Affordable Corporate Suites

★★★☆☆
  • 1210 Long Meadows Dr

    Lynchburg, VA 24502

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  • 434-239-1015

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Stay as far away from this place as possible!!! You should all be aware that that this place censors and blocks internet sites. I'm not even talking about sites that may be considered questionable by some, but 100% legal and legitimate sites like hulu.com. If you rely on such sites to keep up with your TV programming, this is not the place to stay. And don't expect to do a Google search with your settings set to anything than the the most restrictive safesearch settings either, as you will be defaulted to that.

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Stay as far away from this place as possible!!! You should all be aware that that this place censors and blocks internet sites. I'm not even talking about sites that may be considered questionable by some, but 100% legal and legitimate sites like hulu.com. If you rely on such sites to keep up with your TV programming, this is not the place to stay. And don't expect to do a Google search with your settings set to anything than the the most restrictive safesearch settings either, as you will be defaulted to that.

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Everything about my stay was excellent. Geat location, close to shopping, Restrants, easy to fine.
Rooms are clean, and well maintained

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Everything about my stay was excellent. Geat location, close to shopping, Restrants, easy to fine.
Rooms are clean, and well maintained

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I had read the previous reviews before deciding to rent here. I have lived here for nearly a month and intend to extend my stay another month. I have throughly enjoyed living here temporarily. The manager is a delight and my experience has been great. The rooms are clean, the weekly maid service is great. I keep a neat home in the first place, but I can tell when the maid has been in as everything is in order, clean, and smells nice.
I have NOT been solicited for tips of any kind. This is a well run establishment for couples and singles needing a safe place to stay for a reasonable rate.
I would recommend staying here if you are an adult in attitude and spirit. It's a SAFE, CLEAN, WELL MAINTAINED, and WONDERFULLY MANAGED.

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I had read the previous reviews before deciding to rent here. I have lived here for nearly a month and intend to extend my stay another month. I have throughly enjoyed living here temporarily. The manager is a delight and my experience has been great. The rooms are clean, the weekly maid service is great. I keep a neat home in the first place, but I can tell when the maid has been in as everything is in order, clean, and smells nice.
I have NOT been solicited for tips of any kind. This is a well run establishment for couples and singles needing a safe place to stay for a reasonable rate.
I would recommend staying here if you are an adult in attitude and spirit. It's a SAFE, CLEAN, WELL MAINTAINED, and WONDERFULLY MANAGED.

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The Affordable Corporate Suites are situated in a quiet section of Lynchburg right off the highway. They are the most affordable efficiency hotel in the area, at $965 per month. Cheaper than the name brand Extended Stay, but it's still $965 per month for a tiny hotel room which is no paltry fee.

The rooms are laid out in such a manner that they are two rooms; a living room with a kitchenette and a bedroom separated by a hallway where the bathroom is located. The layout is ideal, especially if you have two people who may not always go to bed at the exact same time.

The bed was comfortable. The living room furniture however was very old, stiff, and tiny. The sofa and chair were not in the least bit ideal for sitting and may as well have not even been there.

Housekeeping takes place once a week, but you are expected to basically clean the whole room yourself. If there is even a single glass left on the counter in the kitchenette you will get a bad "report card" on the day of your service. If you happen to be around when the housekeeper is there, in your room or not, you will be solicited for tips. Even when you elect to do all of your own linens and don't even want their towels (which have an odd smell, something like burnt hair) you will receive such solicitation.

The apartment manager treats you in a manner that would only be tolerated of your slightly bitchy grandmother. If you love staying with such a relative then I would suggest that option before paying a grand a month for the privilege. She is nosy. She is judgmental. She doesn't seem to be glad or even care whether the room is spoken for, for any length of time. Apparently she gets paid either way, because she will treat you as if you staying in the hotel is somehow a burden on her day.

I was stuck in this situation with my husband for two months. He got a new job that required us to be in the area for two months. The company was paying for the hotel. I left the area early, mostly to stop feeling like I was walking on egg shells while living there. He received the bad room report card the same week I left, and when he took it to the manager he explained that I was gone and not doing the chores, which was the reason for the left dish.

