My spouse and I stayed at the Lenox Inn on 10/7/11. It was an effort getting there from our route through VT due to the flooding and resulting highway and bridge closures up north from hurricane Irene in August. What an economic disaster to the area for tourism! It is an older motel quite close to busy route 7/20, as described by other reviewers. We stayed in room 115 in the "L". It had a redone bath with all modern: large pedestal sink, toilet, bathtub, shower curtain and shower head. Toilets flushed, the water was hot. The hairdryer looked new. Besides the overhead light and fan, it had a very bright florescent light over the large mirror. No trouble for my husband to shave! There were the right amount of towels, washcloths, and handtowels. Cashmere Boquet soap, which smells so nice. The bathroom had a small window, as well as one in the back of the bedroom area, both with good locks. It was tastefully decorated, with a table and 2 highback chairs, and wall reading lamps by the kingsize bed. Large TV on the chest/credenza. The bed sheets smelled freshly washed. The pillows were a bit firm, but comfortable for me. The mattress was firm and comfortable. There is a bit of road noise but the curtains block a lot of it and it didn't keep me from falling asleep. I did wake in the middle of the night and thought a spaceship must have landed behind the room. It turned out to be the old dorm-size refrigerator/freezer combo that we plugged in, humming and singing. I didin't really notice it until all was quiet. It did keep everything cold or frozen though. There was parking right outside the door. Management seemed attentive, when we pulled in after dinner, we saw the night manager/owner peering out the office window and checking out the car and us. We didn't hear noise from any of the other guests during the night, and the place was at least half-full. There are plenty of restaurants and strip malls nearby. For the price, we would stay there again. Our room was fine.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in "The Heart of the Berkshires." The Lenox Inn offers its guests clean, comfortable, and affordable accommodations. Family-owned and operated, we take great pride in offering you the best of what the Berkshires has to offer. We are centrally located to many major attractions such as the Tanglewood Music Festival, Hancock Shaker Village, Bosquet Ski area, Jacobs Pillow, and the Norman Rockwell Museum. ... more less
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