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La Quinta Inn Savannah I-95 in Savannah, GA

La Quinta Inn Savannah I-95 in Savannah, GA


Now offering FREE High-Speed Internet Access in ALL rooms.  The  Laquinta Inn Savannah I-95 is located directly off the interstate with quick and convenient access to the downtown Historic Riverstreet area, Tybee Island/Savannah Beach, Armstrong State University, SCAD & Savannah Sate. Convenient to Hunter and Ft Stewart Bases.   NEW! Flat-panel TVs with 30 channels of HD programming. Easy-access Plug-and-Play feature makes it simple to connect electronics.


Company Info:

Rating: 2.90

Address: 6 Gateway Blvd South, Savannah, GA, 31419
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Comments (21):

1. Rosemary L.
Clean, comfortable beds, and cheap. A great option when headed through Savannah on I-95.

26/10/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. T.H. J.
Not the best La Quinta I have stayed  at, but above adequate, for sure.

04/04/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Jan M.
New property just off I-95 was a wonderful stop on my trip south.  Beautiful room with a flat screen TV, nice business center to check email and a decent breakfast.  Highly recommended if you are in the Savannah area.

25/02/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. dan s.
MOLD FOUND ON WALLS! LAYERS OF DUST! STAINS EVERYWHERE!  HAIRS EVERYWHERE! PUBIC HAIR ON TOILET!  BUGS!  SPIDER WEBS EVERYWHERE! I was going to stay in this La Quinta on my drive down to Florida because they are pet friendly and I have a dog.  It is a shady place with people hanging all around staring at you.  The door to the room took a lot to close and the lock seemed to be ready to break.  I don't feel the curtains blocked everything from the outside.  Furniture was all torn up, lamp shade shredded, all fixtures were old and nasty (o except TV which was fine).  My dog, who calms down quick, wouldn't stop growling towards the door because of the people outside.  My room was clearly not properly cleaned and I can only imagine what it would look like under a black light.  I rarely complain but I felt an OBLIGATION to since I feel people put their own health at risk staying here.  This is NO exaggeration whatsoever.  I had a choice - stay at the hotel overnight or continue driving at 9pm for another 7 hours after being on the road for 18 hours already.  The room was so bad I decided to drink 2 energy drinks and drive...  PLEASE do not stay here and keep this place in business.

27/10/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
5. Hannah R.
For the price this place has to be the best value in savannah. The linens were really clean and the bed was comfortable. Flat screen tv was nice. Two out of four of our lamps didn't work. Shower backed up a little while showering but overall for the price it got the job done. Clean and comfy!!

17/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Beverly S.
We stop there on average of once or twice a year because they accept pets.  Had the same room twice in a row, and managed to rip my pants on a nail sticking out of the desk which I had reported the visit before.  Not the greatest place, but it works for us.

27/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
7. Chad C.
Typical interstate hotel.  Inexpensive and very friendly staff.  Checkin was quick and breakfast decent.   Great stopping point from S. Florida.

29/12/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
8. Jennifer H.
Horrible plumbing!
Sink backed up with DISCUSTING unidentifable GUNK.
Had to find my own Drano and staff said there is no maintenance crew on weekends.: no maintenance  on duty over weekend! Really?   What!  ARE YOU KIDDING ME???


09/09/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
9. Hector F.
Just stayed there one night on my way from Florida to NY.  I was very happy.  Room smelled great.  Towels were clean and soft.  Very rare. Sheets and bed were very very clean.  I actually walked barefoot.  i would reccomend this place to anyone.  I have paid more for rooms in other places and not even close to the comfort here.  Breakfast included.  Staff very nice.

24/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
10. Joseph L.
What the hell happened to this place? It used to be the best place  in the Savannah area to stay. They got a new GM . It was so bad I left 3 days early . First the a/c was so dirty that it would not blow cold air YUK. Then the nasty Pool had a ring around it from non cleaning for months . I go to the lobby in the am I see pancake batter all over the floor .
         I call the front desk and it rings for 20 times no answer then the internet went out and sure I could use my wireless card but, why should I at a Hotel? LQ fire the DAMM GM its so sad this place was fantastic last July. And one other thing I was checking out a lady came to the front desk and she said" What is the refund policy?" She said I am not here to have sex I am here for a family reunion!!!"
           What does that tell you? Next thing you know the rates will be by the hour?

22/07/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
11. Sibila R.
Room smelled like smoke. The cleaning staff was puffing up smoke while cleaning the rooms in the morning. There is no elevator to the second floor. There was also no management staff available. In spite of this bad experience the lady in the front desk, Jessica, was very pleasant, understanding, and accommodating.

I would give it one star if it weren't for Jessica at the front desk.

06/01/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
12. Bob C.
We have found that the La Quinta Inns are a great stop over point for our family. Great value, low prices, and they allow pets.
This one was no exception.  I paid about $50.00 for this stay with my family and doggies.

It was clean and basic.  We were able to pull right up to the door and unload our stuff.
Not spacious enough for many nights

Also was able to order pizza from a local dominoes and they went strait to bed after driving 16 hours.
Slept great and left the next morning.

The only complaint was that the plugs did not work right so some of our electronic devices didn't charge.

We didn't bother with the breakfast.

02/09/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
13. Craig A.
Dirtiest place on earth! The first two rooms we were given had pubic hair on the bathroom floor and piss stains on the toilet seat. After getting two more rooms assigned they too were filthy. There were old towels on the floor in the bathroom and old paper towels on the floor in the main area. The weird thing was is that old people kept checking in like a scene from cacoon and they all had pets. If I could give less than 1 start I would. Never again!

