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Now offering free High-Speed Internet Access in all rooms.Located just off Interstate 40 in the largest city between Oklahoma and New Mexico, the La Quinta Inn Amarillo Mid-City Hotel is convenient to the Texas cities of Canyon, Hereford, Borger, and Pampa. From here, it's easy to reach Palo Duro Canyon State Park for hiking, biking, and horseback riding. Enjoy family fun at Wonderland Amusement Park and Splash Water Park. It is only a short walk to the American Quarter horse Museum. The Panhandle Plains Historic Museum at West Texas AM University is a short drive. And don't forget the sports ...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Wellness facilitiesBe sure to enjoy recreational amenities including an outdoor pool and a fitness center. This apartment also features complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.
Business Facilities / FacilitiesRecibe los cuidados que te mereces gracias al servicio de masajes o aprovecha instalaciones recreativas como una piscina al aire libre y muchas más. Otros servicios de este albergue incluyen conexión
Reviewed 2 january, 2022
Bad experience at this hotel rude staff when I first came in I had 2 rooms reserved they couldn’t give me the 2 rooms I asked for so I took whatever. When I got to 1 room it was dirty, pizza boxes everywhere dog bowl on the ground and trash out front and beds not made. The second room no remote to the tv and the rude lady in the front said she didn’t have one worst room experience I had through windham
I can't give it a star
Reviewed 29 december, 2021
I can't give it a star. I have never been in such a disgusting and dirty hotel. As others have reviewed, it's the worst hotel I've ever stayed in. Unfriendly front desk, dirty and smelly rooms. The stairs are full of garbage. No elevator, so it's hard to go up the stairs with lots of luggage. Of course, the front desk does not show any willingness to help. Worst. In reply to another reviewer's review, the hotel says they will improve, but they haven't at all. Better to sleep outside if you want to stay here. I don't want to pay a dollar for this hotel. Do not stay here at all. I stayed at the La Quinta Inn in various places several times during this trip. Except for this hotel, it was clean and I think the rooms are spacious, not bad. This review is about the La Quinta Inn by Wyndham Amarillo Mid-City. I was thinking "I will use La Quinta Inn again" until I stayed at this hotel. But from now on I will not be using La Quinta Inn. That's how intense the "La Quinta Inn by Wyndham Amarillo Mid-City" was. If the quality varies so much from place to place
Worn out property.
Reviewed 27 december, 2021
Room was very worn out. Some electrical outlets were missing covers and one of the bed lamps was not able to be plugged in unless you unplugged the clock radio. The overall condition of the hotel was "worn out and weary". When a traveler gets to a hotel, he is usually "worn out and weary" and expecting to be refreshed. Hard to do when your room is not nice.
Reviewed 23 december, 2021
Dirty, cockroaches, no hot water, broken smoke alarm. Totally nasty!!😝 The staff barely spoke English, key cards didn't work, maintenance staff was parked right in front of our room blowing leaves all over our car and had to wait to unload our luggage!😈😠😡
Don’t Stay Here
Reviewed 8 december, 2021
This hotel was the nastiest place we’ve ever stayed, and we are not that picky! The property is in really bad shape and it’s hard to believe they’re allowed to be open as a business for the traveling public - they’re surely breaking numerous health and safety codes. We reported our concerns to the management on-duty, both the night we checked in and the next morning when we departed. At least both MoDs were apologetic and took some action to assist. Some of the many issues: Housekeeping in room — bathroom tub was dirty, carpet appeared un-vacuumed, trash can had trash remaining from past guests, bed clothes appeared slept in / unchanged from past guests and had blood stains and cigarette burns; cobwebs, roaches and other bugs were present. Additional issues in the room included the smoke detector chirping (until Mgt came and replaced the battery) and the shower changing unexpectedly from cold to hot (no temperature regulator in place to prevent scalding). The property itself was unkempt and there was trash all over the parking lot. The concrete curbs and walkways in front of the rooms were disintegrating and posed slipping/tripping hazards; the ice machine in the vending area looked dirty and moldy. Place should not use the La Quinta name or be associated with Wyndham in any way.
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