Microtel Corporate Office Headquarters

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Microtel Corporate Office Headquarters
Microtel Inn and Suites by Wyndham
Wyndham Hotel Group
22 Sylvan Way
Parsippany, New Jersey, NJ 07054 USA

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 4090,
Aberdeen, SD 57401

Corporate Phone Number: 1-973-428-9700
Online Website: http://www.microtelinn.com/
Reservations: 1-800-824-2082
En Espanõl:1-888-304-6835
Corporate Phone Number:1-973-428-9700
Customer Service Number: 1-888-222-2142
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  1. I stayed at one of your establishments and was very dissatisfied with the room and also the maintenance of it. The hot breakfast was nothing but a joke for a breakfast. I will never stay at one of your establishments ever again because of the experience I have had.

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  2. BRIDGEPORT SUPER 8 MANAGER IS A FAT B###H!!!! RUDE RUDE RUDE!! She must eat all the food before 8 so nobody else can eat!! Share fatty!!!

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  3. We just stayed at Microtel in Roseville Mich.l will not stay there again.room was in bad shape and I took pics to send to corporate.And microwave was disgusting and frig was way over due to be defrosted.

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  4. We recently stayed at the Microtel Inn in Eagan, MN the week of Nov 21 thru the morning of the 24th. Was not pleased as soon as we got there our 9 year old daugher was so excited to stay at a hotel she was being nosey and decided to unzip the pillow that was on her bed and found 4 hypodermic needles. Brought the pillow downstairs to the lady behind the desk showed her the pillow with the needles inside and insisted on getting different pillows. I asked her to please notify management what we found. Heard nothing from mgmt. Every night we went back to the hotel we checked our bedding and pillows. Not a pleasant experience. We don't travel much so you will understand how disappointing this experience was for my family. Someone really needs to let housekeeping know that once someone checks out to thoroughly check the rooms from head to toe especially the pillows that have zippers on them. NOT A HAPPY CAMPER>

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  5. My stay there was horrid! paid over 100.00 for a single night because of indoor pool access. There were people poolside with CASES of beer using profanity and my children did NOT get to swim the entire stay. Then the hotel worker took a towel away from my son and stated if we needed more towels to find the maid working our floor and she would give it to us! There was also a dirty washcloth hanging over our shower rod with a used bar of soap in the bathroom! The entire experience here was the HORRID! We waited in a long line for breakfast (like 35 mins) and before we even got up to the food the worker came in and started clearing everything out, my family waited for nothing and had to go our for breakfast. I have e mailed and called corporate numbers with NO responces and NO one ever answers the phone! Just terrible all the way around!

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  6. The worst hotel experience I ever had. There was dead bugs in our room. the bathrooms was nasty and the manager was a but hole. We had a microwave and refrig. in the room but the kids could not bring their breakfast from downstairs up in the room. I called corporate and made a huge complain. I DON'T RECOMMEND THIS HOTEL TO ANYONE. IT'S THE WORST HOTEL IN LINTHICUM, MARYLAND.

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  7. I seriously doubt I will ever stay in the Microtel in Marietta, OH again. After 3 stays and requesting AND GETTING my request for the same room for the 2 last stays, I was told a couple of days ago that they cannot reserve a specific room for a customer. This is the email I received:

    David Bricker (David.Bricker@Hilton.com)
    4/15/14
    David.Bricker@Hilton.com
    Good Morning-

    Thank you for your email. I am sorry that you feel our policy is wrong. A request is a request, not a guarantee. If a guest request something and they are not told in advance that the establishment will do its utmost but cannot guarantee the request is not following the correct professional way of doing business. It is our goal to make each guest totally satisfied with their stay, not to promise something that the hotel might not be able to perform.

    This tells me there is a performance problem when last year I requested a specific room and was given the reservation for that room TWICE but now I cannot request that particular room. The hotel is busy with traveling business men but has NEVER been full the 3 times I stayed there (1st time was given a room I ultimately didn't like; picked one I did like but now they won't let me request that room. Not to worry. I found a much better place to stay in Marietta .



    Thank you for your past patronage and understanding our policy.



    Best Regards,

    David

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  8. worst hotel ever! york maine microtel is a joke, the manager is rude and stupid and the cleaning staff doesnt even know how to do their job. i even overheard a cleaning lady talking about one of their customers in a negative way. pool feels slimy and looks cloudy. i'd rather sleep in a tent then go back there again. don't waste your money!

