We stayed here for a couple of nights as we were vacationing in the area. It has seen better days. The good points were that our room was clean, breakfast was standard and staff was kind and helpful. Bad points were that the place overall looks worn and rundown and in desperate need of a facelift. The pool was a travesty. The water was down a foot and was dirty, with a broken railing simply laying there making the pool unusable. A couple chairs were strewn on the deck looking completely neglected. Our room, tho clean, had a strong smell of cleaning products that never really dissipated, making it rather unpleasant. We have stayed in many of these chain hotels over the years and most have been fine but this one really needs to get its act together and renovate...or just fix the darn pool.
I stayed there due to location. It was sunny but the pool was being repaired. No swimming. The room was A bit dated but was everything I needed. Friendly staff and clean large rooms.
Mold on the ceiling in bathroom. Tissue holder rusted. Swimming pool empty but not being worked on. Breakfast nothing left at 7:45. Ice machine not working. Lobby furniture was ripped and peeling pleather.
I was there to do some rock and mineral collecting with some fellow mineral collectors from a few different states and we all stayed at this hotel, mainly because the rates were much more reasonable than hotels in Danville, which were like twenty to thirty dollars more a night. The pool was atrocious looking but we were not there to swim...the rooms were clean and spacious with a sofa included, the staff friendly, it met all of my needs, bed was comfy and we were able to walk next door to the Golf Resort Restaurant for our evening meals and even one morning for breakfast, as the breakfast bar in this hotel left alot to be desired. The workers were replacing the carpet in the hallways and repainting the concrete floors, and they did get a bit of an early start each morning, but we were up early each day so it didnt bother us much. this hotel sits a mile south of Harrodsburg on Hwy 127 and maybe half a mile south of the bypass. if you drive in from the north, be sure to take the bypass around Harrodsburg, it will save you about 20 min of driving thru town which can be stoplight city.
Stayed 3 nights as I was in town for an event. If it was absolutely horrible I wouldn't have stayed, but that said, it wasn't the best. I got to know the (new) owner a bit and he has only had the property for a few months and is extremely short-staffed and turned out to be a nice guy. But he is very stressed and that showed during check in when he said he had no reservation, even though I had the confirmation and was a bit short tempered with me. He did find a room in the end, and it was enormous and the dog was very welcome by the few staff working there. It's an older hotel and the interior is showing its wear. The room itself needed a deep clean, light switches and fixtures were grimy and table had not been wiped down. The shower had not been cleaned when I checked in, but the owner came and did it himself after I asked. I had patio doors to the pool, but they are so old they have no track left, and it was a major effort to wrestle the door open and closed. The pool is very nice and kept in pristine condition by the friendly pool man. There was no front desk staff one morning at all, but I know the owner was trying to do everything himself. But despite all this, I felt very comfortable there and enjoyed the relaxed, do-it-yourself if you need more towels atmosphere. You'll be perfectly happy here if you're a relaxed traveller and roll with the punches. But if this kind of thing would drive you crazy, then I would suggest a different place until the new owner gets everything sorted out. I do him and his young family the best and I did enjoy chatting with him about staffing and hotel king.