We were pleasantly surprised at how large our room was and the flat screen television in the room. Room was clean, bed was comfortable. Some perks: Wi-fi, coffee maker, small refrigerator, and microwave in the room. Breakfast was included. Extra fee for pets.
The young man at the front desk was pleasant and gave us a choice of rooms. We opted for the first floor room so we didn't have to lug our stuff up the stairs. The room was large and clean. We stayed here as it would sleep all six of us (3 generations) in one room, saving us a bundle over getting two rooms on our way back to Colorado from Yellowstone. The room could actually sleep seven as the bottom bunk bed was a double with a single on top. The metal frame was a bit wobbly and squeeky and could use some tightening up. I'll take off one star for that and the fact that the hot tub and pool were not full and needed a good cleaning. We opted for the Star Plunge hot springs instead. Too bad the free state park soaking pools were closed by the time we got there. Note that there is a very good full service Shell station across the street from the Super 8 for gassing up. There is even a god mechanic on site which is handy when you need it as we did! 1/2 hour after opening we had a new alternator and battery and were cruising home.
The lady at the registration desk when we arrived was extremely nice and helpful. She was very friendly and had a very nice experience. The gal that cleaned our room did a wonderful job with all the little extra touchs. We would definitely stay here again
The hotel is on the edge of
Thermopolis, about one mile, so you have to drive in for bars and restaurants. There is a diner next to the hotel in walking distance.
The room was spacious and comfortable, with tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board. Breakfast was included in the price, and unusually for a Super 8, there was a breakfast room serving an "extended" continental breakfast, which was quite good. You are close enough to visit all the sights.
Loved it!. The room was very comfortable - Lots of pillows. Nice with tables & chairs. We had a good nights rest.
We stayed here a few years ago, and
found the hotel to be nice & clean, which is why we decided to stay again on this trip on our way to Yellowstone N.P.
Breakfast was just fine...Motel 8 standard, consisted of yogourts, various breads, hard boil eggs, tea, coffee and the typical biscuit and mushroom gravy. I don`t know what some people expect for self serve breakfast, but you can always pass it up.
Also have to sing praises for the young guy that checked us in. There was some kind of screw up for the date of our reservation, and he went out of his way to make things right for us. We were especially happy since he had just turned away some folks because there were no rooms available anywhere in Thermopolis... due to a horse sale in town.
Free coffee refills and budget rates make this motel tops with highway travelers..
The first Super 8 opened in Aberdeen, S.D., in 1974, charging $8.88 a night. Today, the national franchise, with its familiar red-and-yellow sign, still stands for dependable rooms at wallet-friendly prices. A staple for road-tripping families, truck drivers and tour groups, the motel offers complimentary morning coffee and continental breakfasts. Another perk for travelers: Super 8 travel cups may be refilled for free at any of the motel's locations.
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