La Quinta Inn Champaign
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Quinta Inn Champaign
This trip marked the first time we stayed in a La Quinta hotel, and it has quickly become a "go to", mostly because of its great pet policy (all the hotels accept parts and there is no charge) but also because we can expect a quality room. This hotel put us on the ground floor, right by an exit. The room was good. (with a frig and microwave). The outdoor pool closed before we checked in but we enjoyed a swim the next morning. The breakfast b didn't offer much but there is a Bob Evans across the street. The hotel was full but we had nno trouble with noise. Another plus - checkout at noon!
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