Quality Inn

Address: 100A East Seright St., Harrisburg, Illinois, 62946, United States | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Harrisburg

Reviewed by hyoung74

Very average Quality Inn.

Reviewed Oct 20, 2014
by (36 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

Our trusty Choice book has this as a Comfort inn. Not to sure what to think when they change brands - last time that happened was in Washington DC and was not the best. This looks to be different. Not much to choose from in this small town. Super 8 next door which we have avoided. This room has 2 queen beds, fridge, microwave and the usual Choice pillows - some soft and some a bit firmer. These pillows are the normal size. We have been having small square ones lately. Nice to have two chairs and a table to use but back to the light on one side only beside the bed. Breakfast was very slim pickings. Only meat patties (no hot egg option), cold hard boiled eggs, waffles, very sweet cereal, bagels, pastries and bread for toast. Only tired small red apples for fruit. No staff in the breakfast area to clean tables or top up the food. Bed room needs some maintenance. Bath plug does not seal but the drain does not drain quickly either. if having a shower, feet are in deep water, having a bath requires the water to run all the time. Towel rail coming off the wall. Not the cheapest night's stay either.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn Harrisburg

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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