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  • 3608 Kahn Dr

    Lumberton, NC 28358

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The Quality Inn & Suites in Lumberton, North Carolina caught my eye as we drove south because of billboard advertising $59.95 a night and a free breakfast. With four kids, it might mean we would need two rooms. The desk clerk couldnt have been more pleasant. He checked us in and gave us electronic key-cards. We drove around the two-story building with interior corridors.

Instead of two rooms we selected a suite. This was $89.95 with my AAA discount. It consisted of two double beds, and a convertible queen sofa in a walled-off part of the room. There was also a microwave and small refrigerator in the room along with a table and two chairs. Televisions were present in both sections of the suite with a good selection of channels. Other features were a 4-cup coffee-maker and an alarm clock on the table between the two double beds along with the phone and a lamp for reading.

We had no problems sleeping, and the beds were fairly comfortable. No noises from the highway woke us through the night, nor noise from our neighbors at any time during the night or early morning. The next morning we really saw the hotel for the first time. My first impression when wed walked in was that it was clean and in fairly decent shape and that was my impression by daylight as well. There was a little wear-n-tear, but nothing major or alarming. The bathroom was bright and clean. There were soaps, shampoo, and lotion along with a note that if youd forgotten anything the front desk could help you.

The free continental breakfast was a bit on the sparse side, but not bad. There was coffee, tea, orange juice, apple juice, milk, cereals, bagels, donuts, toast, and some canned fruit. Not a tremendous selection, but enough to feed us and get us out on the road again. A complimentary USA Today was also available at the front desk.

The motel has a bar and restaurant. We looked at the pool and it looked clean and well taken care of, if a bit on the small side. Checkout was smooth.

PROS: clean rooms, friendly staff
CONS: breakfast a bit sparse

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★★★☆☆

The Quality Inn & Suites in Lumberton, North Carolina caught my eye as we drove south because of billboard advertising $59.95 a night and a free breakfast. With four kids, it might mean we would need two rooms. The desk clerk couldnt have been more pleasant. He checked us in and gave us electronic key-cards. We drove around the two-story building with interior corridors.

Instead of two rooms we selected a suite. This was $89.95 with my AAA discount. It consisted of two double beds, and a convertible queen sofa in a walled-off part of the room. There was also a microwave and small refrigerator in the room along with a table and two chairs. Televisions were present in both sections of the suite with a good selection of channels. Other features were a 4-cup coffee-maker and an alarm clock on the table between the two double beds along with the phone and a lamp for reading.

We had no problems sleeping, and the beds were fairly comfortable. No noises from the highway woke us through the night, nor noise from our neighbors at any time during the night or early morning. The next morning we really saw the hotel for the first time. My first impression when wed walked in was that it was clean and in fairly decent shape and that was my impression by daylight as well. There was a little wear-n-tear, but nothing major or alarming. The bathroom was bright and clean. There were soaps, shampoo, and lotion along with a note that if youd forgotten anything the front desk could help you.

The free continental breakfast was a bit on the sparse side, but not bad. There was coffee, tea, orange juice, apple juice, milk, cereals, bagels, donuts, toast, and some canned fruit. Not a tremendous selection, but enough to feed us and get us out on the road again. A complimentary USA Today was also available at the front desk.

The motel has a bar and restaurant. We looked at the pool and it looked clean and well taken care of, if a bit on the small side. Checkout was smooth.

PROS: clean rooms, friendly staff
CONS: breakfast a bit sparse

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