Travel Inn Perrysburg2.0 out of 5.0
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First, this review is based on the room I stayed in for the night so conditions & opinions may vary. Second, keep in mind the price you are paying. If you expect a 4 or 5 star motel at a minimal price, you may be disappointed. But if you want a clean, adequate stay akin to an older Motel 6, then you'll find it here. You'll see the entire motel off of the interstate clear enough, but once you head down a back country lane between the corn & soy fields, you may begin to think you took a wrong turn. Then, when you approach the entrance at the end of the dead end lane, you'll see an abandoned building to your right and what looks like an equally abandoned parking lot leading to overgrown, hidden unknowns. But just drive past all that and you'll see the office and the rest of the motel appear. I was greeted promptly enough and exchanged my infos via a slot through the security window. That kinda made me wonder if the area was safe or not, but being way out in the darken countryside, I can understand why. Don't let that scare you away. There was no one I saw creeping around, just a couple guys with work truck equipment in back. Now on to the room. My room was clean enough for an older motel: older color TV with cable, a clean refrigerator, clean microwave, phone, a table & 1 chair. The room smelled abit musty when I entered - almost reminiscent of left over cigarette smoke in the "non-smoking" room, but it seemed to lessen as the room cooled in the AC. The bathroom had 2 sets of towels, no tissues in the holder and a hair dryer which I didn't use so I can't comment if it worked or not. It smelled very musty/moldy, but I think it was from stagnant water deep down on the pipes because as the sink filled up, it was slow to drain. Yet, still, everything was clean enough. The AC console worked steady throughout the night, but the temps dropped down to 54F and I still had the AC on "High Cool" at #5. Which leads me to wonder if on very hot days, does the AC even work adequately?! Plus, I was sleeping by myself. When I did wake up, I admit while comfortable, I turned the heat on low to chase off the chill as I got ready for the day, but after 10-15 minutes, the fire alarm started chipping intermediately. I turned off the heater, fanned the alarm and it quit. So if you do stay and know you're gonna need the heater - first thing would be to keep the door open for a few minutes and let the initial heat fumes burn off. This is what the girl in the office told me they do. An added plus was free WiFi! Strong enough to watch YouTube videos & peep in on my home security webcam. They only serve coffee in the morning, but there are 2 popular truck stops only a mile past the corn fields where you can get anything else you may need or wish to eat. In conclusion, you can't beat the price for the room you get. Clean, quiet, adequate.
We reserved one room for one night. It's at the end of the road, you drive past a clean and well-lighted Budget Inn, then see a small sign for Travel Inn, and go past an abandoned gas station to the weedy lot of the Travel Inn. I usually stay at cheaper inns, but this seemed pretty seedy, with disarranged curtains at several of the windows, and no other car in sight. I went in to the office, which had a dirty door and absolutely stank of stale cigarettes. The reception window was also dirty. No bell to ring, so I had to assume they heard me come in. No one came to the window, so I eventually got back in my car and drove away; my son said some guy with a phone in his hand looked out of the window next to the office as we left. We went back to the Budget Inn and stayed there.
A basic place to spend the night after driving all day and back to it first thing in the morning. Typical well-worn but clean place to rest at a reasonable rate. They do provide smoking rooms on request.
But, although there was indeed plenty of spacious parking, the "non smoking" room we received stank of stale smoke, the "queen" size bed was a double and even if you could get over the smell, everything was old and tired l looking and may have been clean but it was difficult to get past the way it smelled and looked. We chose not to stay for the night.
Me and my wife stayed here for a night on the way from NY to Wisconsin. It was very cheap ($38) and really worth the price. The room and bathroom were generally clean and they provided a microwave, refrigerator, iron, TV and a hair drier in the room. Microwave & refrigerator weren't things I expected for this cheap price! The lady at the front desk was very helpful and welcoming. I would stay here again if I have to stop at somewhere closer to Ohio turnpike.
I was stuck in Perrysburg for the weekend with a broken down bus. This place was $75 for 2 nights including all taxes and fees. The rooms were very clean, every channel you could imagine on TV and overall it was a great stay for the value. The staff was extremely friendly and accommodating and there's plenty of parking for big trucks and RV's pulling trailers. I pulled into their lot with a 45' tour bus and 16' trailer and had no problem parking and maneuvering. I do have to say there aren't any places to eat within a short walk that I saw but I did order food from Oasis to be delivered and it was really good! There is a refrigerator (the larger size for a smaller hotel fridge) and a microwave so perfect for ordering lots of food delivered and warming up the left-overs. One thing I would recommend to this place is that they invest in nicer pillows. At this price I don't expect much but with them re-doing all the rooms and I believe being under new ownership I think they should have nicer pillows and bath towels. If you take your own pillows and bath towels you will be all set!!
The hotel was off the highway tucked away down a nearly deserted road. It was old and very much in need of an update. The room and walls were filthy. The towels were threadbare and stained. I would never recommend it or stay there again.
we stayed here for one night on the way out to Chicago from PA. It was really cheap and the bed was great. The shower had good water pressure. The towels are low quality but they smelled clean. overall, it was just right for our budget and glad we stayed here. would stay here again if in the area.
Limpio. Precio muy, muy bueno. Microondas en la habitación. Presión ducha buena. Wifi correcto. Tranquilo, aunque en las cercanías hay movimiento de camiones y gasolineras, pero no molestan.Ubicación difícil de encontrar. Paredes delgadas. Necesita renovar toallas. Muy bueno, a buen precio, si no se mira mucho en decoración. Yo repetiria.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- 24-hour front desk
Travel Inn Perrysburg places you 11.9 mi (19.2 km) from Collins Park American Golf Club and 11.9 mi (19.2 km) from Willis B Boyer Museum. This 56-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a 24-hour front desk. Toledo Museum of Art and Toledo Zoo are also within a 30-minute drive of this Perrysburg hotel.
All of Travel Inn Perrysburg's 56 air-conditioned rooms provide microwaves, refrigerators, and ironing boards. Guests can expect to find cable TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Other standard amenities include desks and free toiletries.
Guests of Travel Inn Perrysburg enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas. There's free parking if you drive. The front desk is staffed 24/7 to help secure valuables, and answer any questions about the accommodations.
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60.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 9 reviews