When we went to check into the motel, the front desk girl was on her phone. Took them a bit to get to the desk. It was a personal call. Then when we were checking in she made it feel like we were inconveniencing her just by being there. I did NOT like the fact that they took a copy of the drivers license AND the credit card you checked in with. Then she gave us major attitude when we asked about it and demanded the copy. The stay here was pleasant. It would have bit much more pleasant if the front desk staff was easier to deal with. Even at checkout they were difficult.
Situated in Lees Summit, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Paradise Park, Stonehaus Farms Winery, and Fleming Park …More
Quiet despite being right off the highway. The hotel was clean and fresh smelling. (non-smoking facility was a delight!) Our room temperature was comfortable, bathroom was stocked and clean, and bed/pillows gave us two great nights of sleep. The hot breakfast was standard - no surprises there - but fresh and hot. Didn't make it to the spa-pool as hoped but that area looked clean and inviting. Would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Ft.Worth,TX
Situated in Lees Summit, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Paradise Park, Stonehaus Farms Winery, and Missouri Town 1855 …More
Although when we checked in, the desk clerk answered the phone twice before helping us. The staff was friendly and helped with any questions. The accommodations were acceptable. They were clean. The bathroom was small.
Located in the heart of Lees Summit, this hotel is 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Fleming Park and 3.1 mi (5 km) from Paradise Park …More
About 82,000 people call Lee’s Summit home, making it both the sixth-largest city in the Kansas City metro area and in the state. Lee’s Summit has five sites on the National Register of Historic Places.