Residence Inn Lubbock
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidence Inn Lubbock
Hotel was aged but nicely refurbished on the interior. All staff were friendly - we made multiple phone calls for service yet staff showed little irritation. Room was clean. During my stay I had problems with the thermostat so we spent the first night freezing as the maintenance staff were not working late. Free hot breakfast is a plus. Slightly noisy at night particularily since our room was on the highway side. My kids loved the sports court but the two basketballs given to us to use were both 1/4 flat.
I used my points so the stay was free. If I had to pay I would have choosen another hotel.
Hotel was conveniently located next to the science museum and a Target. It was only a couple of miles from Texas Tech Univ and South Plains mile.
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Beautiful day for a road trip to Lubbock, Tx where many country stars were born. This is a nice little city with all the amenities. Cassidy had some returns to do, I wanted to scavenger hunt for things to put in my Bethany, Mo booth and hit the health food store. Fun day with my daughter and glad I could do it.
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... a rare diner dish, enchiladas. We connected to I-40 which is old Route 66. Fun!! We cross the Rio Grand outside Albuquerque, NM.
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We are both taken by this beautiful ...