|"Rooms were comfortable and clean"||(in 12 reviews)|
|"Excellent location good views."||(in 27 reviews)|
|"The staff was super friendly"||(in 16 reviews)|
|"Grounds and pool poorly maintained."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"The bed linens had burn holes"||(in 3 reviews)|
|"The room was dirty."||(in 41 reviews)|
|smoking room||in 106 reviews|
|beautiful view||in 81 reviews|
|hot breakfast||in 81 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 54 reviews|
|location was beautiful||in 42 reviews|
|old hotel||in 34 reviews|
|staff very pleasant||in 34 reviews|
|front desk||in 32 reviews|
|needs updating||in 28 reviews|
|air conditioner||in 17 reviews|
|first floor||in 10 reviews|
|burn holes||in 6 reviews|
|egg patties||in 5 reviews|
|ice machine||in 5 reviews|
|salem||in 4 reviews|
|several times||in 4 reviews|
|poorly maintained||in 3 reviews|
Plenty of parking
Beds were dirty, smelled of animals, the towels had hair on them and you can hear everything through the walls basically. Breakfast was a joke. Apples and some rock hard biscuits and bagels from who knows how long ago.
You get what you pay for ... only it feels like I got less.
I liked the fact that there was a "hot" continental breakfast offered and that the room offered a refrigerator (w/ separate freezer compartment/door) and a microwave. There was a small coffee table and armchair, as well as a desk and wheeled desk chair for more business-y types, I suppose.
I think the room I was put in hadn't been used in a while, for the first two nights, the sheets and comforter gave my son and I some sniffly, stuffy noses and such - I think they were a bit dusty, because when they were changed the following day, those symptoms disappeared when we used them. Our room did not have a microwave in it as it was advertised on both websites, though it did have the mini-fridge. The "hot" continental breakfast was a joke, though at least it was food. Same stuff every day: biscuits, mini-bagels, thawed 'Eggo' waffles, mini muffins, mini donuts, questionable oranges, apples, milk, and two kinds of cereal. On another surface there's a crock-pot full of sausage gravy for the biscuits. One of the juices was 'Out of Order' for the entirety of our stay. There were also 'egg patties' but they must have only been available after a certain hour because at 6:30-7 AM when I went down there, they weren't put out. Coffee and hot water for (Lipton) tea. The entire place just looked like it needed a good, deep clean and some updating. It looks forgotten. I thought I was getting a good deal, and, well, I wasn't. Apparently, you get what you pay for - but in this instance, I felt I still paid too much.
The view which they charged an extra 5 dollars a night
Breakfast everything stale and old room clean but dated and dark toliet so low to the floor no need for a squatty potty
You sacrifice comfort for an amazing view
I liked how secluded the hotel was from the highway. The view was phenomenal. I spent my last day watching the sun rise over the mountains. The free WiFi and Continental breakfast are not bad for the price. It was clean and what you'd expect for the price.
The staff was rude to me when I was fist checking in. I think he was annoyed with me, but after ringing the bell and calling out, I had to call the front desk on my phone, and wait 3 more minutes for him to hear I was there. That was fine, and I was pleasant, but his reaction from then on was very rude. The bed was so uncomfortable it started giving me joint problems. The walls were paper thin. It was fine my first night since almost nobody was at the hotel, but on the second night I could hear my neighbors and people outside very clearly.
The pillows were like rocks
You get what you pay for
Very worn property. Dirty old carpet. Paint peeling in the bathroom. Property needs an entire update. Price was low and so was the quality.
The only upside to the hotel is the price and it was easy to get to from the highway
The carpet in the room was wet and the room smelled due to a lack of ventilation. On of the beds was broke and so was the TV. It was supposed to be a non-smoking room but it smell like cigarettes.
Room smelled. Commode seat was off hinges... Bathroom light was out.Since I checked in late...so maintenance was not available... Had to go to local store to buy Lysol spray Lysol to spray in my room and my mothers room smelled like mold... We sat out side for about an hour 1/2 to bring the smell out of our rooms.
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Green Hill Park Trailhead and within 6 miles (10 km) of Salem Civic Center and Roanoke College. Moyers Sports Complex and Salem Memorial Football Stadium are also within 6 miles (10 km).
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Guests travelling with new or existing direct bookings for stays at Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem through 30 June 2020 will have their cancellation or change penalties waived up to 24 hours prior to arrival. For more information, visit the Wyndham Group Response to COVID-19 page.
Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem is located at 1671 Skyview Road, 2.3 miles from the centre of Salem. Roanoke College is the closest landmark to Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem.
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem.
Yes, Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem does not offer free parking.
No, Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem is 7 miles from Roanoke. Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem is 42.2 miles from Lewisburg Greenbrier Valley.
Yes, Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem has a pool on-site.
Howard Johnson Hotel & Conference Center by Wyndham Salem has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.