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We recently stayed at this hotel through an organized bus tour. After a long day of sightseeing in Washington D.C., we ended our day in this hotel. It was 'ok' but it served it's purpose. The beds were ok, but the pillows were not comfortable...More
I had to stay at the Sleep Inn & Suites for business reasons and really liked the service and quality of the accommodation. Unlike some older properties in Laurel, this hotel is still new and feels fresh.
This was a nice hotel tucked back behind the Laurel race track. I use the handicap accessible rooms which was very nice. It seems newly renovated and all things were pretty clean and neat. The problem here is the Wi-fi flat out sucks. I don't...More
We booked a room at this hotel for one night. Check in took a bit longer than normal since they had given my room to someone else. I was glad the AC worked in the room because the rest of the hotel felt like a...More
We were attending the Capitol Jazz Festival and resided at this hotel for the weekend...Overall it was adequate for our stay...though it can stand some furniture upgrades. Continental breakfast is what you would expected, but the dining area was very small and seating fills up...More
There are very short drives to restaurants, but I honestly wouldn't recommend walking to them (although it is certainly short enough to walk). The main highway is right in front of the hotel, which poses a safety concern... More
There are very short drives to restaurants, but I honestly wouldn't recommend walking to them (although it is certainly short enough to walk). The main highway is right in front of the hotel, which poses a safety concern. I wouldn't say the area is unsafe, but I wouldn't go back with my three children because you could tell that it was not the best of areas. It's a shame because the hotel owner was exceptional and the actual hotel stay was nice.
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"Get a room facing South or near the East end to avoid traffic noise."