Hampton Inn & Suites - Opelika
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn & Suites - Opelika
There were very few people at the hotel so we were upgraded to a suite which was very spacious. The hotel was extremely clean and looked brand new. We utilized the fitness center which was complete with the right amount of machines, weight balls, a mat, towels, and water. Free breakfast in the morning included a make your own waffle station, as well as sausage and eggs and assorted cereals, pastries, juices, coffees, and teas. For the price this place cannot be beat.
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