In town for Bears - Packers game. First time at a Best Western in a decade. Unimpressed. The staff will be able to identify me. Hotel security is deficient: (1) exterior door on second level does not lock, cannot lock. I mentioned it to Reception three times in the 36 hours that I was a guest. "We told Maintenance." (2) Reception writes guest's room number on the parking pass, which is a great way for persons of ill intent to track who might be in his/her room, who might be travelling alone, whose vehicle is out-of-state, etc.
Facility is old and tired. Room was musty and stale, but fortunately, the window opened, so the room could be aired out.
Small, coarse, thin bath towels.
Fitness center an afterthought: 2 treadmills, 1 elliptical, no free weights, no weight bench or exercise mats or balls, no scale, no mirrors.
Breakfast sufficient quality, quantity and variety: apples, bananas, oranges, yogurt, breads and muffins, waffles, hash browns, eggs, sausage.
I'm a frequent sleeper at a different family of hotels - where I stayed both the night before and the night after Green Bay Best Western. Vastly superior in cleanliness, freshness.
If it weren't for proximity to Lambeau Field, I would assign a "2" rating, rather than a "3". less