Hotels >Super 8 Nampa
I am a regular who travels through Nampa once a week. I enjoy staying at this location not only for convenience, but knowing I will get a decent nights sleep in a clean, comfortble and affordable room. They have always been accomedating and even make it a point to try and put me in my same room everytime, which I greatly appreciate. Overall I reccomend this hotel for a good night stay.
have been staying at this hotel twice a month for almost 3 years and love it. The managers and staff are amazing people.
this is a clean hotel, the new beds are comfortable, the front desk agents made me feel like I was the only guest, the hotel was very clean and my room was quite, the location was easy access to Freeway and resturants-and lots more-
What can I say to even begin to describe the par excellence service, family like caring, attention to detail, superior cleanliness of the rooms and affordable price. Our trip here, from Northwest Idaho, was not without its problems...moving to the area, and husband driving truck with our things, me in our car with 3 of our dogs...got separated...Tom lost his cell phone...and what made our trip was the care given to us from this hotel...as we tried to reach each other. Never have we in our 60 plus years received such caring from virtual strangers. We are staying a few days now....but helped convince us that our move here, from California, us the right decision. Will stay here again, and would recommend anyone! Five stars is not enough!
First time in a Super 8 as I'm usually
at Motel 6 on one night travels. Room was large, they had hair dryers (they don't at M6) and Coffee. I like that you need your key to enter side doors for extra security.
Staff very pleasant and while you have a choice of a number of hotels I think this property for the money is a good choice.
Plenty of parking close to your room.
I'll book Super 8 in the future as well.
I was headed to Portland, OR from Salt Lake City Friday night before Christmas Day 2011. My car broke down and the tow truck driver dropped me and my dog off to see if they had a room and would allow my larger dog to stay. Sure enough, got right in. We ended up staying there for 3 days including Christmas day, Kathy and her staff could not have been nicer. She was full of information, helped me out on a number of fronts and was incredibly kind and compassionate when I was having such a difficult weekend. I recommend this hotel to anyone. I felt safe, it was very clean and affordable. Thank you so much Kathy. Java and I love you. I highly recommend this place. Hopefully I'll be back under better circumstances. Many thanks
Free coffee refills and budget rates make this motel tops with highway travelers..
The first Super 8 opened in Aberdeen, S.D., in 1974, charging $8.88 a night. Today, the national franchise, with its familiar red-and-yellow sign, still stands for dependable rooms at wallet-friendly prices. A staple for road-tripping families, truck drivers and tour groups, the motel offers complimentary morning coffee and continental breakfasts. Another perk for travelers: Super 8 travel cups may be refilled for free at any of the motel's locations.
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