I’ve stayed with this property before, and they are still the newest and nicest property in town. Right now they have shut down breakfast and much of everything else shared because the virus is surging everywhere. The room quality was good, having a nice TV and a lot of space. The desk agents were courteous and prompt.
However, the building is built from the lowest grade materials, and it’s starting to collapse on them. The awning has leaked since they built the place and it’s now buckling in the middle and it’s going to fall in. They have cut the stucco back where it’s obvious that this thing was leaking the day the contractor left. It’s not very pretty right now.
In my room I noticed the door is crooked in it’s frame, and the night latch didn’t want to close. In the bath room the vanity is sagging and pulling away from the wall leaving a downhill situation on the dressing table. None of the doors on the outside of the building shut correctly. The whole thing looks like a paper maché structure even though it wasn’t intended to be. The owners are going to be burdened with cheap construction to the grave.
On the southeast corner of the building they have one tree that has turned into a bird sanctuary, and subsequently a non-stop source for bird potty. It’s guarding the mail box to keep any would-be mail thieves strictly away. I parked under it for just a couple minutes until I noticed what was going on, then quickly moved. There’s nothing that can be done to stop this, thus they should wake up and smell the bird potty and cut that tree down.
The appearance of the place is beginning to sag prematurely which is unfortunate. Right now it’s everything it’s supposed to be, but it’s not going to stay that way. I can recommend it because it’s the newest place in town, and I’ve had no trouble with them. But, when the awning over the entry is about to cave in over your head, it’s time to hide it, remove it, or fix it. The place would operate perfectly well if they would just take that awning off and throw it away and replace it with something canvas to keep guests dry.
If you need a place to stay in Comanche, this is still the best one. There isn’t much to eat in Comanche except fast food, and none of those are near this property. When this virus mess finally dissipates it’s time to offer the guest something for breakfast, because almost nobody else is. less