14/04/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
14. Erin K.
Excellent value for the price. Super comfy bed with new tv and clean bedding and linens. Our fully loaded truck and trailer were perfectly safe in a well lit parking lot.

02/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
15. D L.
Very nice room. Comfortable, clean and spacey HOWEVER my experience with hotels that have the door facing the street outside is never a quiet place to stay. Why are there people outside talking, arguing and banging things? The Quality Inn has one lobby entrance to the rooms.... If people stand around outside your door making noises-the front desk actually will do something about it.

25/01/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
16. Amy D.
We stayed here for 2 nights while passing through the Savannah area. Overall, if passing through town again, we would stay here again.

Pro's= really comfortable & clean bed, great pricing, new flat screen tv, really friendly staff/housekeeping, free wifi, clean although dated/worn, convienent to restaurants/gas/grocery stores.

Con's= dated/worn furnishings, a bit of a drive to the historic district

12/10/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
17. Joseph C.
Clean and quiet stay.  Staff very helpful and courteous.  Breakfast was a little sparse but had the typical cereal and waffles.  No oatmeal or yogurt though.  Not bad for a single night stay.

21/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
18. JR C.
I've been in a lot of crappy, roadside motels, but this one was the worst.  When I arrived, there was no attention paid to me by the desk workers, not even an acknowledgement.  They were involved with other patrons and very silly matters, and while I don't want them to drop what they're doing, simply looking up at me and acknowledging that I exist and that they'll be with me in a minute isn't something I'd consider to be asking a lot, at least in a customer service context.  Once I was finally acknowledged, I requested to be put in a quiet area of the hotel, as I had an exam the next morning, and needed a serious night's sleep.  I was assured that there were no other people staying near my room, and that the back corner was very quiet.  Unfortunately, I could hear the neighbors that weren't supposed to be there, smoking and coughing all night long.

When I entered my room, I was expecting something relatively nice, just based on the La Quinta marketing that I've seen recently.  Walking in, I could smell mold, and the room was small and very dark.  The fixtures in the room looked very old, the air conditioning unit was loud and banged every could minutes, and the drapes barely covered the entire window.  The light switches are in odd locations, and they're tough to find in the dark, and even with all the lights on, it was still very dark in the room.  Studying was impossible with the 'desk' they provide, and the desk chair was both very uncomfortable and squeezed in between the bed and desk so tightly that I gave up after 15 minutes.

I finally give up studying on the bed, and try to go to sleep, and again, all I can hear is someone coughing incessantly.  I struggle through sleep, and wake up feeling awful the next morning.  When I get in the shower, I'm greeted with moldy walls and a bathroom fan that sounds like the bearings went out during the Carter Administration.  At least the water was hot.

Check-out was no better than check-in, and the desk worker was too busy worrying about whether her cart had enough muffins on it (she was taking them off the breakfast bar and putting them elsewhere).  When I could finally get her attention to drop off my key card, she barely acknowledged me, and pretty much just took the card, printed the receipt, threw it on the counter, and walked away.  I looked at breakfast, but nothing looked particularly appetizing, so I grabbed a cup of juice and headed to Dunkin' Donuts.  

My experience here may be atypical, and maybe I have high standards that aren't met by a $60/night motel, but based on La Quinta's constant marketing, and portrayal of their rooms and features, I have to throw the flag.  It's poorly run, poorly equipped, and really needs to be knocked down and rebuilt.  Oh, and the wifi is unusable.

15/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
19. Bernie M.
DO NOT GO HERE.  If I could give zero stars I would.  This place is disgusting inside and outside.  I should have known that the room was going to be awful by the looks of the lobby.  The carpet had not been vacuumed. There were nail clippings on the floor.  There was hair on the pillow case.  The mattress had a huge stain that looked like blood that could be seen through the sheet.  A wastebasket was half filled with water.(not sure why).  I immediately went back to the lobby, got a refund and left.  Nasty place.

28/12/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
20. Androcat T.
Stayed one night in room 236, $60, pet stayed free.  Two queen bed room, small room. After placing all our stuff in the room, we noticed the 2'X2' hole in the wall.  Tried to slide the desk over a few inches to fit our pet carrier on top.  One desk leg was broken and fell off; it had just been placed there to look like  everything was normal.  When notifying desk clerk, was told a biker convention was in town the previous weekend and caused a lot of damage brawling. Work  order had been placed but not completed. We were not advised of this  damaged room prior to check in.  Shower /bathroom is very small.  If your are over 6' or large, this probably will not suit you.  Room was fairly clean, not to my standards, the whole property needs updating and better maintenance.

On the positive side, all three desk clerks we had contact with were pleasant.  The beds  were comfy.  We were on the  off street  side of the hotel and it was  quiet.

Can't expect much for $60.  I understand this is an older property; renting the damaged room is not acceptable and even older property should be cleaned to a higher standard. We were just too tired to move after driving 11 hours in a moving truck.

29/03/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
21. Carolina P.
$55 for 3 people in room 130.

No complaints. Its not a Hilton and you get what you pay for man. Clean towels, free wifi. Don't complain its not 100mbps fast like at your house. Surprisingly quiet as it's right next to I-95. Parking is right outside your room door. Lady at late check-in was so sweet. Room isn't that clean, so I suggest you wear flip flops. Nice flat screen Sony TV with free movie channels. Breakfast included waffles with syrup, boiled eggs, 2 types of cereal, apple or orange juice, oatmeal, different types of coffee, apples, bananas, yoplait yogurt.

31/10/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0