Quick summary: clean, comfortable room. Friendly, professional service. Good location for visiting Badlands.
We stayed for four nights in room 240, which is a family room with two separate bedrooms. This was a courtesy as our room type request was lost in the system.
One room has a king bed; the other two queens. The bathroom area connects the two without a door, maybe good for a family, but not for groups that might want a little privacy.
Beds are comfortable. Each bed has four poly fill pillows -- some find them comfortable enough, but this is why my husband travels with his own down pillows.
The usual good stuff you expect at Best Western: coffee maker (no tea), fridge, microwave, iron and board. No in-room safe.
Large three drawer chest and armoire in the room with the king bed. Table and chairs. Flat screen TV has lots of good cable channels.
Good number of plugs for charging you device. Complimentary wifi mostly works well, but had some dropped connections (might be a Wall issue, not a hotel issue,)
Sink area has a large vanity to spread out with your things. Separate tiled tub/shower and toilet area. Shampoo supplied, but no conditioner, bath gel, or lotion.
Breakfast was pretty good with scrambled eggs and sausage, yogurt, pastries and breads, juices, cereals, make-yourself pancakes. No fresh fruit to speak of.
Indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
Easy access to visiting Badlands national park, and the interstate.
This was a nice stay, but due diligence:
* not a fault of the hotel, but Wall's water has an off taste. Not awful (as in some visits in Ohio) but I recommend that you plan on buying bottled water to put in your fridge for something better to drink than the tap water. Don't even think of ordering iced tea at a local restaurant.
* this particular room sits over the hotel 's hot water heater, which made it difficult to get a cold drink of water, even after running a long time. Other rooms should be better.
*. There aren't enough tables in the breakfast area when the hotel is fairly full. I saw some bringing it back to their rooms. There are additional tables in the pool area and outside door, but who wants to smell chlorine or sit in a parking lot at breakfast?
So -- it was a good stay, but not quite five dots. less