was extremely low and not even considerable.

America's Worst Inn would be more appropriate. I was given a key card for a room that had people staying in it, after requesting a new room because the first one smelled like marijuana, had rust stains in the bathtub, and loud noise from the neighbors through the paper thin walls. When given the correct room, did not have toilet paper, ashtray, or towels. Had to go back to the foul smelling office to talk to someone who could barely speak English. Do not waste your time or money at this dump. You're better off staying under a bridge.

The first night at the room three people had one towel and one washcloth, we had to ask for more. No hair dryer, tissues, shampoo, etc.. in the room. The floor had a cup on it and it wasn't from us, lotion on the nightstand not from us. When they cleaned the room the first day all the air was turned off for us to comeback to in 90 degree heat. Again two towels and one was no bigger than a hand towel. It doesn't compare to other trips, it was bad...The next morning we had to leave sticky notes to tell them to leave towels and leave hte air alone. Again one towel and them a baby towel but they left the air alone..would not stay again nor tell anybody to stay there. A big spider in the room the first evening and webs in the shower around the top.

considering the price, this was good. Absolutly nothing special, just a bed to sleep in and a bathroom with soap and a towel, but that was enough for me, since I just wanted to spend the night to catch an early flight and save some money on parking. The parking is NOT free if your going to park it and fly, it was 3$ per night, paid up front. which ended up being the same it would have cost to drive up super early and park in the airport parking. The people who run the hotel are friendly. I'd stay here again but I'd prefer a little cheaper parking. Two minutes from the airport by car.

The room I had was very small. The door to the bathroom took up part of the hallway, the shower had mold in the caulk, the carpet trim was falling off the walls. The ac units fan made a terrible noise. But the bed I had was pretty comfortable, although when I asked how the beds were the lady looked at my room and said oh your lucky you got one with a pillow top. I can say it was a first and a last for me.

2359 69th Avenue Moline IL

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Free parking
  • Free airport shuttle
  • Fitness center

QC Stay Inn places you within a 10-minute drive of Niabi Zoo and Quad Cities Waterfront Convention Center. This 72-room motel has free self parking, a free airport shuttle, and a fitness center. In central Moline, the motel is also a short drive from Black Hawk State Historic Site and John Hauberg Indian Museum.


Rooms

All 72 individually furnished rooms feature washers/dryers, coffee makers, and free newspapers. For entertainment, guests can expect to find cable TV. For a restful night's sleep, sink into the pillowtop bed with premium linens and a pillow menu. Free local calls are also included.


Property features

QC Stay Inn features a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a business center. You can take advantage of free parking, along with a free airport shuttle (available 24 hours). The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with sightseeing, directions, and local dining recommendations. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, an arcade/game room, and free newspapers.

Room options

Standard Room, 1 Queen Bed, Non Smoking

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Standard Room, 2 Double Beds, Non Smoking

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Standard Room, 1 Twin Bed, Accessible, Non Smoking

Twin 1 | Full 1 | Sleeps 4

Double Smoking

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for QC Stay Inn

Couples (3) Business (2) Family (1) Other (4) Friends (1)
3

the room was clean.

Singles

The room was clean. The staff helpful. Bed was comfy. TV worked. Water was hot. For price wasnt bad. Room reeked of cigarette smoke. was nonsmoking but rooms above were not. no microwave or fridge that site said was provided.

By on Jul 15, 2015

3

just ok

Singles

Was expecting a nicer quality hotel for the price. The hotel is dated, no hairdryer or microwave, and I also didn't like the direct access to the outside in regards to outside noise and general safety concerns. The staff was friendly although they had trouble finding the reservation.

By on Jan 26, 2015

1

disgusting

GetawayWithFriends

Between the police dogs doing searches to vehicles in the parking lot, the cock roaches, blood on the toilet, and stains on the sheets, we left and moved to the Motel 6. I would not have let my dog sleep there

By on Aug 18, 2014

3

better than i expected for the price

Couples

The best surprise was that I was actually charged $12 less than my quoted reservation.

By on Jul 13, 2014

2

inexpensive overnight stay

Families

The price was right as I stayed overnight for less than $40. Considering I was there less than 12 hours total, I was satisfied but I don't think the Inn at Moline IL was a 3 star. There was a fly in the room when I checked in. While the room was otherwise clean, it was awkwardly designed with one bed too close to the air conditioner. Also, the bathroom door opened into the walkway. The beds were comfortable and I did rest well so overall I was satisfied with my experience.

By on Jul 4, 2014

3

airport lodging

Couples

If you have an early morning flight out of Moline and need a place to stay close to the airport while keeping cost to minimum this place fits the bill. No cups or glasses of any kind and no shampoo or conditioner (soap and towels..yes). But none the less a very responsive staff that shuttled us over to the terminal at 4:15 AM on a moments notice and provided the lacking amenities upon request.

By on Dec 29, 2012

1

poor offering

Singles

I prepaid to stay at this hotel. I left as fast as I could without turning back as the quality was extremely low and not even considerable.

By on Jul 30, 2012

1

awful!!!!! should say americas worst inn!!!

Couples

America's Worst Inn would be more appropriate. I was given a key card for a room that had people staying in it, after requesting a new room because the first one smelled like marijuana, had rust stains in the bathtub, and loud noise from the neighbors through the paper thin walls. When given the correct room, did not have toilet paper, ashtray, or towels. Had to go back to the foul smelling office to talk to someone who could barely speak English. Do not waste your time or money at this dump. You're better off staying under a bridge.

By on Mar 12, 2012

1

if it was the last place on earth

BusinessTravelers

The first night at the room three people had one towel and one washcloth, we had to ask for more. No hair dryer, tissues, shampoo, etc.. in the room. The floor had a cup on it and it wasn't from us, lotion on the nightstand not from us. When they cleaned the room the first day all the air was turned off for us to comeback to in 90 degree heat. Again two towels and one was no bigger than a hand towel. It doesn't compare to other trips, it was bad...The next morning we had to leave sticky notes to tell them to leave towels and leave hte air alone. Again one towel and them a baby towel but they left the air alone..would not stay again nor tell anybody to stay there. A big spider in the room the first evening and webs in the shower around the top.

By on Aug 2, 2011

3

good enough

Singles

considering the price, this was good. Absolutly nothing special, just a bed to sleep in and a bathroom with soap and a towel, but that was enough for me, since I just wanted to spend the night to catch an early flight and save some money on parking. The parking is NOT free if your going to park it and fly, it was 3$ per night, paid up front. which ended up being the same it would have cost to drive up super early and park in the airport parking. The people who run the hotel are friendly. I'd stay here again but I'd prefer a little cheaper parking. Two minutes from the airport by car.

By on Jul 15, 2011