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  9. The microtel inn and suites in jacksonville, fl is a bad business the manager BEN does not treat his employees fairly. Its sad when u have guest seeing him high on Weed and not making sure the hotel is ran correctly. The hotel does not have clean sheets. Last time in stayed I heard Ben the manager talk to his employee so bad... I really hope they fire him..I will never spend my money on that hotel again.... THE WORST EXPERIENCE EVER....

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  10. stayed at Microtel in Harrisonburg, VA. Clerk was helpful. Room was clean. However I forgot to pack my Kindle as I used it the morning of the 15th before I took a shower. I got home that day & it was not in my overnite case. I left it on the bed which of course was not checked as I was leaving. I called the motel several time & they could not find it. I know for a fact it was in the room. I have never had a problem in all the years of traveling, once or twice things were left behind & returned. I will not recommend this establishment to other visitors...

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  11. Went to sturgis this year paid almost 300a night to stay there ....what a nasty place we didn't use the toilet not one time took pictures the ring on the commode was black! Nasty nasty nasty we will be posting the the pictures on you tube hope the company feels very ashamed I hope the manager of our hotel ...in rapid city is embarrsed

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  12. Union City, Georgia

    “Drug infested

    When we arrived at this hotel my expectations were very high having had stayed at a Microtel previously. This one changed my mind quickly. The first room we were given was a smoking room, (we don't smoke) but not only that it was substandard. I wouldn't put a dog there! My husband went to ask management for a clean, NON smoking room and instead of immediately accommodating our valid request, he goes on to explain to my husband that HE made an error in his room selection..REALLY????? That may have been the case but when we noted the error you just correct it, don't argue! 

    Next, we were given a key to another room which seemed okay so we went about our day, only to return and find out our room had been given to someone else!!!!! The man on duty apparently made an error with our key??? My husband had valuables inside, FORTUNATELY the person they gave our room to gave his expensive item back. To top all that off, the next room we were put in was filthy, the bedding decor stained with GOD knows what! I gave the items to the front desk person and explained they were filthy. He said maid service would replace them, seems to me, if they'd done their jobs, the place wouldn't be so filthy.

    Then we find old dirty drinking implements in the window, the bathroom was filthy so I refuse at this time to even shower in there!!! Do yourself a favor, find another hotel quick! Even Wyndam took ZERO responsibility, why should the staff have any integrity?

    Because of this hotel, my family vacation has been RUINED

    Stayed August 2014

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  13. Arrived at Microtel in Geneva, N.Y on August 29 for a 2 night stay. Around 10 PM we went to bed to get a goods nights sleep after 6 hours on the road. We were assigned to a room just off the lobby. Mistake #1. At 11 PM the phone at the lobby desk started ringing continuously. After at least 7 rings each time the desk clerk finally answered the phone. Around midnight there sounded like a wrestling match over our heads. Sounded like someone getting body slammed. At 2 Am we were awakened by what sounded like the night staff cleaning with a carpet sweeper or pushing a luggage cart. So much for sleep in a room I'm paying over $100 for.

    On Saturday August 30Th, after an exhausting day at a wedding, we went to bed at around 10 Pm. At 11:45 The people in the room next to us were making so much noise that we had to pound on the wall to get peace and quiet. At midnight the guy and his kid across from us were going in and out of their room being very loud and slamming their door.
    At 1 AM I was complaining to the night staff about the chaos. At 2 Am the shuttle from the wedding with all the drunks arrived. They started down or hall, and was soon directed to go to room 325. At 4:30 AM another inconsiderate, loud mouth was outside our room. Needless to say, we got about 2 1/2 hours sleep that night for our $100 plus room.

    Wyndham needs to invest in some soundproofing when constructing future hotels. They also need some crowd and noise control. We will never patronize another Wyndham Hotel and will definitely not recommend them to anyone. In the 50 years I have traveled, this is by far the worst experience I have ever encountered.

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  14. We stayed at the Microtel in Beckley,WV on 9/17. We had some problems which for the most part were not the hotel's fault. The hotel manager, Teddy Rhim approached us at breakfast the next morning & apologized for these problems. He offered to comp us the room for our inconvenience. He handled himself in a professional manner. Because of this we would book this hotel in the future.

