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Offering an outdoor pool and free WiFi access, OYO Hotel Wade Fayetteville I 95 South is located in Wade, North Carolina. Interstate 95 is 281 m away from the motel. A cable TV and a seating area are featured in all motel rooms. A microwave, small refrigerator, and coffee machine are also included. A 24-hour front desk and a bar are offered at the OYO Hotel Wade Fayetteville I 95 South. Laundry facilities and free on-site parking are available for added convenience. Guests can visit the onsite restaurant and onsite bar. OYO Hotel Wade Fayetteville I 95 South is 5 minutes' drive from Eastover B...More details
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RUN!!! Don’t stay here with your family!
Reviewed 26 september, 2020
First of all - the place looks like long term apartments. Trashy. Trash still left on the floor of our room. Room smelled overwhelming like air freshener. The pool is brown and unkept unlike the pictures posted on their website. The hotel sits right on the highway so there is lot of noise. People “living” there don’t care about your family - they holler at you from across the walkway as if they are day drunk already. It’s $25 to check in early even if your 30 min early. Hand written signs plastered all over the lobby - nobody in a uniform so you don’t really know who works there and who’s a resident. We left after 26 minutes. Feel completely dirty just standing in the room. PAY THE EXTRA $$ to upgrade to a different hotel!!
Reviewed 29 november, 2019
We booked this on a last minute trip . It was a Black Friday deal for $29 a night I didn’t have high hopes for this place because of the reviews. I was skeptical at first because there was no signs. The lobby furniture definitely needs replacement . The check in staff was quite pleasant . The bar and grill was closed so I guess the shady crowd was gone . The rooms were very clean with a big screen TV, fridge and microwave. The linens were clean. Overall I can’t complain I would stay there again.
1st and last stay for me!
Reviewed 25 november, 2019
Arrived just after dark to find a somewhat unmarked, no actual signage hotel. Assumed it was the right place as it and a convenience store were the only thing at this very dark exit. 1st impression was to be sure and lock my car doors as I checked in! Lobby was run down, cluttered, and attached was a "honky tonk" bar of sorts with 1 customer and a bad country musician. There was 1 customer at counter and I assumed as I waited the confused looking clerk was helping him. I was wrong, after 10 min's the young man gave up trying whatever he was doing and helped the other customer. That customer was apparently on some type of weekly stay, and paying each night. It took about 10 min's or more but the confused clerk finally helped me...20 min's after I arrived! I told clerk I did not want to stay any longer, I didn't feel safe, but clerk was unable to cancel my 3rd party reservation. Clerk told me I had to pay a $100 deposit. Huh? He actually ran two charges, one for my room, another for my deposit. NOT A HOLD, he charged me. I am still awaiting a refund, better come soon. I had no choice but to stay. 35 min's after arrival (having driven 12 hours) I finally was checked in. Had to ask clerk fro my ID back, and also for my room key. Clerk was slow, confused, may have been new and unprepared to work alone. If that's the case, shame on mgmt/owner. Room was old but well maintained no supplemental lock on door. Main key lock only. Room was acceptably clean, but will NEVER stay again.
Absolutely HORRIFIC EXPERIENCE
Reviewed 25 october, 2019
Manager Petra Salinas FLAT OUT LIED to me TWICE when telling me I would receive half the room price as a credit (should have been $35) after my horrible experience THEN LIED when saying she credited my card $30.....my bank confirmed ALL LIES!!!! AWFUL MANAGER.... she then REFUSED to give me her bosses information so I could follow up with him. I have no idea how she has a job, LET ALONE MANAGERIAL!!!!!!! Owner Rick Patel should be ABSOLUTELY EMBARRASSED TO HAVE SUCH A TERRIBLE EMPLOYEE........
The best of times, the worst of times
Reviewed 29 july, 2019
There’s a lot to recommend this motel and a lot to make a traveler keep on driving. Starting with the positives: It’s inexpensive, bug-free, nicely situated between Raleigh and Fayetteville, with ample hot, hot water, cold, cold air conditioning, a big flat screen TV and speedy free WiFi. The bed was firm and comfortable, and there was a refrigerator and microwave! So if you’re not traveling alone, or don’t have the trappings of a potential crime victim— flashy staff— and need a good spot when the other places are full, this is a good spot for you. Bring your own under-the-door lock and cell phone with alarm and you’ll be fine. Now the negatives— we arrived late on a Friday night to find the parking lot full of people, folks playing pool in the bar and grill (the registration desk was at the bar entrance) and shady-looking characters congregating in and around their trucks and cars. Our room was on the second floor, up an outer stairway (no curb cut for our rolling bag, nor elevator). There was a big divit in the floor, covered by worn indoor-outdoor carpeting, that did not send me tripping over the rail onto the concrete below, but then, happily I was stone cold sober. Navigate at your own risk if you’ve visited the bar first is my advice. Inside the room we found freshly painted walls and reading lights for each side of the king sized bed— nice— but the door’s security latch was nonfunctional. Seriously, it had both sections— but they were not even close to being lined up so it could not latch. Holes were drilled for proper setting, and I asked for a screwdriver so I could fix the *%$# thing myself, but it was never delivered. The alarm clock was plugged in but did not work. The first morning a person with a badge appeared at the door and asked to check for a water leak (though there was no water on our floor), which I have read is a common scam for gaining entry fr nefarious purposes. I took my chances and let her in, she checked the bathroom floor and left without murdering me or stealing my blood pressure medicine, the only drugs in the bathroom. I did not ascertain with the front desk whether that visit was legit, but could see incidents like that being worrisome to more nervous travelers. Hey front desk, how about calling ahead in those instances? Things were fairly quintet at night— one group of noisy kids walked by our room, and one night someone was pounding on the door next to ours loudly enough to awaken me. The housekeeper the first day made the bed and delivered fresh towels; the second day she delivered towels, didn’t replenish the coffee maker, and didn’t wipe counter tops— no big deal but we had planned on the coffee and didn’t discover the oversight until it was too late to correct it. In balance, the place was fine for our needs and great for our budget. But I wouldn’t recommend it for young women traveling alone, vulnerable senior citizens or light sleepers. The pool looked nice, BTW, but we did not try it out so I can’t comment on that.