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This lovely hotel is located in Downtown. The accomodation comprises a total of 138 snug guest rooms. Those who stay at this establishment may take advantage of the Wi-Fi connection on public areas at Ashmore Inn Amarillo. The reception desk is open all day long. The premises offer accessible public areas. Additionally, a car park is available on the premises for guests' extra convenience. Additional fees may apply for some services.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Business Facilities / FacilitiesSe aplican medidas de distanciamiento social
Wellness facilitiesPets allowed (free)
Reviewed 27 october, 2021
Have stayed here many times over the past ten years but covid has clearly taken its too. Keys to outside doors work on about 25th swipe, when we eventually got in the room it was cramped and as a King suite was pretty dismal. The kitchenette had a mouldy fridge that was not switched on, one fork, one knife, two mugs and two bowls. It did have some saucepans but what you are meant to do with them is a mystery as there is no cook top. Keurig did not work well, probably needs cleaning, toilet sounded like concorde was taking off in the bathroom, plug ins by bedside worked intermittently. Breakfast used to be eggs, sausages and all the trimmings, now a few tired bagels and coloured cheerios. Sorry Ashmore, it was good whilst it lasted but we will look elsewhere next year.
One night stay, east bound & down.
Reviewed 3 october, 2021
One night stay on a long journey. Hotel was fairly easy to get to once you figure out Amarillo's traffic pattern and U-turns. Plenty of parking, check-in was easy but no one (staff or guests) was wearing a mask despite Texas' high covid transmission rate at the time. Despite that, staff were pleasant enough. Room was decent-sized, clean, with a king-sized bed. Bed was comfortable, HVAC worked well, and the room could be made dark for sleeping. Fridge, TV, and wifi worked well. Plenty of outlets for charging stuff. We left very early in the a.m. so we did not sample the breakfast.
Reviewed 27 august, 2021
-PROS- - beautiful - massive - super long the shining/poltergeist hallways - sink outside of bathroom - pretty nice view of a large pond from our window -CONS- - thinnest 1 ply toilet paper ever The toilet paper here completely baffled us. It was the thinnest 1 ply toilet paper we have ever seen/used. They do understand that this will only make us use like 5 times more than we probably would have used of decent 2 ply toilet paper due to paranoia, right?
Dated hotel furnishings and bed against the wall.
Reviewed 29 march, 2021
First the good things: Nice price, next to Cracker Barrel restaurant, and nice desk staff. Now the not so good things: The AC had to be rebooted by unplugging and plugging it in. Secondly, the left side of the King bed has no more than 12 to 16 inch space between the bed and the wall. The TV remote was stuck on one channel (hitting the EXIT button helped), The sheer curtain was shredded. Not hot water but lukewarm. They had a sign requiring masks, which we did, but other than the hotel staff only one other guest wore his.
A Rest Stop on a Three Week Drive
Reviewed 20 january, 2021
Coming from Flagstaff and needed a place for the night as the weather was coming. This hotel looked reasonable for rooms and price. Check-in was easy and the staff friendly. The room was spacious and comfortable. The only negative was no hot breakfast. Staying in eight different hotels, all about the same price range, and same comfort, I will check to see if there is a hot breakfast available vice pre-packaged items.