The rooms were clean. The beds were very comfortable. The hotel staff was exceptional, they went above and beyond my expectations. The staff gave me maps of the city and told me about great restaurants and bars to check out.
The bathtub had hair in it, as well as the carpet. It looked like dog hair on the carpet, although we didn't notice it until we had to look for something that we dropped. Staff was friendly. Breakfast was the usual. This room served it's purpose for the night.
My sister and I stayed for 3 nites. She is allergic to many of the elements that you find in water. She has not been able to find a hotel where she can shower and not have a severe skin breakout. Rashes and "itchy bumps". At this hotel she was able to shower 2 days in a row and have "minimal " skin issues. We are trying to find out what type of filtration system/ water softener that they use at the Farifield on Beckley Road, BC.
Thanks for a wonderful stay
PS- breakfast was great as well
Excellent staff, clean, comfortable. The only complaint i have is too much chemicals in the pool. My skin was so itchy while swimming and until i took a shower. I wish they had continental breakfast as well! Starbucks inside was nice but free is better!
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OK Motel, hallway had a musty smell to it. the room was OK and had all the amenities you'd need. A nice plus was the cracker Barrel right next door, as well as several other restaurants and a mall about a mile away.
At the junction of the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo Rivers, the city of Battle Creek is about 25 miles east of Kalamazoo. Local parks are linked to the rivers with a 20-mile pathway, affording recreational opportunities such as biking, skating, picnicking, and fishing. Kellogg Arena is host to concerts; sporting tournaments; and the city's basketball team, the Battle Creek Knights.