About Greenville Inn & Suites
Conveniently situated off the Interstate 85 in Greenville, Greenville Inn & Suites offers great value for money and friendly service. The Falls Park on the Reedy and Greenville Zoo are just a six-minute drive from the hotel.
All traditional rooms offer conveniences like flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, microwaves, coffee makers, and private bathrooms. In addition, rollaway and extra beds are also available.
The hotel features a cozy lobby with a seating area, fitness room, business center, large meeting room, and laundry facilities. Moreover, Wi-Fi access and private parking are offered for free.
Complimentary hot and cold breakfast is served daily. Furthermore, Taco Bell, Augusta Grill, The Cheeseburger House, and Rick Erwin’s Westend Grille are some of the many dining options in the area.
Greenville Inn & Suites is within a five-minute drive from the Lewis Plaza Shopping Center, Sirrine Stadium, Warehouse Theater, and Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum.
Plenty of foods in the free breakfast
Despite being free of charge, you will be surprised at how generous the hotel is when it comes to the complimentary breakfast. Fried eggs are served fresh on a buffet warmer. There are hot biscuits, gravy, pastries, donuts, muffins, cornflakes, coffee, and cold orange drink. You no longer have to go outside for a sumptuous breakfast.
Ideal location-no problems buying extra supplies
There's a CVS pharmacy and a Home Depot just across the street. This means you don't have to worry if you forgot something from your home. Whether tools, hygiene products, clothes or other supplies you need urgently, you can just run outside and buy the stuff you require.
No trace of smoke in the non-smoking rooms
When the staffs at the front desk say the non-smoking rooms are smoke-free, believe them. You will smell no smoke in these rooms, nor will you see any trace of cigarette or cigarette marks. If you're meticulous and hate smoke, choose Quality Inn & Suites Greenville.
Poor signal, unclear dispay, some loose wires in the back of the component, empty batteries in the remote control - these are just some of the minor problems with the flat-screen TVs noted by the guests.
Lack of electric outlets
The shortages of outlets in the rooms seem to be a common issue with budget hotels. This may be a problem for guests who need multiple outlets to use their devices. Thus, bring an extension cord if you really have an important job to do while staying at this establishment.
Some rooms have cockroaches
Some guests have experienced seeing cockroaches in the bathroom sink and toilet. If these annoying insects really bother you, you can call for a housekeeping staff and let them deal with the issue.