Quality Inn

Address: 100A East Seright St., Harrisburg, Illinois, 62946, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 100A East Seright St., Harrisburg.
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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
 

Travel Blogs from Harrisburg

Crossing state borders and time zone line

A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 20, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

Still dark at 7.30 am. Rain falling when we woke and still falling lightly as we left. Getting closer to the western edge of the eastern time zone so daylight hours are later.

After spending time working out our route for the day, it was after 9.30 when we headed off to find lunch supplies. Thought there might have been a supermarket in …

It's only 9:20am and my kids have suckers

A travel blog entry by jschiavone on Jun 06, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

So Tyler is still challenged in the area of map studies. He opens it, covers himself in it and can't fold it! Aren't they teaching this in second grade? C'mon common core. So I used Pinterest to inspire some travel games & ideas. If the kids are being "good" their name clips remain on the visor. If there is whining, complaining or fighting their names come down. Every hour on the hour the r2d2 cooler ...

More border hopping

A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 21, 2014

18 photos

... crossing the Cumberland River near where it joins the Ohio. Continued on highway 60 into Paducah then over the river back into Illinois and Metropolis where we found the statue of Superman and the statue of Noel Neill who played Lois Lane in the TV series of Superman.

From Metropolis we followed the river trail through small hamlets and towns that have been forgotten by time or affected by economics - Mound City, Urbandale, Future City and Cairo to where the Ohio ...

Camping on a beautiful lake

A travel blog entry by rvcraigers on Aug 26, 2014

4 photos

Arrived early and got our pick of sites. We found one right on the lake. At dusk, a family of skunks would come out to enjoy the fallen crab apples on the tree in our site. The sunsets were gorgeous! We met Puff the Purple Dragon on the beach! Loved the water tower.
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No mo' MO

A travel blog entry by jimh22854 on Jul 24, 2014

2 comments

We spent the last few days traversing the Ozarks of Missouri. They are a mound of deeply eroded limestone resulting in lots if hills of 100-600 feet elevation gain and descent, narrow roads and moderate traffic. The drivers as a group were not very patient.The result was that that the effort to ride safely left less energy to appreciate the land, communities and individuals there. But yesterday we glided across the Mississippi River into Chester, IL, ...