Hotels >Guesthouse Inn & Suites Kellogg
We came to Kellogg to buy a truck and
stayed here one night and did late check out (5pm instead of 11 am for $20).
We were quite happy with it. The bedding is nice and everything was very clean. The room has a fridge, microwave, coffee maker, TV, hair dryer, iron, and ironing board. All of the staff was very friendly and helpful.
The hotel is located across the street from the Silver Mountain Resort where you can take the longest gondola ride up to the ski runs and restaurant. We only took the ride and didn't ski but it was gorgeous! You can get off up top and hang out.
The hotel is pet friendly, which is nice. They have board games you can use in the lobby. There's an indoor pool and hot tub. We didn't use the pool but we did used the hot tub.
One of the reasons I gave 4 stars instead of 5 is because the hot tub was only luke warm. I was shivering while I was in it. When it's cold out, you want a hot tub to be hot.
The other reason for four stars was the complimentary hot breakfast was inadequate. If you like cereal, waffles and microwave McMuffins, you'd probably think it's fine. However, I try to avoid processed carbs and sugar. I see how technically, it is a hot breakfast when you zap it yourself in the microwave and make a waffle but I was expecting more. They had yogurt but it was full of sugar. They had oranges and apples, which was what I ate. We ended up going somewhere else for breakfast.
Overall, great place. I'd recommend it to friends. The staff was really nice and very helpful.
From the moment we entered, Kyle, the night manager, was friendly, personable, very professional and made us feel welcome. Our room was spotless, neat, and well equipped even with hot coffee in the lobby. In the morning we went to the lobby for coffee and were cheerfully greeted by Vicci Sorensen, Regional Director of Sales, and Alisha, the day person at the desk. They were both so nice , inquiring about our stay, wanting to make sure we were satisfied with every thing. We will surely stay here again on our next trip to the area. All three of these people are true assets to their company.
Very nice stay. Good variety for breakfast. Very clean. Sheets were too worn and the sink was chipped, but those were the only two negatives I can list. Reasonable rates. Off season so we were almost alone in the hotel, which I loved. Plenty of truck parking, indoor pool and hot tub. Guest laundry on both floors. Exercise room. Post office and small restaurant nearby. Will stay again.
Onsite staff 24 hours a day wonderful
breakfast and very friendly!
Staff is willing to go above and beyond, helping with bags, checking in early, offering late check outs. Always willing to help.
There were four people in our group. We did not have a reservation for the night due to we thought we would travel farther that day. We stopped to find out if rooms were available. We thought it looked really expensive. This is a ski resort. Much to our surprise it was only $104 for the night! Must be an off season rate. Great free breakfast. Swimming pool. Beautiful scenery around the hotel. I would have liked to have more time to ride bikes on the hike and bike trail. There is a bike rental shop nearby.
Staff were very friendly and we were
upgraded to a junior suite. We really enjoyed having the extra space. However, we wished that there was an actual door between the bedroom and the living room. That would have allowed one person to stay up and watch tv without disturbing the other.
The 'bedroom' area was baren - nothing on the walls, no windows, just two beds. However, the beds were comfortable.
We enjoyed having a frig , microwave and coffee pot..
The breakfast was low end but at least it was nice to get some coffee and cereal before hitting the road.
We liked the small town of Kellogg and loved the little Mexican restaurant where we had dinner - good value, good food and the great service that one gets in most Mexican restaurants.
Free coffee refills and budget rates make this motel tops with highway travelers..
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.
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