If you’re looking for a budget friendly motel in Asheville, look no further than Rodeway Inn.
Center for Creative Living (1.6 mi), located nearby, makes Rodeway Inn a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Asheville landmark.
Rodeway Inn offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The motel offers 24 hour front desk, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a fitness center. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of the nearby restaurants that are within walking distance of Rodeway Inn, such as FATZ (0.2 mi), Cracker Barrel (0.0 mi), or The Hungry Bear Cafe (0.4 mi).
If you’re looking for something to do, Grove Arcade is a nice way to spend some time.
The staff at Rodeway Inn looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Our non smoking room offensively smelled like smoke with burn marks on the tub and sink along with ashes in the drawer. Bugs--roaches and ants. Poor water pressure in the shower. Barking dog for hours. People hanging out in parking lot after dark. Could not get an itemized receipt. Refrigerator looked as if it went through the war but kept cold. AC worked well. Very convenient to restaurants and gas stations.
First room was pretty shabby, bare bones, and wifi didn't work, They moved me to another room, and it went from bad to worse. Wifi worked, but roaches in the room, even shabbier than the first, noisy neighbors, people hanging out in the halls till all hours of the night. Beds were lumpy and uncomfortable in both rooms. Frankly, I didn't expect much, but this place was the worst. Stay anywhere else.
This place is only good for a last minute stay if you can't find anywhere else to go. I was lucky enough to get a discount on a room for my mother for the weekend. I asked for a non smoking room because my mother is allergic to cigarette smoke so they put her on the second floor which is supposed to be non smoking. I knew this was an older building but that it was remodeled. Apparently it has not been remodeled because the whole place is dingy and sketchy. The staff was nice at least and the bed was comfortable and the TV was fairly new, but the room was not very clean. The light switch and covers needed to be replaced because they are old and dingy. The ceiling has dust clinging to the nicotine on it. The walls have stains, the mini fridge has mold growing in the rubber around the door. The doors look like they could be busted down easily. The light fixtures and the telephone are dusty. The bathroom is very dingy because of the old wall paper on the walls and the ceiling in the bathroom needs repairs. The housekeeping staff at least brought fresh towels, soap, coffee, shampoo and made the beds. The blankets on the beds had cigarette burn holes in them, even though the whole second floor is supposed to be non smoking. The screen on the window was bent. …
My wife and I stayed here recently and the best way I can describe it is that the hotel is functional and suits one's needs for an inexpensive place to stay. The room was clean and the bed comfortable, and I slept well. It is a bare-bones (no carpet on the floor for example) place to stay and that suited my wife and I well. We don't like spending much on hotels when we are going to be gone the entire day, and we'd rather put the savings into a nice dinner out. Even though it's bare-bones, we always felt safe. It's next door to "The Cracker Barrel" and across the street from "Burger King". If we go back, I'd stay there again.
For spending $130 a night I had higher expectations. The heater kicks on about every three minutes, the fridge was so loud we had to unplug it and there were long dark hairs on the towels we hadn’t used yet. And then there’s the pictures below. I realize $130 doesn’t get you a butler but it should at least get you a clean room.