We were on the road and needed to find a place to stop for the night. A quick look for an inexpensive place to stay resulted in finding this little gem. It's a little off the beaten path and you'll think you're lost just before you find this place but it's clean, well maintained, safe location, and the staff is friendly...if a little young. We had a nice room and the complimentary breakfast was well stocked and maintained. Hot coffee was available every time I visited the lobby. The only suggestion I would make for the breakfast, is to add some more sturdy plastic utensils...it's hard to cut my waffle with the current ones.
Located in the heart of Auburn, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Donald E. Davis Arboretum, Auburn University, and …More
All of the hotels in Auburn, Alabama (and Opelika) inflate prices for football game weekends. I paid over $170 per night for 2 nights so my family could stay in Auburn before and after the game. It was one of the hotels that still had rooms available and believe or not, the price was decent for a game weekend. The front desk staff seemed bored and not overly friendly but check in went smoothly. The room was decent/adequate since we did not spend much time in the room anyway. There was a mini fridge which was helpful (for tailgating supplies). We did not eat breakfast here even though it was included (the usual hotel breakfast fare). So in conclusion, normally I would not stay here, but I made an exception for game day just so we could stay in Auburn and not have to drive to Montgomery where the hotel rooms are MUCH cheaper. Of note, most hotels in Auburn also have a 2 night minimum for game weekends. Can't remember if this hotel had that requirement or not...didn't matter because we were going to stay for 2 nights anyway. It was clean, quiet, safe, and relatively comfortable, so it fulfilled it's purpose. If you are coming to an Auburn game, and are on a budget, this hotel would be a reasonable choice.
Located in the heart of Auburn, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Jules Collins Smith Museum of Fine Arts, Chewacla State …More
My only problem was the shape of the bottom of the tub while showering. I am 5'5" 130 lbs, my son is 6'2" 225 lbs. and we both had the same complaint. The tub dips in toward the center which was very dangerous while standing to shower as well as getting in and out of the tub. Have management try it while in their bare feet and they will understand what we mean. I've never run into this before and I've stayed in many hotels. We were in room 205 so maybe it is the only room with just that type of tub but I doubt it. Other than that, our experience was very good. Thank you.
Located in the heart of Auburn, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Jules Collins Smith Museum of Fine Arts, Auburn …More
New. Safe. Clean.... However will not ever ever ever use Expedia!!! They called to inform me on monday that the hotel that I booked through them doesnt have a room for my reservation on the following friday! So in other words I really didnt have a reservation which I made back in sept. for dec 4th. Then I tried to communicate on the phone for an hour to someone who didnt speak english well! Thanks expedia wont use you again! Candlewood suites in auburn is nice!
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Donald E. Davis Arboretum, Auburn University, and …More
Home to Auburn University and 2010 NCAA Division 1 Championship winning Auburn Tigers Football, this tailgating college town bleeds orange and blue. Catch a game at Jordan-Hare Stadium and celebrate a win at the Toomer's Corner toilet paper toss. Post-season, hit the links on the area's 6 renowned golf courses. Or see more than just orange and blue at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art.