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  15. Good Evening Mr. Michael Sehim,
    I made a reservation (conf #95868864)for Nov 8 to stay at your hotel in Raleigh, NC but because of bad reviews I called Oct 28 at 5:54pm to cancel. Spoke with the a female receptionist and was told no problem it was taken care of ( the cancellation). Checked my acct today and there was a charge. I have called your office three time 8:35am, again at 9:30am and again at 10:30am to find out that the Asst Mgr was not there again (Mr.Prem not sure if first or last name). I receive instructions from John Sokan to send this email and you would take care of this once again may or may not be a true statement. Your hotel has charged my credit card on Monday, Nov 10 for $80.49. I would like a response that you did receive this email as well as credit my credit card account with $80.49. I appreciate the promptness in clearing this situation. I can be reached at 240-394-0438 if you need further discussion.

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  16. I want to start off positively by saying the hotel in Spring Hill, Fl was very clean. We were greeted upon our arrival by Justin, a very clean-cut, hospitable young man. He informed us where our room was and which entrance would be best to use. When the card did not swipe to let us in the side door, Justin was very apologetic and quickly remedied the situation. We returned to our room a little after midnight. The people in room 122 had the TV a little loud for that hour but nothing that couldn't be tolerated. However, at 3:30 AM, I was awoken by the volume of their TV and the very loud voice of the lady in the room. I could clearly hear every word she was saying. I called the front desk but did not get an answer. I then used my cell phone. After a few rings, it was answered. I explained the situation to the desk clerk. I could hear the phone ring in the next room and the man saying 'ok, he'd take care of it'. The lady said "too loud? I can barely hear it!". Then the TV was lowered. I thought the problem was solved until she started talking again in a louder voice. She left the room after about 10 minutes. I thought 'peace at last'. Well, she returned banging on the door to be let in. Again, the loud voice and then she put the TV volume up! I decided not to call the front desk again as it seemed useless. She finally quieted down obviously falling asleep but she did NOT turn the TV down. So, I was awake the entire night having to drive to NC that day!! I informed the assistant manager upon checkout. She said 'I'm only the assistant, I'll let the manager know.' I wouldn't go as far as to say I'd never stay at a Microtel location again. I just wanted to let you know, I was very dissatisfied and disappointed with my stay this time.

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  17. I stayed at the Microtel inn and suites in Union City Georgia recently and from the very beginning, I should have turned and ran. First problem, I booked thru booking.com and the receptionist couldn't find my reservations. After showing her my confirmation, she stated that she could accommodate me, but for a slightly different price. Then she stated that she could honor the price I was given from booking.com. Second problem, the initial suite I booked wasn't available, but she said that she could give me something compatible. Upon opening the door of the elevator on the second floor, there was a smell in the air of drugs. I should have run, but didnt. Third problem, the room had pieces of paper on the floor and the sheets had finger nail polish on them. Fourth problem, last but not least... I was awakened by a female crying around 2:30am. She was screaming at someone. About an hour later she calmed down and I went back to sleep. Thinking it was over, at about 4:45am she started all over again, this time she was not alone. A guy was with her and I could hear him hitting her and furniture being moved around. This continued for over an hour. Absolute worse experience ever. This hotel actually should be closed.

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  18. We stay at this location (Microtel on Riverwatch Parkway in Augusta GA) due to the location and convenience for our needs several weekends out the month. However, there are always minor things to be fixed, and this time was different. We had to change rooms FOUR times due to issues out of our control in the rooms and no manager was on duty. The lady at the front desk got her manager on the phone (Sadia Hassan) and instead of apologizing on behalf of their inconvenience, she told me that "its a Friday night and if I want to go look for another room elsewhere, she will I have us checked out and KEPT insisting that we check out. I have worked for customer service for years and there is no way I would speak to any of my customers that way, especially a valued customer who uses my services frequently. WILL NOT BE RETURNING.

