|General||24 hour front desk, Air-conditioned, Bar/Lounge, Parking (free), Restaurant, Wheelchair accessible|
|Internet||Internet, WiFi (free)|
Good, 63 reviews across the web
|Price||Best value. Highly appreciated by 92% of guests.|
|Location||Good location. 77% of guests gave positive comments.|
|Food||Food is average. Only 69% of guests gave positive comments.|
|Service||Only 63% found the |
|Hotel||Hotel is ok. Only 60% of guests gave positive feedback.|
|Ambiance||Ambiance is not good. 60% negative comments.|
|Old/New Room||For 75%, the |
|Hotel Building||Terrible building. Criticized by 80% of the guests.|
|Noise Level||100% thought it was |
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It was convenient to my destination, the Wineglass Marathon starting line.
It is worn around the edges and in need of renovation. It has no parking of its own, so one is forced to park on the street, which is discouraged due to the possibility of damage, or at one of the local businesses, where the risk is ticketing or towing.The Old National Hotel was probably once a busy, charming downtown destination, but like its city, it has seen better days. The aging proprietor and staff do a good job keeping it clean and trying to accommodate, but the whole place is badly in need of renovation. Can't judge the bar and restaurant, as their liquor license was suspended during our stay, and we never saw one person patronizing any of the 100 or so seats. They have no parking lot of their own, which means risking parking illegally or having one's car damaged while on the street.
Size of room, easy check in and out (go to the bar next door), clean, quiet.
No signs for where to park, furnishings and decoration circa 1965 (the reality, not the Austin Powers version), some of the lights didn't work and it was dark in the room, paid cash to upgrade my room...everything written by hand.My teenage son and I had a blast making fun of how dinghy this place was. I have nothing against 'OLD' but not maintained or restored is kind of pathetic. Good news: no bug bites, quiet and clean enough, but walking into a room with very stained plush carpet, furnishings and decor so dated it's not antique yet, but it will be in a couple decades. Quaint town with nice folks. Progress is not on the agenda, which is good and bad. Free wifi worked well.
We did not end up staying there. It smelled old & musty; had no irons or hairdryers. Only one person was working to handle the rooms, the bar & the restaurant. Disgusting.Grrrr . . .
The location was very close to where we wanted to be.
Every window on the ground floor had a 'for sale' sign in it. Upon checking in, I was informed they do not take credit cards, only cash. That was a surprise. The hallway of the floor we were on reeked of cigarette smoke but the room did not smell at allIf you want an inexpensive hotel, this is it. They only take cash, so be prepared. It is about what you would expect for the price. The property is for sale, so I would not stay there again. However, the town of Bath is perhaps the friendliest place I have ever been. It's close to the vineyards of Keuka Lake. There's a good diner down the street--the Chat AWhyle.