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Localização. Este hotel está localizado em Newark. opções Features.Dining no Quality Inn Finger Lakes Region incluem um restaurante e um bar / lounge. Serviço de quartos disponível durante o horário limitado. As instalações recreativas incluem uma piscina coberta e uma academia de ginástica. Acesso à Internet sem fios disponível nas áreas públicas. Comodidades adicionais incluem uma cafetaria / café e lavanderia. Os quartos de hóspedes. Existem 107 quartos no Quality Inn Finger Lakes Region. Os banheiros possuem secador de cabelo. Além de acesso gratuito à Internet sem fios, os quartos oferecem telefones, chamadas locais gratuitas e máquinas de fax. Os quartos também incluem cafeteira / chá e ferro / tábua de passar. Os quartos são todos não-fumadores.
Serviços do Quality Inn Finger Lakes Region
Serviços do HotelRestaurante
Condições de compra do Quality Inn Finger Lakes Region
Horário de entrada14:00 hrs
Horário de saída11:00 hrs
CondiçõesExistem algumas restrições, veja detalhes na página de resumo de compra.
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- Serviços 8
- Instalações 6.4
- Localização 6.4
- Limpeza 7.6
- Preço/qualidade 6
This hotel is, in a word, tired. There's chipped paint, dings on the walls, dated furniture, below-average breakfast, etc. However, the place is clean, the staff is friendly, and the beds are comfortable. OK for an overnight.
We traveled here with a group of friends on motorcycles. I was a little skeptical after reading some of the reviews. After arriving my thoughts were it was standard for this price hotel. Our room was clean and check in and out was friendly and fast. The pool was closed while we were there. There appeared to be some missing tiles they were replacing. There was a lounge on site where they were a little pushy with trying to get you to eat there and deferring you from some local restaurants. There was a continental breakfast there. The spacing of the food area is smushed into such a tiny area. It was very difficult to get your breakfast without hitting elbows and being in the way of another guest. This room is so large that you wonder why they are not making this more enjoyable. The lady filling the station was trying to be helpful but to the point where she was annoying. I don't think I have ever written a negative thing about a breakfast station but, this one was totally not enjoyable. Overall for the price, it is a good value.
Stopped here on a trip to Boston. We arrived on about 1:30 a.m. on a Saturday morning. We had a hard time finding a hotel because of the PGA tournament in Rochester. This was miles of the turnpike. When we pulled in, there was a crowd of people, outside smoking and drinking and being rather loud. I thought that we were in for a loud night. My husband went in and our son and I sat in the car. One of the people tried to sit on our car. Check in took about a half an hour. Apparently the hotel knew that they had had a cancellation, but were unable to figure out what room was vacant. The clerk said that the hotel had the only bar in town and those folks were there every weekend. Once in our room, the bed was so so. Everything else was ok. The hotel quieted down after 2 a.m. When I walked around the next morning, I could tell that the hotel had once been quite a resort. It is just tired. It was quite large, with a large pool area that was closed. On our way home from Boston, my husband and I drove straight through rather than spending $100 + for mediocrity.
We stay here when visiting family nearby when we can't get in anywhere else. It's been going downhill forever; getting older and seedier, and harder to maintain. A very dreary place to stay. We couldn't get the key to the outside door to work, and after "help" from the staff, it still worked only sometimes and only on one of the doors. The staff tries hard. They are friendly and cheerful, but the facility is about ready for a bulldozer. Now includes breakfast -- about like Hampton in variety and quality.
We returned for our 5th stay as we attended the sauerkraut festival and parade. Check in was fast, convenient and our requests were accomodated. Susie (in the restaurant) welcomes us by name each year, nice touch!!. The rooms are clean and spacious. Our room was not made up or towels refreshed when we returned in the evening, but the reception desk was promt with fresh towels and amenities we required.
Friends of ours all met in Newark to have dinner with several of us from out of town staying overnight at the hotel. The hotel was nice/fair. Room was clean, good size...bathroom a little small. Staff were courteous ... especially the little gal that handles breakfast in the mornings. Speaking of breakfast.....should have it like 6 or 6:30 a.m. instead of 7 a.m....especially for workers who have to leave early. Overall a nice place. There were no elevators that I saw to get to the second floor which is fine with me personally but probably not with someone who needs it.
Thought we'd try this hotel since all hotels closer to our destination were filled because of graduations. Bad decision...at check in, everything seemed fine except the room was near the pool. First night, arriving back to hotel from dinner, the back parking lot was like a hooligan playground. Kids on bikes were throwing food at another car. I reported the incident immediately, and the young girl at the desk said, "thank you for letting us know...". Nothing was done. Next day, we arrived back at hotel, and our room had not been cleaned or serviced BUT, the parking lot had been picked up. We finally received housekeeping on the second night, but the beds weren't made! Didn't matter because there was no sleep that night with young boys there for a tournament running and talking in the hall and slamming doors til after 3:00am. Carpet was very dirty and bedspreads were stained. Very poor for a Quality Inn.
As I have learned over the past year if they ask for payment up front beware. When I checked in at the front desk and the staff asked for payment up front I was very doubtful about the quality of the stay. When we entered our room and the first thing I did was pull back the sheets I was even more hesitant to stay. It seemed someone had been sleeping in Goldilocks bed! As my family hurried ourselves to our destination we stopped at the front desk and notified the skeleton staff on duty that the linens on my bed appeared to not have been changed. In what seemed to be the only bright spot of my stay the young woman at the desk apologized and graciously offered to change the sheets herself. On returning to our hotel about 45minutes later she notified me that she had taken care of the sheets personnally. Later that night after having waited for an hour and a half for a very lackluster meal in the restaurant on site (which by the way I would strongly recommend avoiding) we returned to
I have traveled across the eastern seaboard for my job for the last 4 years. The quality inn has been a regular stay for me. The hotel staff have become a family to me. This hotel is just like any other normal hotel. But when it comes to costumer service they get 5 stars. I can't thank the staff enough here. Ashley ,Amber, Britney,Christine, and Justina....my hat is off to you guys. I can't thank you all enough for the love you guys show me as a guest there. Thanks y'all, Herb H.
Avoid this place if at all possible. The Newark NY Quality Inn was our last stop before returning home to Long Island from a month-long road trip. This hotel was the most expensive of any on our trip, and also the worst by far.There are not that many hotels in the Seneca Falls area, and the Newark Quality Inn appears to use this to its full advantage. We booked their 'Jacuzzi Suite' based on misleading information provided by the hotel itself. For the sum of $170 per night we were treated to a room with a Jacuzzi. And that was about all. There was no table, just two kitchen-type chairs (we were able to liberate a small table from a stairway landing and sneak it back to our 'suite'). In addition, the room had no desk, nor any place except the purloined table for a computer. There was no closet, armoire,or any other spot to hang clothes.The room lacked an armchair for reading, relaxing, or watching a poorly functioning television jammed in front of the mirror on a ridiculously low and
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