Anne informed him that I was very lazy and didn't clean the room well enough anyhow. She went on to comment to him about me playing computer games and smoking cigarettes (NOT in the room, mind you. Outside since it is a non smoking establishment.) None of this being any of her business, and probably wouldn??t have even come up if it weren??t for the fact that we were staying for two months ?? which for any other hotel manager would be a good thing, since we booked in advance and knew the duration of our stay in advance. Frankly what I do while I??m paying you $965 a month for a room is none of your damned business, if I??m not burning the place down or disturbing others; especially if I??m being badgered by the manager or solicited for tips by the housekeeper (and, by the way, if you get a nasty report card in your room for a single dish, that housekeeper sure as hell didn??t deserve a tip in the first place. A tip for someone with an hourly wage is for going above and beyond, not doing what??s expected of you! I??ve waited tables, believe me. They deserve their tips, this housekeeper most certainly did not!)

Once again, if I wanted to pay for the privilege of staying with my nosy, crotchety grandmother (who happened to have a paid housekeeper) I most certainly would have done so. I wouldn??t recommend staying at this location to my worst enemy. No one should have to pay to be treated like fourth day guests for any length of time. I expect to be treated as a paying guest ?? with all the frills, not the stress - when I??m paying to be a guest.

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The Affordable Corporate Suites are situated in a quiet section of Lynchburg right off the highway. They are the most affordable efficiency hotel in the area, at $965 per month. Cheaper than the name brand Extended Stay, but it's still $965 per month for a tiny hotel room which is no paltry fee.

The rooms are laid out in such a manner that they are two rooms; a living room with a kitchenette and a bedroom separated by a hallway where the bathroom is located. The layout is ideal, especially if you have two people who may not always go to bed at the exact same time.

The bed was comfortable. The living room furniture however was very old, stiff, and tiny. The sofa and chair were not in the least bit ideal for sitting and may as well have not even been there.

Housekeeping takes place once a week, but you are expected to basically clean the whole room yourself. If there is even a single glass left on the counter in the kitchenette you will get a bad "report card" on the day of your service. If you happen to be around when the housekeeper is there, in your room or not, you will be solicited for tips. Even when you elect to do all of your own linens and don't even want their towels (which have an odd smell, something like burnt hair) you will receive such solicitation.

The apartment manager treats you in a manner that would only be tolerated of your slightly bitchy grandmother. If you love staying with such a relative then I would suggest that option before paying a grand a month for the privilege. She is nosy. She is judgmental. She doesn't seem to be glad or even care whether the room is spoken for, for any length of time. Apparently she gets paid either way, because she will treat you as if you staying in the hotel is somehow a burden on her day.

I was stuck in this situation with my husband for two months. He got a new job that required us to be in the area for two months. The company was paying for the hotel. I left the area early, mostly to stop feeling like I was walking on egg shells while living there. He received the bad room report card the same week I left, and when he took it to the manager he explained that I was gone and not doing the chores, which was the reason for the left dish.

Anne informed him that I was very lazy and didn't clean the room well enough anyhow. She went on to comment to him about me playing computer games and smoking cigarettes (NOT in the room, mind you. Outside since it is a non smoking establishment.) None of this being any of her business, and probably wouldn??t have even come up if it weren??t for the fact that we were staying for two months ?? which for any other hotel manager would be a good thing, since we booked in advance and knew the duration of our stay in advance. Frankly what I do while I??m paying you $965 a month for a room is none of your damned business, if I??m not burning the place down or disturbing others; especially if I??m being badgered by the manager or solicited for tips by the housekeeper (and, by the way, if you get a nasty report card in your room for a single dish, that housekeeper sure as hell didn??t deserve a tip in the first place. A tip for someone with an hourly wage is for going above and beyond, not doing what??s expected of you! I??ve waited tables, believe me. They deserve their tips, this housekeeper most certainly did not!)

Once again, if I wanted to pay for the privilege of staying with my nosy, crotchety grandmother (who happened to have a paid housekeeper) I most certainly would have done so. I wouldn??t recommend staying at this location to my worst enemy. No one should have to pay to be treated like fourth day guests for any length of time. I expect to be treated as a paying guest ?? with all the frills, not the stress - when I??m paying to be a guest.

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We were looking for a place to stay while I attended a one week class at Liberty, and this place, although nice, would not let children stay on the property. Thought that was a terrible policy for a hotel. This would be ok for a single person only.

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We were looking for a place to stay while I attended a one week class at Liberty, and this place, although nice, would not let children stay on the property. Thought that was a terrible policy for a hotel. This would be ok for a single person only.

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