Fifth Season Inn & Suites

Address: 6801 W Interstate 40, Amarillo, Texas, 79106-2608, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6801 W Interstate 40, Amarillo, is near Don Harrington Discovery Center, Amarillo Botanical Gardens, Elkins Ranch, and Helium Monument.
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        Historical Traveler Reviews Fifth Season Inn & Suites Amarillo

        Great deal for the price


        I have stayed at the Fifth Season two times in the past and would definately recommend it. I am not sure what all of the huge complaints are about this hotel. Sure, it isn't a 5 star resort hotel, and if you are super picky about hotels, then maybe this isn't the place for you. But for a walk in rate of $39.00 a night, it cannot be beaten. The hotel has indoor corridors, a large atrium with indoor pool and hot tub, a nice decorated lobby and sitting area, and a free cooked, full breakfast buffet mornings. For about $40 bucks, this is a great deal to me. I had no problems during either of my stays (in 2002 and 2005). If you are looking for a great deal on a "normal" family style hotel, then this one is a great find. It is comparable to a Quality Inn, Comfort Inn, Best Western, Ramada, etc. If you are looking for a "posh" Hilton or Radisson type resort then you should look elsewhere. Personally, I don't waste money uselessly on places like that when all I do is sleep overnight there. For me, the Fifth Season is a great deal that is hard to beat.

        Not impressed


        The atrium in the motel is beautiful and the beds are comfortable. Then there is the rest of the story.

        The room that I, my daughter, and a friend shared was not the cleanest in the world. The room smelled heavily of urine as did many of the hallways. I wondered if many with dogs curbed them in the hallway without taking them outside as they allow pets in the motel. I went to take a bath the first night and mold fell off of the plastic tub plug. There was also mold in the corner of the tub. Other than that the bathroom seemed clean. The bed my friend slept in we discovered had skid marks the next morning when she got out of bed. None of us slept naked nor sat on the bed naked. I left a note next to the skid mark with the plug upside down on the note so they could see it, and made mention of the mold in the bathroom. They did change the sheets however they only scraped the loose stuff off of the plug. They did not bleach it nor was the corner of the tub cleaned.

        The hot breakfast consists of boxed scrambled eggs, sausage(no bacon), biscuits and sausage gravy, and toast. There were a variety of juices and coffee, powdered creamer(UGH).

        I did not even get into the pool or hot tub. 1. They were DIRTY!!! The hot tub was milky looking and everyone said it was only lukewarm. 2. The indoor pool was not heated.

        I wish I had photos to show you.

        I will not stay here again!!!!

        You might be surprised, like I was!


        The place looks kind of shady from the outside. When driving up, you see a big flashing sign that says rooms are $39/night. These are rooms like at the best western and not the ones booked online. The rooms booked online are like the embassy suites and very nice, once you get inside them. Only complaints about the room- no pen and paper and the wireless internet doesn't work in the rooms, even if you pick up the signal, it will NOT work in the rooms. You have to go to the lobby. And you should have wireless here, because the cable hook-ups in the rooms don't work. I asked the desk clerk for a cable, she brought out a box of cell phone chargers people had left behind. No idea what I was talking about. A guy on his wireless in the lobby gave me his cable (he got the last one after the same problem) and said he couldn't get it to work. While in the lobby late using my laptop, four different guys tried to pick me up. This is def. not a place to hang out for young single girls, the lobby here is a scene. The doors to the exterior do not lock, anyone and everyone comes right in. I hear from the locals this is considered one of the nicest places in town, though. The place is kind of dirty around the edges. MAJOR problems w/ the fitness room. It's tucked away in a dark corner on the ground floor and it looks like a storage closet, odd stuff from the ongoing renovation is piled in there. None of the 3 pieces of equipment works, treadmill jerks and shudders, bike would not turn on and stairclimber missing vital parts to keep it running. No cleaner to wipe down equipment, had to go ask a maid, she spoke no english. I finally ended up with something I think was air-freshener spray. I told the front desk about the equipment problems and the guy KNEW about the treadmill not working (this is dangerous-I almost fell off), I told him there needed to be a sign on it at least. But, they really shouldn't advertise this as a workout room. At breakfast, you don't get choices, you get what's cooking. And it was greasy eggs, bacon and tasteless biscuits and gravy. Not worth it, really. My big surprise came when, as I was sitting at breakfast, water came pouring down the ramp (on the ground floor of the atrium) at me and I had to jump to avoid it. I looked around the corner at the pool area and the hot tub was overflowing!! Water everywhere. I told the woman cooking breakfast and she asked me if I could go tell someone else! Partway through my first night, I realized I had to stay anotehr night in Amarillo, and rather than moving to another place, I stayed here again. I talked to the guy at the front desk (seeing as how I discovered and then ran to report the water emergency to this guy), seeing if I could negotiate a better rate, no deal. He basically told me if I wanted the same expedia rate, I would have to book through expedia again. Which I did. I go down to check in again later, which he told me I had to do, and the manager greeted me then by chance. He told me next time I should just come down and we could negotiate a lower rate rather than booking through expedia again!!! Ok, so this is when I almost lost my temper. None of the staff were on the same page about anything. Obviously. The second night I was down using the wireless, the desk clerk's boyfriend comes in to hang out with her while she is working. She opens the side door and lets him behind the counter and proceeds to openly make out with him in front of the people in the lobby (a little girl came in and interrupted them to ask where the bathroom was). The ONLY reason this place gets more than one star is because the rooms were so nice. The staff was really unprofessional. Oh, and the pool had gunk around the edges and was super chlorinated. The sauna smelled heavily like urine. That about covers the big stuff.

