Midland Railroad Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMidland Railroad Hotel Wilson
I'm not sure why in all the positive reviews there is no mention of a train passing by (counted six times until the morning) in such close proximity you can feel the bed vibrate.
The location is historic and that makes it nice but way too expensive at $119 a night for a bed and a futon in a hot room (old a/c takes hours to kick in).
We were grateful for a place to stay but would of appreciated the warning from other travelers.
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We are glad to be here! (and only 3 messages on our phones so far. Yeah!)
Best to you!
Sue and ...