Rodeway Inn1.5 out of 5.0
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A little pricey, but it was high summer and they had rooms available. Hauling our rv and were having some issues with it. It was late and very dark and there was ample parking for the truck and rv. Rooms were clean and waffles for breakfast were good.
I got the room for $49 using Expedia Points. That is what the room is worth - $49. I am astounded that they get away with charging $100+ for regular rates! The room was adequate for me and my 2 dogs while attending a nearby competition. Check in was weird....Reception area not very welcoming at all (dark and dingy and drab) and they took a photocopy of my driver’s licence and made me pay the pet fee in cash ($20 per night per pet, which I find quite high). Clearly they are not used to responsible clientele with good credit cards! The motel was not full, but the rooms that were occupied seemed to be “well lived in” - as in monthly renters. There appeared to be many very young-looking mothers and construction crews. The room was probably last decorated sometime in the '80's, but relatively clean. I slept fine (in my sleeping bag, which is the norm for me in sketchy rooms) as did my dogs (also on their own bedding from home) and the AC worked well. I did not stay for "breakfast". I could not imagine eating anything in that dark cave of a reception hall. I will stay here again, by necessity (as it is the only pet friendly motel close to the competition) though I will choke on the high rate I will likely have to pay.
We stayed here for five nights while visiting family and the room was fine, the rooms are quite large with a good bathroom. Everything was clean and comfortable although the bed was rather noisy. The owners really do need to up their hosting skills, they just don't speak! it was very difficult to have a conversation with any of the staff. So ok it's not a 5 star place but for the money you pay it is very good value with breakfast included, When we come to Bellows Falls again we will stay here for sure.
How nice the housekeeper was here I would have left a week ago it's only that clearly knows about them in their own country and they treat people like crap unfortunately this is true for everybody that works at the exception of the housekeeper. The housekeeper here is one of the best people that I've ever met that works inside of it veteran of Desert Storm and he is definitely worth any type of accolades that you could give. if it wasn't for him I would have left a week ago I also want to say that the rooms are mediocre-at-best because they're in there is a constant Curry smell throughout everything that they do and they're disgusting dirty people I can't there's nothing I can do to change that. These people literally pooped in the water that they drink out of in their home country and they don't have toilet they have a bathroom with a hole in the floor and these two spots for your feet to go they are disgusting dirty people by nature and I find them and disgusting here I feel bad for the children because they're used to pooping on the floor and it even though these are disgusting people who run this hotel that I'm staying here because of that one housekeeper who have a good day
The room smelled like 500 people were in the room smoking at once.There were burn holes in the bedspreads. There was a no smoking sign on the desk--it didn't work. The chairs were so filthy, we never used them. The was hairy mold growing on the shower curtain. The TV screen was filthy ( something was splashed on it and ran down the screen ) The sheets were clean and void of bugs. There was only half of a pair of drapes on the window. We arrived in Vermont @ 1:00 AM and nothing else was available in the area. There was actually an envelope on the desk to tip the housekeeper--WHY?--she obviously doesn't do her job. We had a short nap and got out of there ASAP.
Room was clean, I always check the mattress and all corners for bugs. None found. There was a very strong smell of room deodorizer/ freshener. We had to leave the windows open. If i was chemically sensitive i would not have been able to stay. Breakfast was not to our liking but we are fussy If you eat packaged processed food muffins,fruit loops and standard make your own waffles you may like it. During check in we questioned the price of the room as we are Choice members. We were told by a lovely lady who does not speak good English that her daughter would call us to discuss the price. She never did call us but the price was the best we found in the area so we did not pursue it. Next visit I will look for another place to try but I would stay here if I had to.
Room was very clean and comfortable. Everything worked OK and was in good repair. Appears to have been nicely remodeled in the past year or two -- nice tile in the bathroom. When I first arrived the room had an over-powering perfumed smell, but it dissipated after the first day. I could not tell if it was supposed to mask anything. Furniture included a desk, table and chairs, bed stand, dresser. Fridge and microwave worked OK; the fridge even had a working freezer section. Air conditioner worked well. Nice HD TV with lots of channels. Wifi worked well. King bed was large and comfortable. Good sleep quaility, very quiet. Location is convenient to the Stellafane convention -- about 25 minute drive on back roads. The accommodations were better than some I'd stayed at in Springfield, and about half the price. I did not notice any fast food places nearby, though there are many restaurants in Bellows Falls a few miles away. Breakfast offerings were limited -- there was a selection of pastries wrapped cellophane and coffee. Office staff and maid were helpful. Exterior of the motel seemed nice -- perhaps recently painted. The grounds could do with a bit of beautification -- the pool looked ugly. The office interior could be made a bit more welcoming, as it gives a rough first impression. I was here about 5 days and had a good stay. Would come here again.
We stayed there for one night (July 23rd) and found the room to be clean and quiet during the night. The air conditioner blew cold and was not loud and the refrigerator worked well. The staff was polite and cooperative and the continental breakfast was sufficient with plenty of fresh coffee. For the price I thought the accommodations were more than satisfactory. I plan to stay there again in the future - while doing some fishing in the area.
The hotel room was very plain and simple, nothing special. There was no real breakfast offered, just coffee and rolls. My wife and I had to drive several miles to a restaurant to get real food. There was a clothes hanger but the space underneath was filled with a refrigerator and microwave, so the rack was unusable. The air conditioner was very loud and made it really hard to sleep. Over all, it was not a very pleasant place to stay.
At first glance, this looks OK, but upon closer inspection, it leaves a lot to be desired. Check in area look like it's under construction. Not inviting at all. The pool I'm sure is never used. It's horrible. My room was not ready when I checked in at 230 pm. Housekeeping cleaned it, but also used about a gallon of some air freshener scent. I guess because I walked in immediately afterward made it so bad. The room is OK, fresh paint on the walls. The chairs are stained with who knows what, I refuse to sit on them. Carpets are dirty too. Won't walk on it without shoes. Wifi barely connects inside the room if at all. Junk tube TVs sitting out in the lawn. Phone outside the front office was broken. Plastic big box chairs out in front of the rooms, many of them busted up from being blown around in the wind. Overall, this place just seems sketchy. This place also is not handicap accessible. All of the rooms have two steps up into the room. Saw a handicap gentleman pull in while I was unloading luggage. Housekeeping told him that he wouldn't be able to access the rooms, so he left.
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18% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 46 reviews