by Amanda Geronikos
The Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Dubuque offers affordable rates for modern, comfortable guestrooms in Dubuque, Iowa. Each room has one king or two queen beds, plus a microwave and mini-fridge. Amenities include complimentary coffee in the lobby, free Wi-Fi and complimentary, continental breakfast (breads and cereals).
Check-in time is 3 p.m.; check-out is noon.
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This was a moldy smelling room, the shock was when we got back late and saw the bedding, dingy and yellow looking, how about some bleach the joke is it's too late to do anything about it. The breakfast area was about the size of our bedroom. The coffee was the only thing we tried and left, it was useless causing a major scene. It makes you wonder how choice hotels doesn't check these places periodically for things like this Room 210, super bad.
Just want to say that the family that runs this place are very pleasant. I was grossed out though when I got into the room. They said this style of room doesn't get rented out very often. It was a king with a jacuzzi tub (which we didn't care about). Room 128. The windows were open when we got into the room. The carpet had not been vacuumed in a while as grass was on the surface as well as other things. The nightstand tops had not been cleaned in a while as there was tobacco and water stains from cups or cans. Then I looked at the sheets. The pillow cases were dirty and then when I pulled back the covers I noticed all kinds of things on the sheets. I wanted them changed and they said that they had been. Anyway they did change them. Also the fridge and microwave didn't work until my husband told the owner to check the breakers. I looked around the room then and found a condom wrapper behind a nightstand. The next morning when my husband turned on the bathroom light, the last light bulb burnt out. They said they had never seen that style of bulb before and then went to Walmart to get new ones. We would not have stayed but it was Labor Day weekend and every thing that we knew of was booked up. This place does not deserve to belong to the Choice Hotel group. We were charged $130 with tax. Should have been compensated for it.