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Old 07-08-2012, 11:49 AM
 
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Hi everybody what do you all think of Choice Hotels?
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Old 07-08-2012, 12:07 PM
 
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I like them, Good rating, clean hotels, good staff. Ez-in/out Costs is little over average.
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Old 07-08-2012, 12:24 PM
 
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Hi everybody what do you all think of Choice Hotels?
The problem with the Choice Inns and their various brands is that they are inconsistent. Sometimes, you get a really nice room and a lot of great amenities. Other times, well, they are pretty worn.

One warning, most Choice Suites and Quality Suites are not suites in the traditional sense.
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Old 07-08-2012, 01:12 PM
 
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I like them, Good rating, clean hotels, good staff. Ez-in/out Costs is little over average.
And some might be a tad below average. A couple Choice Hotels I've stayed recently and got my $$$ worth would include the Economy Inn in Flagstaff and the Rodeway Inn in Albuquerque ($32-$35 with coupon) IMO the reason they are a cut below price wise is that they are Route 66 cities, otherwise meaning motels/hotels up the kazoo! On occasion I've stayed at the Quality Inn in Durango, off season rates I found pretty reasonable. Summer rates well,,,, it's Durango!

All the amenities were fine by me. The only time I had a problem was in Flagstaff earlier this year at the Economy. The internet went down and I stayed an extra day against my wishes. But there was good reason for it. The night I stayed a March snowstorm totaling 42 inches descended on the area! Yuck-o!
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Old 07-08-2012, 01:38 PM
 
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And some might be a tad below average. A couple Choice Hotels I've stayed recently and got my $$$ worth would include the Economy Inn in Flagstaff and the Rodeway Inn in Albuquerque ($32-$35 with coupon) IMO the reason they are a cut below price wise is that they are Route 66 cities, otherwise meaning motels/hotels up the kazoo! On occasion I've stayed at the Quality Inn in Durango, off season rates I found pretty reasonable. Summer rates well,,,, it's Durango!

All the amenities were fine by me. The only time I had a problem was in Flagstaff earlier this year at the Economy. The internet went down and I stayed an extra day against my wishes. But there was good reason for it. The night I stayed a March snowstorm totaling 42 inches descended on the area! Yuck-o!
all the quality inns ive seen in Texas have not been real nice like Odessa, Big Spring,Marble Falls, but ive never stayed at one.
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Old 07-13-2012, 08:31 AM
 
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I've had some good and some bad luck with Choice Hotels...... however I'm finding that I like the Best Western more. They are usually privately owned and they're not the cookie cutter type rooms that you typically get with Choice.
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Old 07-13-2012, 08:59 AM
 
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We have found the Choice Hotels to be very inconsistent. Before we'll stay in one, we take a look at the comments from past guests on sites like Yelp.
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