Road tripped from Kansas to Vancouver, Bc. Stopped at the Super8 in Ogden and the staff was friendly and helpful. The lobby was modern and updated. The rooms had nice Tv's and the hotel itself was quiet. Slept like a baby. Good hotel for the $$. If I stop in Ogden on the way back I would stay here again. We have a dog and it is a pet friendly hotel that doesn't charge ridiculous deposits, etc. for animals.
15 W 1550 SBrigham City, UT 84302
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332 W Park LnFarmington, UT 84025
From Business: Hampton Inn & Suites Farmington, offers a comfortable stay in beautiful Farmington, UT. Our stylish hotel is located 15 miles north of Salt Lake City and Salt Lak…
Straightforward rooms, adequate breakfast with options from yogurt fruit oatmeal to waffles and bagels. Nothing luxurious but everything you need (microwave tv fridge) in a clean room. Like 2 minutes off the interstate so that makes getting back on turbo road nice the next morning. There is a gas station in front of The hotel that looks a little sketchy but the guests in the room were very pleasant.
Very nice place, comfortable room beds were good, pillows a little soft. Front desk was very accommodating and even gave us the garden cart to bring in baggage. Nice std breakfast. Place was quiet and secure.
Surprisingly large room and a typical Super 8 so it's showing a little wear and tear, but pretty good over all. Clean and a good mattresses. Breakfast is lame and not worth anything IMO. The A/C was excellent and kept the room nice and cool on a very hot day!
I make a long drive about 5 times a year and stay in Ogden on the return trip. I've discovered this little affordable gem. My dog stays for a very reasonable rate, the rooms are always clean, the staff is friendly and helpful, and the many travel stations and restaurants in the area make it a much better stop than Brigham City. It's not 5 stars because the parking area is getting kind of beaten up, but other than that, you can't really go wrong staying here.
My stay was nice and affordable. All you have to do is ask for the WiFi password and that makes using gadgets and technology convenient. Shawn (owner), takes care of and is constantly upgrading. He is easy to work with, as long as you don't case any troubre. Convenient location with access to free way and near plenty of restaraunts a street over.
At first I was Leary about staying there but it turned out better than motel 6 this place has a microwave & mini fridge unlike motel 6 I would rate this motel a 6 outta 10
If there was a way to put a negative in front of the star I'd have selected every star. DISGUSTING VOMIT ON THE WALLS AND CARPETS DIRTY COCKROACHES!!! BEDBUGS !!!!!! DRUGGIES(I'm talking about the owner and employees, and yes, some of the guests perhaps too) DIRTY cops always busting someone's room, homeless people in stairwells, everything is filthy. Abandoned motel rooms with broken out walls and shattered windows literally beside and behind others they're renting out. No heat in one building, don't worry, they'll give you a space heater then your power will be out for hours at a time. Fell on hard times and stayed there couple weeks, bad enough they turned off water for literally 2+weeks, they gave us key to use other buildings shower and toilet, only to have my friend point out the bugs all over the comforter, like, WTF you could literally see them everywhere!! Had to throw out everything I brought into the room to shower, God forbid if they were in the other waterless rooms IDK?!? The cleaning guy/maintenance/bouncer is a real piece of work. Foot of snow and ice in the parking lot with a snow plow parked, lol, think maybe they could at least try?!? Beats homeless, but that's about as far as this place goes.
bedbugs, flies, rude owners... ahh, just what a vacation should be...:(
Over priced rooms for low- fair quality rooms & maid service sucks (cause u can't get any here)