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The price was good despite having a coupon that they said was a misprint and would not accept. Still got a good price with military discount only $10 more. Everything was ok except the bath mat had lotsa mold and breakfast wasn’t as exciting as...More
We have visited Clarksville once a year for the past three years. We decided to try the Rodeway Inn this year due to the excellent reviews. First, the rooms are updated, quiet, and very clean. This is always top priority. However, if you do an...More
We chose this hotel to get a break from Motel 6. They said pets welcome but what they didn’t say was there is a $20 pet fee. If we had known that ahead of time we would’ve stayed at Motel 6. The room was very...More
It was my first time here but other guests at breakfast were remarking how nice the new renovations were to the motel as they had stayed either frequently or when it was the Comfort Inn. The staff as very friendly. Our room was clean, nice...More
I stayed here for two weeks and I must say it was delightful. The front desk lady wasn't super friendly but she wasn't mean and nasty, either --- just very businesslike and willing to address any problems. My room was a double bed with fridge...More
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I stayed there for 9 r 10 days over the Christmas and New Year season. I don't remember seeing any dogs there, but I would call them or see what the conditions are on their website. The owners and employees are all extremely... More
I stayed there for 9 r 10 days over the Christmas and New Year season. I don't remember seeing any dogs there, but I would call them or see what the conditions are on their website. The owners and employees are all extremely kind and resourceful. It could be possible that they have some rooms set aside for pets, especially since this is a military town and many visiting servicemen or veterans who suffer from PTSD (post trumatic stress) would have a dog with them. I hope this helps.