In a pinch, ok...BUT I would look elsewhere
Reviewed 11 October, 2021
We won't be staying at the Commodores Inn again. Check in was odd, chiefly because the front desk person (no mask, it's still a pandemic) was coughing all over the place and didn't seem too worried that she was handing us our keys, paperwork to sign, etc. Grant it, there was a partial glass partition but no way should she have been the first person you meet in the hotel. It was apparent that she felt the same way. I get that businesses are working with skeleton staffs right now, but still. Making your first time guests feel a tiny bit welcome would have gone A LONG WAY here.
The hotel room was spacious, had a coffee maker and a refrigerator and was very quiet. I heard that there is a nice restaurant and indoor and outdoor pools on the property. That being said, the guest rooms need an overhaul. Everything is very dated, overused and the water pressure for the shower is non existent.
During check out, the front desk person refused to print an invoice for us, saying, 'You got a copy of your invoice when you checked in, why can't you use that?" and was argumentative when asked again for a copy of the final invoice. They need to do better.
Sorry, Commodores. I wanted to like you but three strikes and you are all the way out.
Reviewed 2 September, 2021
We stayed here on the 16th 8/16/21. Tgere was limited staff. Very pleasant. The room was very clean and comfortable. The restaraunt was not open, but tge staff durected us to a great place fir breakfast on Tue. The price was only $10more than our stay 2 years ago.
Shabby, unkept, rundown
Reviewed 15 August, 2021
We were greeted by the owners and from then on it was downhill. Our room had stained carpets, rusted radiator in bathroom, black mold on the ceiling, wallpaper was peeling and painted over in spots. If that wasn’t enough the water turned brown. The explanation was it was rainy weather. They had replaced the tub units which I think they thought constituted renovation. The restaurant, bar, and indoor pool closed. The staff spent their time out behind the hotel smoking and on their phones.
Don’t waste your money on this old, rundown, unkept hotel.
Not Accommodating Inn
Reviewed 23 June, 2021
Stowe is a great town --- which is the exact opposite of the Commodores Inn. The website advertised an indoor and outdoor pool, a restaurant bar and grill. What it did have was a pond out back that made the flies and mosquitos jump and flock over all or any guests sitting outside. The outdoor pool was full of algae and hadn't been clean in awhile. The indoor pool and sauna that was advertised as open was closed. The Restaurant bar and grill that was advertised on their website was also closed. The rooms were super hot, with mattresses that were super lumpy. The blanket and bedspreads had cigarette holes in them. And on the second floor they had a community vacuum for the guests to use to clean up their own rooms. What made the whole experience even worse is the indifferent staff. No empathy for the pool or restaurant being closed, no care when we notified them that the soda machine had the wrong sodas in the wrong spaces. Don't Stay if you can. If you do stay. hopefully you will meet Will. He was the only good thing about this hotel. He cares - unfortunately we met him on our way out.
Many rooms moldy
Reviewed 27 May, 2021
Hi, Bruce the owner is great, but he isn't entirely keeping the State sending drug-adducted folks in tho wishes it to be family friendly. We need Jesus. For all the Hebrew and Christians out there you better believe how serious this is: there is mold and while I was allowed to switch rooms to one with the fan working, it was left in the hall for awhile cut from ceiling, center of building. My second room has a serious leak every Winter/Spring. It was a journey worth taking but I wouldn't advise getting on sinking ships, filled with smoke and unmasked dogs.