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|"All staff were friendly and accommodating."||(in 17 reviews)|
|"Nice clean roomy and friendly."||(in 18 reviews)|
|"Clean, safe, huge tub, free breakfast and nice staff!"||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Rooms was Dirty and Musty Smelling."||(in 17 reviews)|
|"Old hotel cigarette smoke all over"||(in 6 reviews)|
|"The place was a dump"||(in 4 reviews)|
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The facility was reasonably clean, and the air conditioning worked great.
We stayed on a Saturday night and it was very loud and there seemed to be a lot of unusual activity going on around the area and in the hallways. We did not feel safe at the location, and we checked out after a few hours.
OK For sleeping and taking a shower
The door locked
The smell of the rooms were terrible. Beds we're lumpy and outdated.
The worst place I have ever stayed
Nothing. Nothing about this place was nice. The room was dirty.
the tub/shower was not in the bathroom, no, it was DIRECTLY next to the bed. The carpets were completely disgusting. Visible mold growing on the ceiling next to the window. We woke up promptly at 8am to the sound of them grinding the steel stairs outside our room to refinish. The 11am checkout was not necessary at that point. Not worth 110 bucks a night. Not worth 10 bucks a night.
In-room hot tub was the only redeeming quality of this hotel stay.
Let's begin where my stay began, and potentially your stay would begin; at the front door. I walked in to find the front desk vacant, but was quickly greeted by the staff. I checked in, paid in cash, and headed toward my room. Staying in an Executive King Room, there was a glass door with a "security" lock that, at other hotels, you must swipe your room key to gain entry to the hallway. At the Rodeway, this door is broken on both ends of the hall. Permanently unlocked. I arrived at my room to find that the door was improperly sized for the door frame, resulting in a large gap below and ABOVE the door- of sufficient size for me to break in without much difficulty, just to prove it could be done. As a result, my girlfriend and I left no valuables in the room during even the shortest period of absence. Late that night, the two of us were rather thirsty, so I grabbed the ice bucket, but found it had no lid. I sought out the man at the front desk, who told me that none of the buckets had lids. I then went to the nearest vending machine to buy some bottles water. Not only did the machine not have water, but it was COMPLETELY empty. Further investigation revealed that EVERY SINGLE MACHINE had been emptied. Again, I paid a visit to the front desk. His blank stare and shrug summed up the quality of customer service one should expect at the Rodeway Inn. I asked him what guests were supposed to do when they got thirsty. He shrugged, again. I walked a couple hundred yards to the King Kullen located "conveniently" across the road. To compound things further, the mattress was rather worn, and the sheets were improperly sized, so throughout the night I woke up on a bare, or getting there, mattress. I would NOT spend another night at this "hotel".
I chose the Huntington Inn because I was in town for a wedding that was being held at a venue about 2 miles up the road. I liked that the inn was easily accessible and sat on the main road. I had a king suite, so I don't know if it's the same for every room, but liked that the room was stocked with coffee, had a microwave, a refrigerator and a hairdryer already in the room. The room was spacious.
I felt that the inn was in need of a little overall cleaning. The carpets that lined the hallways were filthy and the door fronts to each room were pretty dirty. The towels that were in my room were also fairly worn and some had holes in them. My room appeared to be clean, but based on how dirty the outside of the room was made me a little uncomfortable.
A good night and a great savings await you at the Rodeway Inn Huntington Station - Melville hotel in Huntington Station, NY. Our hotel is close to attractions like the Museum of Arts, Fox Hollow Country Club Heckscher, Cold Spring Harbor, Historic Huntington Village and Adventureland Amusement Park. Enjoy our amenities like free breakfast, free WiFi, a fitness center and free coffee. Our fresh, clean rooms offer microwaves, irons and ironing boards, hair dryers, TVs and desks. Also, earn rewards including free nights and gift cards with our Choice Privileges Rewards program. No pets allowed.
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