Quality Inn2.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
One of the few remaining motels with smoking rooms. So this was much appreciated with comfortable beds. Missed the breakfast as we needed to leave before 7:00 on the weekend before breakfast was served. Reasonable rate and lots of restaurants and stores nearby.
Clean and comfortable at a great price. Stayed two days and slept well. Pillows were very comfortable and room was quiet. Variety of breakfast items. You could pay lots more but why? This one will serve you well at a discount
While it's an older hotel, we found it clean, comfortable and safe. Staff were wonderful and Sunday breakfast was better than found in higher priced hotels. We'll definitely stay here again. Culpeper is a quaint town witness a multitude of choices for dining.
What a change, nice new carpet and beds, really upgraded this place. The staff at the front desk were all really nice and the breakfast was pretty decent they had a really good egg tortilla breakfast wrap....
Several other motels nearby. Restaurant within walking distance and many more nearby. Staff indifferent, Adjacent to major highways. Scenic. Very small breakfast area with below average offerings. Good room, neat, clean, good beds.
When I just sleep in a room for one night, cleanliness, bed comfort, shower, location and price are most important factors. There were about 7 hotels all in this area to choose from. I chose this Choice Hotel and was very pleased. Free Breakfast was adequate and nice to have. I liked parking right outside my room. Made unloading and loading easy. For an old motel the room was great and new A/C was better than most in terms of effectiveness and sound. Definitely would stay here again compared to other places.
We had no complaints over our one-night stay. However, the hotel could use a face-lift. The service was friendly. The room was clean, but furniture is old and outdated. The breakfast was fine. There was no fitness room. It is in an area with 4-5 other hotels, and when we checked this was the least expensive. So if you don't expect a lot, you won't be disappointed. .
Here's the bottom line up front: I would stay at this hotel again. That being said, some reservations and caveats are in order. I'll get to those in a bit. On this trip, I just happened to be wandering around Virginia horse country, and needed a place to stay before moving on to a family event the next day. As I had an affinity card favoring Choice Hotels (this month!), I called up while on the road to make a reservation for the night. No sweat – rooms were available. Check in went smooth and flawless. I then went to my room. It was clean and comfy, with one thing sticking out like the proverbial sore thumb: all of the furniture and fixtures showed signs of fair wear and tear. They were clean, but a bit old and worn down. No complaints about the cleanliness of the room, but then I discovered some unpleasantness about the now-standard flat-screen TV and coffee maker. The flat-screen TV worked well, but it was older, and lacked an HDMI connector to fire up some streaming video from a laptop. As for the coffee maker – it sat on the safe. I looked to see where it was plugged into an outlet. It wasn't. Ooops. Other than those issues, staff were friendly, the mattress wasn't worn out, and the next morning breakfast included scrambled eggs and sausage as opposed to merely waffles and hard-boiled eggs. At check-out, an hotel employee told me some of the backstory. According to this person, the hotel had been owned by an out-of-state entity. That entity ran down the property and did not invest much back into it. Local investors purchased this hotel, and now were investing sizable amounts of money into it. An ironworking crew was fixing the staircases to the second level as we talked. The employee added the local investors knew about the tired condition of the rooms, and were redoing them in phases. So overall, a clean, comfy room for a night or two. But right now, the value part of the equation is lacking.
Lauren was able to find us the only room left on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend at 9pm in Culpepper, Va.. We are so grateful after riding three hundred miles in the hot sun, getting stuck in traffic on this busy weekend. Being dehydrated, Lauren even turned on the cold water for us, where I immediately drank six glasses of icy gold water. The room was clean, hallway had a little smoke odor, room was very quiet, great water hot, breakfast okay.
amenities very good, breakfast area small, only a few tables, breakfast bar well stocked, rooms clean and beds well made , if your stay is over a few days you will find insufficient drawers to keep you clothes and other items in. soap and other personal cleaning items changed daily (unlike the neighboring best western where the soap is never changed until it is falling apart or you request it, and there were light fingered employees cleaning the rooms next door). not a large facility, formerly a comfort inn. probably less than 100 rooms. has a small swimming pool. overall very good and desk personnel very helpful
Located in Thorton Gap Entrance Shenandoah, Quality Inn is within a few miles (5 km) of sights such as The State Theatre and The Museum of Culpeper History. This 49-room hotel has conveniences like free breakfast, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. It's in central Culpeper and also close to St. Stephen's Episcopal Church and Culpeper National Cemetery.
Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast.
The 49 air-conditioned rooms feature kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and cable TV. Coffee makers, free local calls, and ironing boards are other standard amenities.
Quality Inn features an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and a seasonal outdoor pool. There's free parking if you drive. Front-desk staff can help secure valuables, and provide local restaurant recommendations. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area and free newspapers.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
41% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 60 reviews