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Opinión escrita el 28 de Mayo de 2014
Eleji Pecos, porque el nombre era bonito y porque era un punto intermedio para dormir entre San Antonio TX y las grutas de Carlsbad en Nuevo Mexico, En una ciudad pequeña, prescindible y muy muy cara pues es un punto de cruce de camiones. Solo te ofrecen dormir y un café aguado por 80/90 $ pero las alternativas de la ciudad son casi el doble de caras. Si puedes dormir en otra ciudad no te quedes aqui.
Juan Antonio M
Hotel 6 Pecos TX : NO!!!
Opinión escrita el 22 de Febrero de 2019
Hotel 6 Pecos TX: NO!!! Step up to 2nd floors is cracked. When we got to our room my wife immediately began to suspect that this Hotel 6 rented by the hour, not the night. There was no closet, no refrigerator, no coffees maker, only one miniscule bar of soap in the bathroom. There was hot water only after we had run the water for about an hour. So all the water people travelling are advised in other hotels to save by reusing towels went down the drain here. Speaking on towels, there were no washcloths, the towels were a dirty grey. There was a depression in the bathroom wall where a box of Kleenex might once have been, but there was no box of Kleenex now. Maybe a previous guest had taken it as a trophy and momento of a stay here. There was a bed, but I'd advise travelers to bring their own pillows if they stay here. For any reason. Finally, this Hotel 6 (in Pecos TX, remember) seems to take no pride in the grounds on while it sits. The area are it looks like a garbage dump it's so littered with trash. We have stayed at many Motel 6s over the years, but never have seen one is this extremely poor condition. For $110?
The Motel 6 that should be kicked out of the chain
Opinión escrita el 11 de Decembre de 2018
This is a horrible Motel 6. Apparently, the boom in the oilfield has given them an excuse not to care. The room was dirty; so dirty that your feet get muddy if you don’t wear your shoes. The towels were light gray when they should have been white. Towels and sheets were threadbare.
There were undone routine maintenance issues everywhere you looked.
This is one of the Motel 6 properties that gives the chain a bad name. There are others that are great, like the one in Douglas AZ, but this one is terrible.
Paradise found in Pecos oil boom days
Opinión escrita el 3 de Octubre de 2018
WOW if you want to know how it must have felt to be a tourist during the California Gold Rush days, go to Pecos, TX., during their on-going oil boom days. Unbelievable traffic jams, but with really huge trucks of all types hauling heavy equipment, fast-food joints and motels crammed with worn-out oil-rig workers. Fracking oil fields my friends. We stopped at several motels and finally found a vacancy, but tthey wanted $249/night/king. We were advised to travel further east to Midland where it was cheaper. On our way out, we drove thru lot to Motel 6 next door. just in case. Boy, were we so very, very lucky to find a room at this clean, friendly Motel 6 for $108, king room. The reception lady was a treat. It's a weathered motel, but clean, relatively quiet - remember I mentioned oil riggers. We'd go again. But we'd call first.
Not sure a roach would stay here
Opinión escrita el 18 de Septiembre de 2018
This is the nastiest place I have ever seen. The room smelled like smoke when you opened the door. The bathroom was the nastiest bathroom I've ever seen . Pretty sure a portajohn is cleaner. The shower looked like it had not been cleaned in years. The toilet had so much crap, and I'm sure that's what it was, around the rim. The sheets on the bed were a dingy cream color from years of use I'm sure. Beware if you consider staying here, I would not even rate it a 1, but had to. This Motel 6 needs to turn the lights off permanently.