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Hotels and Motels

9 months ago
Priscilla Komlofske for Flores-Komlofske Transportation Inc.
Excellent service provided by Patrick Orneales, hesitant at first but overall friendly.

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9 months ago
Priscilla Komlofske
Thank you! He strives for making everyone else happy!
It worked when there wasnt much to choose from. Last minute, smoking, affordable, and had the dogs. If I had more options this would not be the 1st choice. Wasn't Feels a bit wasn't clean either. Missing Little things like garbage can, Parked to the door lock, air conditioner covers one room there was a scissors Jack for a car holding up the air conditioner., But it worked.

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a year ago
William Reagan for Budget Inn
Its more for people renting by the weeks or even months. However it is a place to sleep for the night if need be.

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Felt very unsafe here. Outlet by sink was hanging outside the wall and had exposed wires. Breakfast was not served. Did not think my car would still be there when I woke up.

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a year ago
David bice for Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Joplin
Okay for a cheap motel, rooms are pet friendly despite what some reviews might say. $10 pet deposit, which is very cheap compared to other hotels. Room was fairly clean, but shows it’s age. Plenty of places to eat within walking distance. Only complaint was room smelled like weed, and the bathroom felt like a broom closet that hadn’t been remodeled in years.

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Had the absolute worst experience here. They wasted our time, left us hanging in need of a place to stay, and were insanely rude from the start. We had booked the room late in the evening in need of a last-minute stay. Most hotels in my experience only require the ID of the person booking which we had, but when we arrived the front desk lady (who was extremely rude from the start), demanded the IDs of everyone staying in the room, and my friend who was with me had left her ID at home. Despite the fact, we had already paid for the room, tried to show photos of her ID and Passport, and even provided a physical college ID she wouldn't accept anything and refused to let us stay.

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It was a bed for a night when flight diverted from Dallas. Room had marks on mirrors, hairs hanging around shower etc. Debris on floor. Started my morning by stepping in shower and getting a chunk of glass wedged into the bottom of my foot. Sheets were clean and bed was the firmness I needed. There's the one good thing.

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a year ago
Alfredo Laguna for Budget Inn
Nice clean rooms and affordable pricing especially if you get more than one night

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Very sketchy part of town, family was scared walking from car to lobby and didn't feel any safer once inside, rooms are very run down, and walls so thin you can heat people talking next door and in the halls. People at the front desk were super nice but that didn't override actual fear of being in this part of town. Would not recommend.

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a year ago
Kelli Long for Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Joplin
AWFUL!!!! We booked the jacuzzi suite over the phone. We arrived after 10:00 pm to be told that since we have a dog, we could not book the jacuzzi suite. They told my husband, "Since you were honest about the dog, I'm not going to charge you for it." We were booked into a different room, #239. We get in to discover running water out of the bathtub. It will not shut off. So we go down to the front desk. Someone else is on. We're informed that that room is out of order and shouldn't have been booked, so we are moved to a different room, #339. Had to fill out new paperwork, got charged for our dog, which is fine because that is their policy We were supposed to have a AAA discount, but it doesn't look like it was applied. We get to room 339, there is no water going to the toilet. My husband messed with it and got it to flush, but we have to mess with the tank every time we use it. I want to leave, but frankly we are exhausted after driving almost six hours to get here. It's now almost 11:40 p.m. and we are finally settling in, waiting to speak to someone in the morning. The furniture is stained and the hotel is out of date. Don't stay here!!!

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