Free coffee refills and budget rates make this motel tops with highway travelers.. In Short The first Super 8 opened in Aberdeen, S.D., in 1974, charging $8.88 a night. Today, the national franchise, with its familiar red-and-yellow sign, still stands for dependable rooms at wallet-friendly prices. A staple for road-tripping families, truck drivers and tour groups, the motel offers complimentary morning coffee and continental breakfasts. Another perk for travelers: Super 8 travel cups may be refilled for free at any of the motel's locations.
i've stayed at worse...but that's not saying much.
ok, i have low expectations for these kind of motels (just be clean and have semi-decent beds). i guess the place was clean, but there was a really foul smell when we came in. it went away after we bought our own air freshener. the wi-fi that is touted in the ad does not work very well when you can get a signal at all. service is pretty bad too. they'll make you sign a statement saying you refused housekeeping service if you're not up at their designated 10:30 am cleaning. when they do clean, they don't throw all the trash away and don't give new cups or towels. they do have a breakfast that i guess is better than the standard coffee/danish (but not much better). expect a lot of kids swarming you when you're making a waffle.