I’ve stayed here twice. It’s definitely over priced but their aren’t many options in the area. I agree with the other reviews. The WiFi barely works. The water in the shower was uncomfortably HOT even on the lowest setting. The room was humid and smelled damp. On the plus side, my room was large. The staff was friendly. It’s nice to have a free breakfast especially since food options in the immediate area are limited. (We did walk across the parking lot to the BBQ joint for dinner one evening and it was great). There’s a frig and microwave which are also nice to have. Overall it’s an average budget hotel that costs more than a budget hotel should cost.
Stayed here to visit West Point - i';s a very convenient location. The shower was wonderful but the toliet could use updating. Our room was large and very well equiped. Coffee, fridge, microwave. There is an indoor pool and a sauna. Didn't use them but they are there if you want. Breakfast was very nice. Bagels, pancakes, eggs. I would have liked bacon - but there was two types of sausage. The bed was a bit soft but it was comfy.
Everything was very clean and i'd stay there again.
Stayed here on a Friday night. 2 queen bed room. WI-FI worked fine for us. Shower had HOT water and great water pressure. Little things need to be fixed if they are going to charge $229. I realize they are the only indoor corridor motel close to West Point besides the Thayer. Online the Thayer was advertising the exact same rate. Have stayed at the Thayer three times before and it is much more upscale. If the rate wasn’t so high, I would stay here again.
I have stayed at Holiday Inns before. The room was clean, which is always a primary concern. The room was not "beat up" but the decor did look a bit " old". The room however was spacious, had a desk and occasional chair, a large console with a big screen TV, as well as a mini fridge and a microwave.So, from an amenities point of view, it had much of what an average person would need. The bathroom was clean, but it has an odd shower system which required the hotel to have a small card explaining how to turn on the shower ( pull down the "ring" under the tub spout; a system I have never seen before.) As I had not immediately seen the card, I spent several frustrating minutes trying to figure this out. The bed was clean and comfortable, of middle firmness and had many pillows ( I think four). Off the lobby was a large pool, which we did not use owing to our schedule. Breakfast was the generic free breakfast offered by many hotels: scrambled eggs, pre-made omelets,, yogurt, cinnabons, muffins, coffee, tea, oatmeal, cereal, juice. Adequate. The fruit however only consisted of whole apples and oranges, an unappealing offering where cut fruit might have been more welcome. The staff we met were pleasant and answered any questions. The hotel is conveniently located if you are headed to West Point, which is not very far away. The parking lot appeared to have sufficient space. Convenient was the fact that a gas station was located immediately next to the hotel.
This hotel is at most a ten-minute drive to West Point, which is why we came to the area. We stayed one night and it was fine. The breakfast was better than expected, with hot choices like scrambled eggs, sausages, a machine to make pancakes (which my son loved) and an egg white omelet. The room was fine and was clean. Its immediate environs are not exciting but it was perfectly fine for an overnight stay. My son enjoyed the heated indoor pool. The Wi-Fi did not work for us, but upon checkout, the manager and an employee were chagrined that I didn't call to tell them about it, saying they would have helped us get online, so I can't fault the hotel for that.