Breakfast. That's all there was to enjoy.. We're staying here for five nights. Atleast it's a somewhat decent price. $79/night. There is a free breakfast and wireless internet. But.. the only good thing about this place was the breakfast. A very good variety of food. On the brochure it says there's a game room but they lied. The fitness room is nice but there's no fans and so it reeks of sweat. It must just be the theme of the place, but this is definitely a place where mexicans are welcome. The beds are decent. Clean, but uncomfortable. The showers are short and dirty. The rail that holds the curtain is completely rusted at each end. The only colors you see are orange and brown shades (not real inviting.) The drawers are stuck and will not open except for the top two. We came here to relax and visit our airman. It's the closest to the base, but I'd rather drive a couple more miles for a decent room. Don't trust the brochures!!! The rooms nothing like it appears.
Distinctive whitewashed and tile-roofed chain offers convenience and consistency..
Since opening its first location next to the San Antonio World's Fair in 1968, this well-known chain has become synonymous with consistency and reasonable rates. Room conveniences include data port phones with voice mail, work spaces, coffeemakers, irons, hair dryers and TVs with premium channels, movies-on-demand and video games. Budget-conscious travelers appreciate the free continental breakfast and families traveling with children like the pool and kids-stay-free policy.
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