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The hotel is located in Arizona's original capital city, across from Yavapai Community College. Founded in 1962 in Santa Barbara, California, the hotel chain is synonymous with great travel value. The first hotel in Santa Barbara still carries the torch today, but a lot has changed for the motel chain that pioneered the first real economy motel designed for the no-frills traveller. The air-conditioned hotel has a lobby and Internet access. Basic room amenities include an en suite bathroom with a shower and bath, hairdryer, double bed, direct dial telephone, satellite/cable TV, radio and wirele...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
WORST HOTEL EVER
Reviewed 5 august, 2021
I have stayed in 100s of hotels. I will spend $50 to $400 on them per night depending on my expectations. I may be the easiest person to make happy. This goes down as my worst experience by a landslide. The advertised pool was closed for covid. It had obviously not been cleaned for months. And just FYI, the 3 previous hotels I had stayed in that week all had their pools open. And will all get 5 stars from me. I picked it for the laundry option, as I was flying home the next day. It was $5 to wash and dry 1 load and they would only give me $1 in quarters so no doing laundry. There was a sign stating there would be no coffee for guests at this time. The clerk was smoking with a group of people outside the entrance when we pulled up and then gaveusalong speech about smoking 25 feet away from the building. They insisted on copying all adults id's to stay. I asked why and got a very disjointed answer about safety and fires or something. There was a person running through the lot with no shirt or shoes. I saw him several times poundingon doors and ducking into bushes. And the reason we finally packed up and left after 45 minutes was because the dead bolt was busted off the door and I had 2 young girls with me. The clerk says he called his manager and was told he could not refund my money. $56 wasn't worth my time and cost them this review. Don't stay here. I'll never give motel 6 another dime, and I spend a lot on motels/hotels.
Budget motel in Prescott, Arizona
Reviewed 18 february, 2021
The motel has free parking. They have vending and a laundry room. There is a swimming pool, but it was closed due to COVID-19. My check in went quickly. The rooms have outside entries. My room was poorly designed--you had to climb over the bed to get to the air conditioner and there was only a small space for doing paperwork. I got a good night's sleep. I did not receive my requested wake up call. My check out did go without difficulty.
Don't, just don't
Reviewed 23 january, 2021
This is the first time I've been disappointed in a Motel 6, and I've stayed at many in several states throughout the years. Very small rooms. Two outlets by desk area for tv, refrigerator (extra $$) and microwave (extra $$). Yep, one has to get unplugged in order to use another, or two if you want to plug in a phone or computer. Had to pull out middle night stand to find an outlet to charge cell phone. Splash molding falling off the wall in bathroom, laminate coming off desk area, one of the two double beds about 4 inches away from heating/cooling unit and the other up against the wall so you can only access the beds from the middle of the room. Amenities are minimal and that's a generous statement. If you have pets, the designated pet area is about 8' x 8', muddy and full of crap. The front desk lady was nice but you could tell she has no authority to make any decisions. I would have looked elsewhere we we're in the middle of a winter storm warning and had pets. Didn't have the time to look around. Stay elsewhere, learn from my mistake......
Prescott Motel 6
Reviewed 19 september, 2020
We stayed at Motel 6 last week for two nights and plan to stay again next time we are in town. Our rooms were clean and comfortable. Sheila at the front desk is awesome and made us feel welcome and let us know if we needed anything to let her know. She also was able to make some copies for me in the office when everything else in town was closed. That is great customer service in my experience. It was peaceful and quiet. We enjoyed our stay very much!
Motel 6 Prescott
Reviewed 7 september, 2020
My family had a great Labor Day weekend in Prescott this year,thanks Motel 6!The room was cleaner than I had expected and the staff was attentive and fulfilled our needs! The pool was unfortunately out of service but there was plenty of fun activities within walking distance. I'll come back on our next family adventure!