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Microtel Inn & Suites in Fort Worth, TX

Microtel Inn & Suites in Fort Worth, TX

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Company Info:

Rating: 2.67

Address: 3760 Tanacross Dr, Fort Worth, TX, 76137

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    Comments (12):

    1. Laurel S.
    My dad wanted to come with my husband and I to Texas to visit and look at potential houses. He made travel arrangements on Expedia, not really knowing where hotels were placed in accordance to everything else.

    We got to the motel after a long flight and driving from the airport. We are greeted half heartedly by a man who had a thick Hindu accent. We were told our reservation was no received, even though we had confirmation from them and even printed out the confirmation itself (good thinking Dad). So we're checked in after 30 minutes, which was ridiculous. We then headed to the elevator, which looked like it was haphazardly installed into the hotel, and even though we were staying on the 2nd floor, made note of the sign taped to the inside of the elevator doors warning those who were staying on the 3rd floor that there was a broken tile and to not trip...nice.

    The hallways were hot and stuffy, absolutely no attempt at ventilation was apparent. The room was small and cramped. There were two beds, an armoire, a desk and a rolling computer chair with some sort of brownish-yellow stain on the seat. There was a tiny TV on the desk and the room looked like there was too much furniture. Oh, did I mention the oh-so-classy tinted mirror on the wall where the headboards were? Very 70/80's "bow chicka wow wow"...yuck.

    The worst thing? They have a "tech center" which is comprised of ONE (yes one) computer, which was occupied ALL. THE. TIME. I literally went to see if it was available 5 times in one day to print out our boarding passes to go home only to finally be able to print them out at 10pm after the two people who had been hogging the damn thing all day decided to give it a rest. When I went to the desk to ask if I could possibly use another computer to print the boarding passes, I was told "Just tell them to leave" WTF??

    The "breakfast" consists of week-old cereal (corn flakes), stale muffins, and coffee.

    Don't stay here...you WILL regret it.

    26/05/09 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    2. Craig S.
    This hotel is another owned by an Indian, and most are not friendly towards Americans.  This hotel manager is a jerk, and customer service is not his first priority.  I've found the rest of the staff to be unfriendly.  I would suggest the Budget Host right next to it--also owned by foreigners but much nicer place and much more friendly.  Don't stay at the Crossland right next to the Microtel either.  If you want to step up, I suggest Candlewood Suites or Homewood Suites.  Candlewood Suites was remodeled about 6 months ago.

    07/05/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    3. Brian M.
    Not my usual type of hotel, As long as rates don't break the bank. I try to stay in better hotels. Hotels near the convention center were 250.00 a night.  No thank you! So I choose this hotel crossing my fingers and praying that I didn't make a big mistake, at 32.00 a night my expectations were low.

    The room reminded me of my first  nice little studio apartment. No frills but everything was clean and in working order. Front desk was helpful and friendly and location was decent. I absolutely received  bang for my buck and had enough money left over to rent a car for my business downtown. This hotel is worthy of four stars because it exceeded my expectations. Heck I've stayed plenty of nicer luxury hotels and have been more disappointed. If you are looking for a room on a budget this place could fit the bill.

    07/04/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. Kimberly E.
    My family stayed one night here when in town on business.  We booked the hotel through Priceline (last minute), and got a great price!  When we arrived (at almost 1am), we were very pleased with the lobby and quick check-in process.  

    The gentleman at the desk (which I believe to be the same one as the previous reviewer described) was very competent and helpful, even telling us that if we needed directions anywhere to let him know about 15 minutes before we planned to leave in the morning and he would print them out for us and have them waiting.

    The room we were in was nicely appointed, with a pull-out couch and coffee table in the sitting area, a kitchenette/island that divided the sitting area from the bedroom area.  There were no sheets on the pull-out couch, so I did have to return to the lobby to get sheets & pillows, as well as extra towels.  I was helped quickly and courteously.  The room was clean and efficient, definitely happy with it for the price.

    There was no wireless internet, which was a disappointment; however, there was a computer in the lobby for guest use.  It was available all but one time that I was in the lobby (I went several times, as I was printing out information most of the night).  

    There were really only two drawbacks to our stay.  One - this is an entirely non-smoking facility.  I had not realized that until I requested a smoking room upon check-in.  Two - the lack of wireless internet.  

    The breakfast (included in the price) in the morning provided a good selection, including fresh danishes, muffins, cereal, fresh fruit, coffee, cocoa, and more.

    26/02/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    5. Tim P.
    For the price...if you only need a shower and a bed...it's the best value in the country.  I didn't know you could get a room for under $50 anymore.  The lobby is depressing..clean just really tired.  The rooms are clean, the bed was very comfortable and we had no noise or other guests issues.  We were there for a school event and the arena was less than two miles away.  We went into Ft. Worth for dinner both nights which was less than a 15 minute drive.  We were very pleased.  The coffee and breakfast are worth passing on...just get dressed and go to Waffle House across the parking lot.

