Rodeway Inn And Suites Riverton2.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
I found this location to have enough of the qualities I need on a business trip.It was clean,comfortable bedding,great water pressure in shower and had the best lighting over the vanity mirror.Older location but has ample parking,was quiet so easy to overlook the updates needed.Still had a smoking available room.I hate getting dressed so I can go to my car and smoke in the morning.Staff very friendly and helpful emailed my bill for my companies reports no questions asked.Half the price of most hotels/motels in town.
In the right location between travels from Laramie sightseeing up and around to Riverton for 1 night before visiting Yellowstone National Park for a week. Close to Castle Gardens which is a must if you are anywhere close by. Our room was quiet and close to the office. Our continental breakfast was okay, but they ran out of pastries right before we came in which was a bust. We were somewhat early for breakfast, too. Nothing special for the room, but no complaints for a smaller out of the way town.
Old Motel But At A Reasonable Rate . Fine For A Quick One Night Stay . Room Was Old But Had All The Necessary Things including Fridge and Micro . It Was A Bit Over Furnished but No Problem for Me . Room Was Clean and No Issues with Wi-Fi . If Your Looking for a Cheap Clean Room .... You Found One .
Very basic but relatively clean. If you're on a budget it's grand. Rooms and bathrooms clean, a vending machine product was one year out of date. Plenty of parking and a friendly welcome on arrival. Breakfast was super budget, not even toast on offer but for price we didn't mind.
Hubby and drove three hours from Yellowstone, knocking on one after another hotel door to find a room for the night. After finding out Yellowstone closed the park gates due to a snowstorm, hotels were doubling the normal price, or were already sold out. We finally found a wi-fi signal in Riverton, so we could shop hotels online rather than inquiring in person. We booked Rodeway because it was too late for anything but sleeping. All we needed was a reasonably priced room with reasonably good reviews. I was stunned and then irate when, at 10:45 pm, we arrived to a dark office. A sign on the window said to ring the bell, which we did three times. The sign said that if no one answered, we should call a phone number. Standing out in freezing cold with the wind whipping, I couldn't get cell service. Hubby finally managed to connect, and a night desk clerk came to the window. We still had to stand outside in the cold to finish the check in process. He wasn't unlocking the lobby. Then we were informed that there was no wi-fi. The hotel's entire system was down. Nice. I use hotel wi-fi for writing travel articles, uploading photos on travel websites, catching up on email, etc. I couldn't do any of it. There is no elevator, so we had to drag luggage up a flight of stairs to our second floor room. The double double room was older and outdated, but reasonably clean. There was too much furniture for the size of the room. I couldn't squeeze my slender self past the desk chair if Hubby was sitting in it. An easy chair was crammed between one of the beds and the wall, with not one inch of space separating them. The bathroom door wouldn't close with the toilet seat down. You had to leave the seat up to open or close the door. The bathroom exhaust fan sounded like a jet plane taking off. The pillows were far too soft, even if you doubled them up or folded them in half. I awoke with an aching neck. The blanket and curtains had holes in them. The heater kept shutting off, and the blankets were thin, so I was cold most of the night. Check-out is 11:00 a.m. At 10:15 someone tapped insistently on our door and, when we opened it, told us in barely understandable English that we had to be out of the room by 11:00. In nearly 200 hotels stays worldwide, this was a rude first. Oh, and the coffee in the room is undrinkable.
Nothing fancy. We stayed in Riverton as we though it would have been an interesting city to visit. We were wrong, but the hotel was ok. The bed was comfortable and room was quite. Poor TV and breakfast however.
Needed an inexpensive hotel for an overnight in Riverton. Found this online, joined the ChoiceHotels rewards for a dollar discount when booking. Old but clean, bed more comfy than Motel 6! Room had a small fridge and microwave. Plenty of coffee at breakfast and although cereal and waffles were all that was on the menu, the waffles were pretty yummy. Would definitely stay again.
Will not stay again. Yes it was only $58.00 but believe it should have been less. The bathroom door and toilet handle were broken. The phone was loud static unless you held the cord a certain way. Coffee pot did not work. Continental breakfast consisted of waffles with syrup. No fruit. No toast. No boxed cereal. It really bothered me that the margerine, milk, and syrup were not individually packaged. Just a community gallon of milk, tub of oleo and a bottle of syrup. Could have been tainted by anyone. Parking lot was plowed but snow was piled at space in front of room so had to park in back of office bldg. On a good note the TV worked well, the wifi worked well and the cranberry juice was great.
We were staying 2 nights in Riverton. Fortunately, I only booked 1 here. We were out first thing the next morning and won't be returning. The website said they had breakfast. We were informed on check-in that there would be no breakfast as they had few guests. However, to make up for this, they would upgrade us to a Queen Suite. The down side to the queen suite. NO queen beds!! Just 3 full-size beds. WHAT?? We had them switch us to a room with 1 queen bed. It had a foul smell in the room, with a room deodorizer in it. We soon realized that the linens had the lingering smell of cigarettes. UGH! The website also advertised guest laundry. Nope! They ripped it out a couple of years ago and hadn't gotten around to reinstalling it. That had been our big reason for choosing this hotel. I definitely needed to do laundry. When we arrived it had been snowing, it was December in Wyoming. There was no snow removal. All in all, I truly don't have anything positive to say, and I try hard to say something good. I would never stay here again. NO matter the occasion.
For all you late travellers, don't stay here. I was driving late on business and arrived very tired at just a few minutes after 3 am. I was informed by the man in the front that after 3 am the computer systems completely shut down and there was absolutely nothing he could do for me, it did not matter that I had a reservation. On the reservation I estimated my time to be early morning. Went to Super 8.
- Free continental breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Business center
Rodeway Inn And Suites Riverton places you within a mile (2 km) of Riverton Musem and Riverton City Park. This 28-room hotel welcomes guests with free breakfast and conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. Wind River Heritage Center is also 1.4 mi (2.3 km) away.
Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast. You can sip a beverage at the coffee shop/café.
Rodeway Inn And Suites Riverton's 28 rooms are air-conditioned and provide microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Guests can enjoy free WiFi and cable TV. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and bathrobes. Free local calls, ironing boards, and desks are also available. Weekly housekeeping is available.
Guests of Rodeway Inn And Suites Riverton enjoy free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and free newspapers. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. Front-desk staff are standing by 24/7 to assist with any requests. This hotel also has laundry facilities.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
45.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 60 reviews