The hotel was nice for the price. We generally stay in much pricier hotels so when I had to book a last minute room, there weren't many to choose from. (Due to the huge event in the area) I was shocked when we went in our room, because it was actually pretty nice. The only thing that bothered me was the very strong bleach smell. Obviously, they had just cleaned the room, which was good to know. I just wish the scent wasn't so strong. We encountered three different staff members and all were extremely sweet! The first offered assistance in finding things to do the first night. He recommended a restaurant called SandBar on Anna Maria Island. We went and had the most amazing dinner and experience with a beautiful sunset to boot. We truly appreciated his recommendation! The second night our room key didn't work, but the clerk was quick to get us a new one and apologized many times for the issue! The last clerk was amazingly sweet as I checked out! Overall, it was a great experience and I won't hesitate to stay in an Americas Best Value Inn again!
Traveller from Tennessee
Situated in Bradenton, this motel is 3 mi (4.8 km) from Links At Greenfield Plantation and within 6 mi (10 km) of River Run …More
The hotel where we chose to stay was an excellent location. My daughter will be starting school there in the fall and the hotel is almost right across from the college. The staff was very courteous and helpful when it came to finding a restaurant to eat at. Good choice. When we return we hope to stay in the same place. Thanks you guys
Situated in Bradenton, this hotel is 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from State College of Florida and 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from University of …More
Sports are written big in Bradenton. The world-renowed Nick Bollittieri Tennis Academy is in here and has been home to several notable tennis greats throughout the years. The Pittsburgh Pirates conduct spring training in town each winter, too. Bradenton also has a sizable artists' community, the Village of the Arts.