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Sleep Inn University in El Paso, TX

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Enjoy a wealth of amenities at an affordable price when choosing the Sleep Inn University hotel in El Paso, Texas. We are off of Interstate 10, minutes from El Paso International Airport and in close proximity to the University of Texas at El Paso, Sunland Park Racetrack and Casino, the Bridge of the Americas and White Sands Missile Range. Relax in our inviting guest rooms that include expanded cable television channels, coffee makers, irons, ironing boards and hair dryers. Some rooms also have refrigerators and microwaves. Additional amenities include free wi-fi, a free hot breakfast, a free weekday newspaper and free local calls. Take care of business needs with copy and fax services and relax at our indoor heated pool. Make your reservation today at the Sleep InnUniversity hotel in El Paso, TX for a refreshing stay at an affordable price.

 

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Rating: 2.75

Address: 953 Sunland Park Dr., El Paso, TX, 79922

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    Comments (4):

    1. Carl P.
    Definitely not the worst I've experienced in el paso ( yelp.com/biz/artisan-hot… ) however also not the best In el Paso  ( yelp.com/biz/holiday-inn… ).
    I Stayed at this place, and the comfort inn across the parking lot a couple times. Both places rate about the same so ill include them both in this review. I find it interesting when places that claim to have their check in time at 3 PM check you in at 4:15 even when there are no other guests to be seen checking in. Also both the rooms they put me in were smokers rooms which normally I wouldn't mind, however I specifically asked for non smokers rooms. It seemed there had been a lot of water damage prior to my arrival seeing as there were leak marks all over the indoor and outdoor walls of the building. They are currently fixing this problem but during my latest visit about a month ago i walked in to my room and found the bathroom had not been cleaned in what looked like a month and there were no sheets/comforters/pillows on the beds. The receptionist and hotel manager were not helpful and barely acknowledged me as a human being the minute i walked through the doors. Chances are i wont stay here again especially with the previous treatment I've had across the street at the Holiday Inn.

    20/03/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    2. Dyanna P.
    I've been a Phoenician since 1998 but head home to West Texas several times a year to visit family.  I've always been able to stay at my brother's place, but when I went back this past weekend for my niece's baptism, I decided to stay at a hotel since my brother's in-laws were staying at his home.  The Sleep Inn was my home away from home away from home for three nights.

    This hotel is nice in that rooms are accessible through the lobby and not through the outside like many cheaper hotels and motels.  There's nothing really fancy about the hotel.  It isn't old but isn't new.  It's decorated as you would expect and, thanks to it being a humid weekend, smelled a bit musty.  The front desk staff were all friendly and accommodating, even after we asked for extra towels a few times.

    Our room was on the second floor and overlooked the parking lot.  The two double beds were very soft but not uncomfortably so, and each had four small-ish feather pillows.  The AC unit worked REALLY well and kept the room super cold - just as I like it.  One thing I didn't care for was the bathroom setup.  The vanity area wasn't enclosed along with the toilet and shower.  This wasn't a problem, but people who desire extra privacy should keep this in mind.  The toilet and shower were in a small "closet" with a sliding door.  Thankfully, the entire bathroom area was spotless.  Huge warning: the shower floor, while textured, was EXTREMELY slippery.  We ended up putting down an extra towel to stand on while in the shower.  This really helped.

    While we didn't take advantage, a free continental breakfast was provided daily, with extended hours on the weekend.  There's a little cafe area off the lobby with a few tables and chairs for guests to enjoy their breakfast.  Also in that area were vending machines, an ice machine, and a computer for guest use.  There's also a heated, indoor pool on the first level.

    All-in-all, this is a great little hotel and I would happily consider staying there again.

    21/07/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    3. Yelp I.
    After driving almost 2,000 miles we came across the Sleep Inn. Other reviews would lead you to believe this might not be one of the most unfortunate situations to find yourself in. From the shady parking lot to the stained carpets and comforters I can safely say just keep driving.

    05/01/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    4. Jake V.
    Me and my partner drove to El Paso from Dallas to visit his parents and stayed here July 3-7, 2013.
    At first I had issues with my credit card, but was able to use my father in laws points from Choice Hotels.  Given the circumstances, me and my partner were kind of stressed out, but the Front Desk Clerk, Sergio was VERY accommodating and sincere, and made our check in go as smooth as we could have wanted.
    We had booked a King Suite and upon entering the room we were both pleasantly surprised. The room was super clean and very spacious. The air conditioning worked well, which in the El Paso heat was a BIG plus! The only thing that was missing was an ashtray, which Sergio was quick to provide one.
    The heated indoor pool provided a nice relaxing place to escape the heat and chill out.
    The continental breakfast was plentyful and satisfying.
    The employees (Sergio, Veronica & Marisal) made our stay even more enjoyable. They were always friendly and didn't mind helping us when we asked.
    If you don't want to spend a fortune for a play to stay while in El Paso, I HIGHLY recommend Sleep Inn University.
    We are returning in December for Christmas and have already booked our room there!  

    TWO THUMBS UP!!!

    09/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0