Comfortable, pleasant stay
21/11/2016 Cynthia K, Euless, Texas
We stopped in Clayton after a long day geocaching in the Texas panhandle before heading up to Colorado to visit friends and family for the holidays. We arrived fairly late in the evening. The gentle... more
We stopped in Clayton after a long day geocaching in the Texas panhandle before heading up to Colorado to visit friends and family for the holidays. We arrived fairly late in the evening. The gentleman checking me in was friendly and pleasant, with enough information for getting into the room and having breakfast in the morning, but not too much extra talk. I was pretty exhausted, and I'm sure I looked it, so it was a good call. I did notice the lobby was unusual, and had a number of southwestern themed items for sale - nice enough ones that I wouldn't have minded spending more time and money in there.
Room was comfortable for the four of us, and I was delighted to find a bath mat in the bathroom for the tub. I've got a bad ankle and bad knees, and slick bathtub floors are one of my terrors in hotels. A flat bottomed tub and a bath mat on top of that? I was extremely grateful.
Breakfast in the morning was small, but well stocked. We much appreciated the real eggs used, rather than powdered eggs, and the option to build my own breakfast burrito was much appreciated. My only quibble would have been to have more yogurt flavors available, as I'm not fond of blueberry, but that's just a personal preference.
This hotel was a delightful surprise in a small town, and will definitely put Clayton on our preferred stops on our trips to Colorado in future. less