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  19. I keep coming back to Microtel in Florence, Ky for 1 reason. Jarvis on night shift makes my stay the best it can possibly be each and every time. He should be running his own hotel. He knows how people like to be treated when staying in a hotel. Thank you

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  20. Cartersville GA Location. I have used the meeting room several times but have since decided to no longer to do business with the hotel. Ever since the old manager left, so did all the professionalism. The rates for the meeting room have varied every time I have inquired about availability. The policy as to whether I needed to pay upfront also varied every time. The last time I reserved the room, I was quoted $50. The next day, I was called and told that they needed to charge me more for the room. The employees are not knowledgeable about policies or prices. Now this time I am told $100.00 and again I get a return call now saying $150.00. The meeting room is also very tiny and is not worth the price that they are asking.

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  21. My wife and I recently stayed at a Microtel in Calcium, NY. The Motel is in bad shape. It needs a complete remodel. When I pulled the sheet out from the side of the bed a used tampon came out and landed on the floor. When I went to the front desk the lady at the desk was only interested in who made the room. No apology, NOTHING. A housekeeping lady followed me to the room, saw the tampon on the floor, got some tissues, picked it up and told me they would change the sheets. We left for the day and I have no idea if they changed the sheets or not. I highly recommend the desk people be properly trained because they could care less about their patrons. I will never stay at another Microtel.

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  22. Sad excuse for a hotel! NEVER AGAIN. My issue is too long to post . What a waste.

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  23. Stayed at Microtel in Columbia S.C. 3 weeks axgo, picked Microtel because we stayed several times iFranklin, N.C and were pleased. The hotel was dirty, run down and in very poor repair. The couch sagged terribly, the leather chair was down to the backing, the tub drained so slowly that you stood in water. The shower curtain was mildew and laying in the standing water. The breakfast room consisted of 2 tiny tables to seat 2 people. What happened to this chain? Wyndam should hang their head in shame!. How sad that this happened.We will never trust a Wyndham property again.

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  24. I'm a travel nurse that works nights so I ALWAYS make sure to make special arrangements with hotels in advance as I check in during the day and check out at night. Microtel on Harper Rd in Beckley, WV told me at 815 am after working a 12 hour shift that they couldn't allow me to check in until because that was "company policy". Then proceeded to talk about me and the girl who made the reservation as if I wasn't standing there. I eventually got the room but felt corporate should know what happened. Their reaction "well our policy is 300 pm check on unless you've made arrangements in advance." I was advised someone would contact me. I think it's safe to say they don't care. Never staying at another Wyndham property again.

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  25. I'm a travel nurse that works nights so I ALWAYS make sure to make special arrangements with hotels in advance as I check in during the day and check out at night. Microtel on Harper Rd in Beckley, WV told me at 815 am after working a 12 hour shift that they couldn't allow me to check in until because that was "company policy". Then proceeded to talk about me and the girl who made the reservation as if I wasn't standing there. I eventually got the room but felt corporate should know what happened. Their reaction "well our policy is 300 pm check on unless you've made arrangements in advance." I was advised someone would contact me. I think it's safe to say they don't care. Never staying at another Wyndham property again.

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  26. Stayed in Bushnell Florida and thought I saw a mouse run across the floor nope just a 4 in long cockroache then they sprayed raid and my room reeked all night...extremely unacceptable

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  27. I had a terrible experience staying at the Microtel in Opelika, AL. Nasty is not the word to define that hotel. It should be closed down until the carpet is replaced and the furniture. It is absolutely horrific.
    I wrote a letter to the CEO of Microtel describing my experience and never heard a word from him. That is unbelievable. No wonder that hotel is in that shape.
    I am not through complaining. I will continue until I get an answer from someone.
    I do not know who to contact yet. When you contact the CEO of a corporation and they do not respond, what do you do then. If anyone knows, contact me.
    David dmartin402@bellsouth.net By the way, the CEO's name is Stephen P. Holmes.
    DO not contact him. HE DOES NOT CARE

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  28. I worked for 2 days at the one by the airport in Utah I have not received my pay for those days I have tried numerous times to contact varun but Miriam, or Riley, or Kara will always say he's not in this is against the law to wrongfully with hold my check from me. Carrie Larkin 127 North Guenevere street north salt lake city Utah 84054 I have called the police about this and the better business bureau as well I just want what's owed to me.385-777-6996

