Quality Inn Trinidad
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Trinidad
Much to recommend this place! Right off the highway, but quiet with a big lawn and undeveloped area with a gorgeous mountain view. Close to stores, restaurants, and a scenic drive. Great indoor pool/hot tub area - open with windows facing the mountains. Breakfast buffet adequate but nothing special.
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