        My Awesome Stay In Amarillo - Meeting Central


        My company recently had a company wide meeting in Amarillo, the staff is so friendly, meetingrooms great, brand new ball rooom was just fantastic. Free hot breakfast, indoor pool, hot tub, and spa were nice touches. This is such a gem, I still can't get over how friendly the staff were to all of us.

        We had a good time


        We unexpectedly had to go to Amarillo due to a relative being in the hospital. I want to thank the staff for being so accommodating to us and our family members. We ended up staying in the renovated rooms in their atrium area. The rooms were nice and atmosphere accommodating. We had a good time considering the circumstances and we will definitely be back to stay in your hotel.

        The worst rooms in west amarillo


        we were checked into one room that was so dirty it looked like the rats lived there, we upgraded to a second room that was luke warm when we got there but in time got so cold, we were moved to another room that was ice cold then the next room was as bad as the one before. we finally got moved into a room tht was half ways warm when we got there during the early morning the heat went off. we came home with the flu for one of us and a very bad cold for the next. Talk about the weekend in Alaska we didn't have to go far. They didn't even offer us our money back. We will never stay there again and we will let all our friends and relatives know...........................



        This place really sucked. Someone broke into my room when I was there, the place is torn apart. The free breakfast at 6:30 isn't ready until 7:30 and is greasy and terrible. No chair in the room. Heating not adaquate. Just a terrible place. Gonna stay at the Ambassador again next time.

        Worth the price BUT...


        Depending on your outlook this place can be described either as a "great value for the money" or "a dump". The latter was scrawled on the phone in my room. The hotel is renovated BUT the renovation is half-ass (e.g. they painted over obvious water damage in the bathrooms (did they also paint over mold?) and the new matress doesn't match the old frame, so, the metal frame sticks out several inches, catching my ankle three times... how much could a bed frame cost!?)

        The room is newly renovated but less than clean. The old desk in my room was worn and had greasy dirt trapped in the cracks. The door when opened fell a half inch (the hinge is loose) and had to be lifted to close. THIS IS RIGHT AFTER THE RENOVATION!!!... imagine what this place will be like in a few years.

        If you are used to staying in places like Hampton Inns or Courtyards, avoid this place. BUT if you're looking for a bargain place to stay in Amarillo, this is it at under $39 a night.

        WATCH OUT FOR HOTWIRE... this hotel is grossly overrated on their site. It should be a one star.

        Nice stay, new rennovation.


        This was a nice place to stay if you happen to find yourself in Amarillo. Newly rennovated, the rooms were clean and comfortable, with nice beds and linens. Most of the rooms doors open out to a large indoor area with a pool, arcade, eating area. The only complaint I have is there were folks making noise until midnight or later out at the pool, which happen to be close to my door. The breakfast in the morning was sufficient.

        It's a pretty nice place, although there are a lot of hotels in Amarillo, I will stay here again.

        Love the renovation!!


        I have been staying at the Fifth Season for years. I remember when this was "THE" place to stay in Amarillo. I am very excited to see the renovations that are happening. The new furniture, beds, microwaves and refrigerators are very nice touches. I also like the hot breakfast in the morning.

        TripAdvisor Reviews Fifth Season Inn & Suites Amarillo

        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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