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Went online back in April after my sister was in Springfield for work. I cannot say how this Inn appeared right in front of my eyes when searching Hotel.com and Booking.com. Due to July 4th holiday, I thought rates would be expensive. Boy was I...More
Across the street from the Governor's Mansion which has free tours Tuesday and Thursday, we stayed two nights for $120.00. We were close to the historic district and even walked on a ghost tour. The rooms are minimal but clean and perfect for those who...More
The Ritz it is not. Just finished a two nights stay there and was satisfied, especially given the price. Good location so able to walk to Lincoln home and to dinner one night. We were there during the 90+ degree days so did take car...More
We were on a road trip and I was looking to save a little money. I found Mansion View Inn on Booking.com and went with it because of the location and the price. If you are looking for a cheap place to stay in a...More
We booked a suite, thus had 2 rooms, tv and fridge in the non-bed room. Rugs are traditional hotel rugs on concrete surface. The suites face the railroad tracks, so noisy during the day.
Only real problem was lighting. The "living room" had only a...More
I lived here for a month last October. Never once saw a mouse or heard of anyone getting bedbugs. I loved the old style atmosphere, how close I was to downtown, and some of the front desk staff. Though, I'm currently... More
I lived here for a month last October. Never once saw a mouse or heard of anyone getting bedbugs. I loved the old style atmosphere, how close I was to downtown, and some of the front desk staff. Though, I'm currently backpacking Asia, so my standards might not be too high. ;)
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"Keep as far away from the train tracks as possible, although I don't think it will matter"