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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Plaza Motel Sidney
We payed $99 for a two double beda room, so per person about $25, which is pretty reasonable for a super warm room. They are smokers rooms and we were not told, so the smell is a bit disturbing at first, but at least in our room it wasn't that strong. The welcome was a bit cold, but they are nice people. They had coffee and juice and bagels and toast for breakfast, included.
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