We needed a hotel for one night only and basically for sleeping and a shower. It met both needs very well.
The bathroom smelled a little sour, not sure if it was the shower curtain or the walls in the shower. The laminate floors in the entry and bathroom felt sticky on my feet.
The bed was very hard.
On the plus side there were plenty of covers on the bed. The a/c worked great.
Overall I didn't get a feeling of warmth from the room itself. While the decor was nice it seemed like it had a makeover of an old room.
Would I stay there again? I have other hotels in the area that I would pick first.
Located in the heart of Blue Springs, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Silverstein Eye Centers Arena, Fleming Park, and …More
The only bad experience of my 2 day stay was when the morning male clerk took so long to reassign my room since I was staying another day. I was in a hurry and it took him over 30 minutes to schedule me for my same room. He need more training!
Traveller from Arkansas
Situated in the business district, this motel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Silverstein Eye Centers Arena, Fleming Park, and Burr …More
Blue Springs is a satellite city of Kansas City. The Dillingham-Lewis Museum, built in 1906, remains as the only structure in Blue Springs constructed of native limestone. The museum also serves as the headquarters for the Blue Springs Historical Society and is furnished with historical replicas and displays.