Best Western Buffalo Ridge Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Buffalo Ridge Inn Custer
This Best Western is an older one, well used, with a few upgrades and was in a good area, easily accessible. I didn't read the fine print and discovered our room didn't have a refrigerator or microwave. The room was small, stuffy and the smoke alarm was disabled. The bed was comfortable and the room was quiet. It was a bit more expensive than some of the other Best Westerns Hotels we've stayed in recently, but they are in peak summer season now and you have to expect to pay more.
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... mushroom pizza.
The grilled chicken sandwich was pretty good. The chicken was seasoned well. Unfortunately, I didn't care for the sweet potato tater tots. Hubby said the pizza was so so. A bit too cheesy.
Our drinks were okay. The Five Wood - Arnold Palmer with vodka. I didn't taste any lemonade.
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