Nice inexpensive hotel close to historic downtown
18/11/2017 lonestarlizard, Austin, Texas
We chose this BW over the other BW on the north side of Nacogdoches pretty much on a coin toss. It turned out to be a nice property. We were checked in by a pleasant young man who also gave us some su... more
We chose this BW over the other BW on the north side of Nacogdoches pretty much on a coin toss. It turned out to be a nice property. We were checked in by a pleasant young man who also gave us some suggestions for dinner that night.
Our room, 228, was on the upper floor toward the back of the building, away from the road. It was clean and quiet and there were no problems encountered. There are ice machines on both levels which is nice; hate having to go down and up the stairs to fetch a bucket of ice. The bed was comfortable and while the room wasn't overly large, there was enough room to move about. The microwave, refrigerator and TV worked fine and we liked the quietness of the room.
Breakfast on the two days we stayed was basic BW in a somewhat small dining area. There are 4 square tables, each with three chairs and a six stool rectangular table. So, there is seating for only 18 guests although we never saw it crowded. There is more space, if necessary, to sit in the much larger lobby. The breakfast items, as mentioned, were standard fare and there was enough left for us when we arrived around 9 AM in the morning. We did have to ask for more pepper packages once and the coffee pump carafes were empty on the second morning.
The check-out process was easy and handled professionally by another friendly young gentleman. Overall, this is a nicely renovated older property and the staff are generally friendly and professional. I would definitely stay here again when we visit Nacogdoches again. less
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