    26/03/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. Chris T.
    Sheets were used, floor was dirty, bathtub was clean, towels were those thin mini-me ones, breakfast was ok, but hey - it was a free meal.  Overall, it's a good 'budget' hotel for a quick stay.

    12/01/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    7. Kelsey M.
    The hotel was whtat one would expect in staying in a decent non slezy budget hotel. I staying in standard queen suite which consisted of a queen bed, a tiny microwave and small fridge housed with a wet bar sink and in a cabinet that jutted out from the wall. There was also a sleeper couch, which had cushions that didn't even extend to the end out the couch to sit on, and I would rather sleep on the window seat/bed than on the mattress.

    However other than that, everything was great. The front desk was courteous and helpful, the elevator was quick, there was no problem being on the 3rd floor either.

    The location was nice. The breakfast was what I expected. The computer was nice to have if needed.

    I like this hotel chain, you get a decent hotel thats cheap on the wallet.
    In short if your looking for an inexpensive but decent hotel and you are not too picky about the little things, then this hotel is for you.

    20/03/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Richard H.
    The start was a very unpleasant experience with checkin {see tip} and the when we finally were able to check in they said that they no longer took pets!  I told them when we paid {we use Hotels.com} they took pets.  After confering with everyone she called the Manager who said honour it {duh!} and charge them $25 for the night.  That proved to be great insurance as the night clerk wanted to charge me the $150 penalty for having a pet in there motel!  

    My advice? There are a dozen cut rate motels within 10 minutes.  Pass up this one and go elsewhere.

    02/08/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    9. M H.
    I go to the Ft. Worth area a few time a year, and decided to try this place based on reviews at a hotel site.  I tried to check in a little early, 10:30, as I had to work late that day, and was told they had nothing ready yet.

    Once I did check in, the room was clean, which is critical, but older and in need of some repairs - old tube tv's and the amoire had hinges broken.

    The best part of the trip was their elevator breaking down, and having to go up and down 3 flights of stairs each time I wanted to go out.

    On the plus side, the room had a fridge.

    I have to go back to this area in June, and have already booked a different hotel.

    Also the area the hotel is in, is a little iffy. On the way out to work on the second day, was able to witness the police cuffing a guy they pulled over.  It was like watching COPS.

    08/04/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    10. Nick W.
    If budget is only concern then this hotel might suit. Would prefer not to stay here again but it's the chance you take using a third party booking service on price alone.

    Hotel staff is rude compared to most hotels  and hotel though rather new is already dingy and odd smell.

    Room colors are too bright and they stimulate rather than help you relax and the lighting is too bright and only options are overhead. The mirror is a huge distraction and would be better without it.

    Side entrance doors did not work creating a security risk. Pool and spa were closed.

    No welcome guide in room and uninformed response from staff led you to believe there were not many dining or entertainment options nearby.

    11/12/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    11. Joley B.
    As part of my road trip, I headed down to the Fort Worth area to meet up with family from Austin.  My cousin booked the hotel, because it was close to things we wanted to do, close to I-35, and cheap.

    While I would typically stay in a hotel slightly more expensive than this, I can't really complain about anything.  You get what you pay for.  The hotel was clean was clean.  Rooms with two beds were crowded, but again, they were clean.  

    The staff at the front desk were not overly friendly, but they weren't rude either.

    Location was good.  Right on the 820, and close enough to the 35.

    Free wi-fi was good too.

    My only real complaint (and I guess I can't blame this on the hotel) is the other guests.  It was New Year's Eve, and this was the place to be if you were a 20 something.  People were bringing in cases of beer and other liquor.  The lobby was bustling with cowboys and cowgirls ready to party.

    My cousins and I stayed up til midnight with the kids, and then I went back down to the first floor where my room was and passed out.  I didn't hear much that night, but I was rudely awoken by my neighbors, one of whom felt it was necessary to ask his friends "WHAT DAY IS IT" and annoyingly shout "HUMP DAY."

    The walls are definitely NOT sound proof.  Be warned.

    But if you're looking for a cheap and clean place to stay.  This will suffice.

    05/01/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    12. Tennille B.
    Stayed here as a last minute booking for a funeral.  I booked it online through Expedia.  

    PRICE: The price of $72 a night was good for a double queen room.  

    STATE OF ROOM/FACILITY: The room was clean though a little outdated with decor.  The shower took a really long time to warm up and I didn't want to waste water so a cold shower is was.  The breakfast area was pretty clean & organized.  The juice machine did have a lot of extra juice in the drop tray but that was all.

    STAFF: I had a late check in and had no issues.  The staff was great & got us the extra items we requested.

    LOCATION: The hotel is surrounded by other hotels & businesses.  Right off the freeways so very easy to get around as needed.  Very quiet & I felt safe.

    14/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0