Super 8 Elkins
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The super 8 was a reasonable hotel to stay at. It had a small closet off the lobby that had a washer and dryer for guests which was most appreciated. Each machine cost $1 to use which was very reasonable. The room also included a cold breakfast (cereal, toast, juice, coffee) and some fruit which was of poor quality. And, they had a waffle maker and syrup which is one of my all time favorites. There was a restaurant across the street that served a buffet for supper.
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