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About Quality Inn, Alpine

Choice Hotels International, Inc. is a hospitality holding corporation based in Rockville, Maryland, in the United States. The company owns the hotel and motel brands Comfort Inn, Comfort Suites, Quality Inn, Sleep Inn, Clarion, Cambria Hotel & Suites, Mainstay Suites, Suburban Extended Stay, Econo Lodge, Rodeway Inn, and Ascend Hotel Collection. The company manages 6,379 properties worldwide. There were 505,278 rooms, with approximately $45.80 in revenue per room, totaling $758 million in revenue as of April 2016.


Overview of Quality Inn

Walking past the city of Alpine, you will come across Quality Inn. If you have enough time to explore the interiors of the city, you will pass by Quality Inn.

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  • Pros: very friendly, courteous staff Very clean well stocked room Quiet Nice size pool Comfortable bed ( I love the small pillows) Cons: refrigerator not very cold and no way to control temp No plastic liner for ice bin. Hot tub not hot ( I know it's summer but some of us old folks need just a little more heat) No hotel or town attractions notebook in room ( first Quality Inn that I've stayed at that didn't have one.) OVERALL, I would stay here again and recommend to others.

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  • Okay place. Cleaning crew is not very good. Breakfast was good but no forks one day. Front desk folks are very nice.

  • No elevator for all of our stuff and the kids we have to haul up and down the stairs. The room was super hot when we checked in. I am a grown man and literally have to use my whole body to open the bathroom door everytime, because the floor is raised and stops the door. It is also the tiniest thing in existence. The side door to the hotel doesn't open even with your key. Way overpriced for the extremely low end experience my family and I endured. I don't leave reviews for places hardly ever, so you could say I kind of felt I needed to with this place. Peace out, Quality Inn.

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  • Stay here only if you like sleeping in used dirty sheets, not having room AC when it is 100+ degrees outside, and not sleeping a wink. Hotel room walls/ceiling extremely thin and you WILL here the person above/next to you all night long. Mildew/mold in both rooms (124 and 226) we stayed in. Hotel run by a bunch of high school students who don't care that you are spending $150 a night on a low budget hotel room. Price gouging at its finest for an out in the middle of no where hotel. Will not return or recommend. There is a nice Hampton Inn and Holiday Inn up the road.

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  • Stayed 3 nights while leaving son at SRU. Extended stay 4 more nights, due to mandatory evacuation in our coastal county, bec of hurricane Harvey. #1 Very satisfied w friendly staff w great customer service! Clean room, good breakfast. Appreciated available laundry room. Quality Inn will be our first choice, on future trips, bec of great customer service and affordable price. Thank You!

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