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  29. NEVER stay at one of these hotels!! We stayed at the Microtel 4900 Woodland Drive Enola, PA and it may have been the worst experience we've ever had. I truly am not sure how this hotel is even allowed to operate and offer services to the public. I'm quite certain that if a health inspector made an appearance they would lock the doors. The hotel is under renovation, and I use that term loosely, but instead of having outside storage trailers for everything they have everything stacked throughout the hotel. You could barely walk in the lobby and there was construction trash throughout the entire hotel. When we got to our room I would not even touch anything (and I have stayed in some dives in my lifetime). The room smelled like something died in it and the bed had a huge black stain on it. The tv did not work and the bathroom was half ripped apart. When my husband went back downstairs to tell the front desk clerk that we would not be staying and would like a refund, the front desk clerk was vomiting all over the lobby! Needless to say he came right back to the room, grabbed the bags and we left. We called the next day to talk to the manager, who was unavailable, and were told since we booked through hotel.com that we would have to contact them. We did so and hotel.com customer service made numerous attempts to contact the hotel to no avail. They then informed us since they were unable to speak to anyone for authorization on the refund that they would be unable to refund the money. Long story short...it is not worth the cheaper rate!!

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  30. Although Im leaving this comment it will also have a formal letter of complaint to follow. I checked into the microtel inn atlanta airport for 4 nights to attend a graduation. The hotel of course charged me the entire stay the first night. No problem. But each day my key deactivated and ir was as if I needed to check in every day. The first night the TV nor remote worked so we moved to another room. Not enough towels in the bath room for the 2 of us...the comforter was a faded white and very old. The next day house keeping didnt clean the room but stopped by took the uncleaned towels while we were gone and we had to go to retrieve clean ones later that evening and the trash was never emptied. This occured for 3 days and I took my trash out myself. On the 3rd day after leaving the front desk to get my key activated again, I was in the room 15mins and someone had a key and started to come in , thinking it was finally house keeping at 3pm in the afternoon , I was startled and said Im not dressed and the person said they were just rented this room. By this time Im hotter than fish grease and called the front desk. Demanded coorporate phone number and information. I was told to find it on the internet. My room never was cleaned by house keeping and parking was terrible on friday and saturday night.The breakfast is continental not much to choose from and no pool Jacuzzi or fitness. TV and Cable didnt work in most of the rooms while at the front desk 5 rooms were complaining. Horrible stay . paid $62 a night but was worth $26. You get what you pay for...

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  31. Microtel Inn and Suites in Joplin Mo.They treat there housekeeping like crap. They dont turn on the air conditioning so u can clean the rooms with out passing out. It very hot on the second floor . No air in hallways and they get mad at u if u turn the air conditioning on in the rooms so u can work without haveing to wipe sweat from ur face so much . There is never enough laundry so u dont have to go back downstairs to get stuff. They cut corners on a lot of things like towels if there is a stain fold it another way. Its really run down. There sheets are failling apart . i think someone should Corp come and check them out. I dont think they even use soap to clean to was the lien.I am very concerned. I have a pic of what the temperature on wall. They even had a guest complaint on how hot it is in the hotel. Its stupid. Ur supposed to be relax. And they have there kids playing in laundry room and almost ran in there own housekeeper.They deserve better than that.

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  32. Microtel Klamath Falls, OR...very upset that the "Rip City Riders 415" are allowed to come to this motel and basically take it over! Bikes are parked under the the whole car port. It is a fire hazard and an obstruction to other guests. At 1:22am and 2:06am they decide to rev the engine. They had already been told once to stop. This is unnacceptable at a place where other people are PAID guests. I have been here 7 dwys and will cancel the last day here. From what I heard they did this last year.

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  33. Stay at Microtel in Raleigh, NC.. Don't stay here..sleep in your car. The carpet was so bad I would not take my shoes off, bugs in the bathroom. broken furniture, no air condition in the lobby, and I could go on and on. The breakfast was horrible to boot!! And they charged me for 5 nights when we only stayed two and could not stand it any more. Spoke to several supervisors and sent an email and voice message to the CEO and two weeks later I still don't have my money back in my account. This company needs to be closed down!!!

