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Quality Inn Michigan City ★★
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Condiciones de Compra del Quality Inn Michigan City
Horario de entrada16:00 hs
Horario de salida11:00 hs
CondicionesAlgunas restricciones aplican, ver detalle en la página de pago.
- Puntuación general
- 8 comentarios
- Basado en los últimos 6 meses
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- Servicios 8.2
- Edificio 6.2
- Ubicación 8.2
- Limpieza 7.4
- Precio/calidad 6.4
My daughter and I stayed at the Quality Inn on Saturday, August 17. When we arrived at the location I was a little apprehensive. The front of the building is a little run-down and nondescript. As soon as we walked through the front door, though, my opinion of the place improved. The main lobby area was clean, well-lit and nicely decorated. We waited a few minutes while Karen, the front desk worker, served the guests in front of us. When it was our turn she greeted us warmly, checked us in, and directed us to our room. Our room was on the main floor. It was nothing special, but it was clean and smelled of carpet shampoo. The Lighthouse Place outlets were just a couple miles away so we shopped for a while. When it was time for dinner we headed back to Franklin Street. Within a short drive of the hotel you will find many different restaurants and stores. When we returned to the hotel our key card wouldn't work in the door. We went to the front desk to tell Karen and she immediately walked back to the room with us. Turns out it wasn't the key card, it was the whole door mechanism. She called the maintenance guy (I think his name was John) and he was there in less than a minute. It took about a half hour and a couple phone calls, but he was so friendly and courteous it was hard to be upset about the situation. On Sunday morning we had our free breakfast in the lobby area and headed out to catch the train to Chicago. I would happily stay here again.
We have stayed at the Quality Inn twice now when visiting Michigan City. The rates are very reasonable for what you get in this area. The free breakfast & internet are nice as well. Plus there is easy access to Indiana Dunes Nat'l lakeshore, restaurants & Lighthouse Premium outlets. We will be staying here again.
THe room was OK and seemed clean, but the pool was terrible ( hot and filthy), the pool was warmer than the hot tub and there were bugs floating everywhere. The walls are cracked and crumbling in the pool room, the rugs are musty on the way there and the ceiling tiles are stained or missing in the hallway above the pool area. It served our purpose for a place to sleep but was far from what we are used to and did not seem to fit into the AAA or Choice rewards quality that we expected. We had one desk clerk that was very rude upon our check in and she was there again on our last morning and as we sat at the lousy breakfast and heard her talking about other employees to some workers there, it was very unprofessional! We also had to go searching for a cart or to the front desk twice for towels and once for toilet paper.
My friend and I were in the Michigan City area and we stayed at the Quality Inn last weekend. From when we stepped in, the front desk clerk greeted us and checked us in promptly. As we went into the room, everything was clean, towels were stocked up unlike some of the other hotels we have stayed at in the area, and the continental breakfast was fulfilling and had much variety. If i ever had to go to the Michigan City area, I would defiantly choose this hotel over anything else in the surrounding area.
I always try to choose Choice Privileges hotels when I travel, and I can honestly say that this was the worst Choice Privileges hotel that I have ever stayed at. The room was the smallest motel room I've ever been in. They had a chair butted up against the bed with no way to walk between them because there wasn't room for a bed and chair. The room smelled musty and damp. The walls had water damage. The carpet was dirty and threadbare. The bathroom was small, but ok. The hallways were absolutely freezing - I could hardly stand walking to my room it was so cold. The room was cold at first but we were able to control the temp to make it livable. However, we tried to stay out of the room as much as we could because it was not a pleasant place to be in. I wish that I would have had my camera with me because the bedspread was the worst piece of junk I've ever seen in a motel. It was two sheets sewn together in spots with some type of cotton filling in between. However, the filling was all lumped together in at least 50 different places. It was awful and uncomfortable to use. We called and asked for a new one, and the one that they gave us was just as bad! We just threw it on the dirty floor and used the thin bed sheet to cover up with. Obviously they need to replace those, but given the sorry state of this motel, I doubt if they have the money. This motel falls far below the good standards of the Choice Privileges program. I would not stay here again.
This place is conveniently located, clean, and staffed by warm, friendly people. If my review stopped there, we'd have nothing but positives to say about this Quality Inn. We stayed there because the Comfort chain is currently offering a $50 gift card if we have two separate stays in their chain, and we were on our way from IL to Michigan for a family visit and thought we could get in one stay on our trip. Considering that all we needed was a clean, comfortable bed to sleep in for one night, we don't completely regret staying there. But let me hasten to say that we would not easily make the choice to return. Herewith our objections: 1. It's a 2-story place with no elevator. We had to lug all of our stuff up an open staircase. We travel with a fridge that plugs into the car because of special dietary needs, so trekking up the stairs with all of our things and no rolling luggage cart was not exactly a thrill. 2. It's an old place that has been nicely redecorated, but the aging bathtub and surround scream "old" and "outdated." The room's furnishings were nice and new, the bed comfy, and the bathroom updated with granite countertop... but stepping into a beat-up old tub for a shower in the morning gives away the real age of the place. 3. For someone who travels a great deal for work (spent 20 weeks away in 2012), it really means a lot to say that "this is the smallest guest room I have ever spent a night in"! The king bed almost completely filled the room. The armchair was placed literally right in front of the t.v. because there was no other place to put it! (Talk about "reach out and touch someone..."! If that were a t.v. ad rather than telephone, it would be literal in this case.) 4. It seems almost compulsory nowadays to have a mini-microwave and mini-fridge in a guest room. This one had neither. 5. The "free breakfast" options were pretty slim pickings. Definitely not much for a celiac (gluten-free) guest to choose from.
The first room we had we discovered bug parts between the box springs and the bed skirt. The management graciously and quickly moved us to another room. The second room was very dirty with stained carpet and furniture, peeling wallpaper, water-stained ceiling, some permanent gunk on the sheet, dusty furniture, and a dirty bathtub. I will say the front desk staff was very courteous and helpful.
I stayed at the Quality Inn in Michigan City, In 2 weekends go. It was great, very clean, attractive and so close to the beach, outlet mall and good eating places..the staff was professional and made me feel very welcome. I would definitly stay there again!
We had our water heater go out and needed to get a last-minute room using Choice Privilege Points and of the three Choice Hotels on Hwy 421, this was the lowest. Knowing we would check in late and have to leave by 6:30am we didn't need much. We did take the best room in the place which is a double-room, King bed two TVs two full baths. Being a Sunday night, there were only a handful of guests. We went to the pool/hot tub. It worked, it was hot... but a lot of mildew around and we left after about 2 minutes. The hotel is VERRRY Long one hallway (it used to be a Hampton Inn) We found the staff very friendly. The hotel is aging and could use new carpeting. We had a quiet night and running water. We did go to a different hotel the next night when we could not get the heater installed in time. (Comfort Inn-Porter)
Don't either bother checking in to this one. The hotel is really scary and appeared unsafe. The rooms are dark and smelly. The pool and hot tub were not functioning. The staff was extremely rude. Needless to say, we didn't stick around and checked out as quickly as we had checked in.
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