1) Housekeeping left my door unlocked and open while I was gone and away. That was NOT cool to come back to.
2) I couldn't do my laundry because the manager locked the front desk staffs' keys in the safe, so I couldn't exchange bills for quarters. That was annoying!
3) The lights for the indoor pool weren't on during our second night, and it was really dark in there. Pool is open until 10pm, but it was very dark by 8pm and I couldn't locate any staff to assist.
4) Everything thing else was great! Clean, great breakfast, Newspaper everyday, Quiet location. Just a few minor mistakes here.
Traveller from US
Situated near the airport, this motel is 5.4 mi (8.7 km) from Thanksgiving Point and within 12 mi (20 km) of Timpanogos Cave …More
It was so busy, there was so many people there which is good for your business but at breakfast everything was gone, no coffee the pool was so packed we didn't swim...ask the things that made us pick this hotel we didn't get to use, I would stay here again but if it was busy like that again I won't stay there again
Traveller from southern Utah
Situated in Lehi, this hotel is 0.8 mi (1.2 km) from Thanksgiving Point and within 12 mi (20 km) of Cowabunga Bay Water Park …More
We stayed overnight. The room was large and comfortable. We requested a ground floor ADA designed room. The room had handicap parking right outside the hallway entrance so the walk was very short. Although located close to I-15, the room was very quiet. In the morning we discovered this Motel 6 is located only 30-yards from a Chuck-O-Rama restaurant, a gas station, and a One-Man-Band diner (where we ate an inexpensive breakfast before continuing on our trip. We will stay here again the next time we pass through Utah from Denver.
Situated in Lehi, this motel is 5.2 mi (8.4 km) from Thanksgiving Point and within 12 mi (20 km) of Timpanogos Cave National …More
Settled in 1850 by Mormon pioneers, Lehi is located 12 miles north of Provo in the Utah Valley. Rodeo fans congregate every June for the Lehi Roundup, when Longhorn cattle overtake Main Street. Thanksgiving Point attracts 1.4 million visitors annually for golf, museum and garden tours, and the Tulip Festival each spring. Restaurants and historic buildings define Lehi's downtown shopping district.