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  34. We had a very bad experience that was jointly a problem between the reservation service for Microtel and the Microtel Hotel in Lillington on Sunday October 9, 2016 in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. After loosing power in our home and being unable to find a hotel nearby in Fayetteville, my wife called the reservation service for the Microtel hotel chain. After speaking with the reservation service, we were told that they would require a $100 deposit and requested our credit card number to reserve the room that we were told would cost $85 per night and also that we should be prepared to pay cash for the room. We made the journey from Fayetteville to Lillington on HWY 401 which had been closed due to a fallen tree in the roadway near Erwin and had to redirect on some back roads to arrive just outside of Lillington around 10:30 pm. Shortly thereafter the GPS on our phone notified us that we had arrived at our destination in the pitch black of night. There was not one light on that we could see that identified this as the hotel we were expecting to find. We drove around to the side and found the door open with a few candles lit and the staff acting like it was business as usual and asking for our reservation number. Because we were concerned that our credit card would be charged for not checking in we reluctantly to entered and were told that the room would not be $85 as we had been told over the phone but the best that they supposedly could do was $99 plus tax and since their computer and electricity were down that we would have to pay in cash. I was very upset because we had been on the road for a few hours and the reservation agent didn't bother to let us know that there wasn't any power at the hotel or that the reason we were unable to reach the hotel by phone was because of the problems they were having there. It really sickened me how we were taken advantage of in this situation and the whole thing seemed to have the feel of a "bait and switch". My daughter who was also distressed over how we left our own home with no electricity and was asking if she could go sleep out in the car. She could see no reason why we left our home to find ourselves in an terrible situation in unfamiliar surroundings. In retrospect, I have to agree that we would have been better off just staying at home. The staff seemed only concerned with how much money they could get out of us and instead of trying to help us they just pointed out how the other Microtels closer to Raleigh were already booking up. And would it surprise you to know that they didn't even want to provide me with a receipt of any kind to verify that we had paid to stay here. I'm very disappointed and believe me that I will think long and hard before I ever stay at a Microtel again. My question to you is why do you continue to take reservations at an establishment without power. Other hotels in Fayetteville were refusing to accept any new guests until their water situation was resolved. The right thing to do would be to not inconvenience me and my family when you cannot provide the appropriate accommodations and certainly not to charge like it's a great place to stay.

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  35. We had a very bad experience that was jointly a problem between the reservation service for Microtel and the Microtel Hotel in Lillington on Sunday October 9, 2016 in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. After loosing power in our home and being unable to find a hotel nearby in Fayetteville, my wife called the reservation service for the Microtel hotel chain. After speaking with the reservation service, we were told that they would require a $100 deposit and requested our credit card number to reserve the room that we were told would cost $85 per night and also that we should be prepared to pay cash for the room. We made the journey from Fayetteville to Lillington on HWY 401 which had been closed due to a fallen tree in the roadway near Erwin and had to redirect on some back roads to arrive just outside of Lillington around 10:30 pm. Shortly thereafter the GPS on our phone notified us that we had arrived at our destination in the pitch black of night. There was not one light on that we could see that identified this as the hotel we were expecting to find. We drove around to the side and found the door open with a few candles lit and the staff acting like it was business as usual and asking for our reservation number. Because we were concerned that our credit card would be charged for not checking in we reluctantly to entered and were told that the room would not be $85 as we had been told over the phone but the best that they supposedly could do was $99 plus tax and since their computer and electricity were down that we would have to pay in cash. I was very upset because we had been on the road for a few hours and the reservation agent didn't bother to let us know that there wasn't any power at the hotel or that the reason we were unable to reach the hotel by phone was because of the problems they were having there. It really sickened me how we were taken advantage of in this situation and the whole thing seemed to have the feel of a "bait and switch". My daughter who was also distressed over how we left our own home with no electricity and was asking if she could go sleep out in the car. She could see no reason why we left our home to find ourselves in an terrible situation in unfamiliar surroundings. In retrospect, I have to agree that we would have been better off just staying at home. The staff seemed only concerned with how much money they could get out of us and instead of trying to help us they just pointed out how the other Microtels closer to Raleigh were already booking up. And would it surprise you to know that they didn't even want to provide me with a receipt of any kind to verify that we had paid to stay here. I'm very disappointed and believe me that I will think long and hard before I ever stay at a Microtel again. My question to you is why do you continue to take reservations at an establishment without power. Other hotels in Fayetteville were refusing to accept any new guests until their water situation was resolved. The right thing to do would be to not inconvenience me and my family when you cannot provide the appropriate accommodations and certainly not to charge like it's a great place to stay.

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  36. stayed at microtell in Brunswick ga...146 gateway...awful experience...so much needs updating...

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  37. i dont know how fugitives of law are working at hotels

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