Stayed here for five nights with our two dogs and the rooms were huge! Lots of play room for the dogs. The beds were nice and comfy and everything looked pretty up to date meaning bathroom, etc. They are currently renovating the lobby so I wasn’t able to enjoy the full experience…
Hotel interior is old and worn. Beds were horrible. Did not have a good nights sleep the entire week there. There was no hot water our last day there and was not offered any compensation. There is no designated pet area.
On our drive home to Colorado from Texas Thanksgiving, we had car trouble in Littlefield and limped into Clovis on a Sunday Evening. Having a dog with us, we checked online for a good place to stay for the night, and drove to/checked out a few motels. La Quinta was the hands down…
There are two clusters of hotels in Clovis: One along Route 60 at the south end of town, and one on Prince Street at the north end. Whatever you do, select a hotel on Prince Street. Whatever you do, avoid those along Route 60. It's a seedy part of town, and there is a busy railro…
This is an amazing place to stay with a great staff. I would highly recommend this as the place to stay in Clovis. If you are looking for a clean, friendly place with room large enough to accommodate your family, choose this La Quinta.
"I sincerely hope we can get the same room on our return trip to Pa in April when we pass through."
"Fix the shower"
"Rooms are very nice and large with a kitchen and living area. "
"Front desk was VERY UNACCOMMODATING and seemed put out when I wanted the room I booked. Security door to the outside was broken so anyone could enter without a key. If this wasn’t enough they demand a room inspection prior to check out. I will NEVER stay at this location again. "
"Ask if they have hot water."