Not an enjoyable or comfortable stay.
We stay at several motels throughout the year. This was by far the worst experience. Let's start with the odor, it was horrific, don't know what it was but it was geoss, the air was terrible, not a large enough unit or vents to keep it cool. We were supposed to be in a queen single and ended up in a double full, room was cramped hot and smelly with pieces of the wall and molding missing or falling off. I went to get online and after calling the desk found out that it cost to utilize their WIFI. I will never visit a motel 6 again because of this one room, spend the extra money and enjoy your evening.
The familiar sign promises economy, consistency and no surprises.. In Short Since 1962, travelers have enjoyed budget-friendly prices at Motel 6. The national chain (more than 800 locations in the U.S.) accommodates traveling families, as kids stay for free and complimentary coffee is available every morning. The rooms are simple--a TV on the dresser (free HBO and ESPN), data port for computer users and a basic bathroom--but at these prices, who needs a whirlpool?