Ok, but pricey for the area.
16/04/2017 GrayMare42, Indianapolis North Suburb
We were visiting family in the area and spent 2 nights. 4 stars for hotel: Clean rooms & lobby, comfy bed, but sleeper sofa in our room was broken down in the middle plus no pillows, linens or blanket... more
We were visiting family in the area and spent 2 nights. 4 stars for hotel: Clean rooms & lobby, comfy bed, but sleeper sofa in our room was broken down in the middle plus no pillows, linens or blankets for it. Nice pool/jacuzzi area with handicap equipment, ok breakfast of microwaved sausage patties, biscuits (no gravy), waffle machine, apples and 3 day old bananas, toast, some pastries, juices and yogurt. No milk (lady was looking for some for her kids but breakfast attendant was sweeping the hallway floors..). Bad news: in the middle of nowhere ( except orange groves, cow pastures and land fills) and pricey for the area...no restaurants, bars, gas stations within walking distance, was a Walmart, a few fast food/pizza/strip mall eating places 5 minutes south, no decent sit down places. Beware: if you visit this area on Sundays the County is dry on Sundays meaning no alcohol sales of any kinds and most of the few restaurants close too. less
Noey S, General Manager, Best Western Heritage Inn and Suites at BEST WESTERN Heritage Inn & Suites, responded to this review
Thank you for taking the time and completing the review. We are glad that overall you enjoyed you stay, but it looks like you also experienced some inconveniences. We apologize for these and look forward to having you as our guest once again in the future.