Quality Inn Spanish Fork40.12459, -111.64426
ex. western inn - spanish fork
The 2-star Western Inn - Spanish Fork is set about 13 km from Utah Valley Convention Center. The hotel was built in 1996 and refurbished in 2011.
Guests can easily get to Seven Peaks Resort Water Park, which is approximately 13 km away. It is located 74 km from Salt Lake City and 2 km from the center of Spanish Fork.
The hotel allows quick access to a valley and lakes.
Western Inn - Spanish Fork is within a 20-minute drive to Provo airport.
While staying at Western Inn - Spanish Fork guests can make use of free wireless internet, climate control, a private safe, cable TV and a microwave provided in the rooms. Bathrooms are appointed with a bathtub, a shower and a hairdryer.
Eat & Drink
The dining options include a perfect continental breakfast served daily. Guests can enjoy American and Mexican cuisine in Wingers located 150 meters away.
Free self-parking, a baggage storage and a vending machine along with a conference room, a photocopier and a fax are also at guests' disposal.
Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms for free.
Public parking is possible at a location nearby for free.
Year renovated: 2011. Number of rooms: 47.
Free Wi-Fi in rooms
Off-site car park
- Continental breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms
- Air conditioning
Rooms and availability
2 Double beds
- City landmarks
Amiable front staff. Clean room. Accomodating.
Very difficult to access with the night time construction and closure of freeway exits. Took 45 minutes to finally find the "secret" access. A warning of the situation and directions around the construction would have been helpful and appreciated.
It was very clean and had a pleasant atmosphere about it
Western Inn is right off the interstate and is very easy to find (although current construction made the exit a little tricky). The rooms were clean and nice for the price.
We had 2 rooms. The air conditioning didn't work in one of the rooms. The maintenance man tried to fix it and did get air circulating, but it never was working properly. Fortunately, it wasn't one of the 90+ days, but it was still uncomfortable.
room smelled, tv outdated, air conditioner didn't cool very well, and beds were uncomfortable
They excepted pets.
The room Did not smell good. The bedspread had crumbs on it. The light over the sink was so dim it was difficult to put on make up or shave in front of. When we called the front desk for assistance with this matter, we were tols the manager used energy efficient lights. We thought one was out, they did not offer to check and see or put in a brighter bulb. One key card did not work al all, the other only the first time.
They did not have my reservation when I got there. They had messed it up and had it for the night before so had me as a no show. My sister who was staying with me had to book it on the spot under her name. We are lucky they didn't fill our room. Very annoying!!!!! What good is it to book and confirm ahead of time if when you get there you have no reservation!!
The breakfest in the morning could be a lot better. Could have some fruit. Donuts. The bread was cold. could have been fresh. The only jam was grape.
The beakfast was late and not good.....
Very accesible and staff are accomodating.
No elevator & breakfast is the same the whole 4 days we were there.
I would: 1) Make the lighting over the sink so I could see - it is way too dim. I could only imagine if a lady were to put on makeup using the bathroom mirror there. 2) Add a towel bar by the sink area so I could hang my towel there instead of laying them on the sink. 3) Get with the 21st century and replace CRT type of TV with a high-definition flat panel, then get HD cable. Not as high on my list but would be great: 1) Get a coffee maker in the room. 2) Get a PC in the lobby with a flat panel monitor instead of the bulky CRT type of monitor (that needs a phone book propped under it to get to eye-level. Again, the bulky CRT type of monitor SCREAMS "outmoded" and "we're not staying with the times". 3) Get a printer for the PC in the lobby so I can print out my boarding pass when I'm ready to leave. 4) Add a sheer curtain behind the regular window curtain. Little things like this will make it easier to ask for a higher rate AND you might get people to return. I'm in Provo about 4-5 times a year. I watch my travel expenses but if a place is about the same quality as a motel 6 I'd rather spend a few extra bucks and get a much better place.
Difficult to access from roadway. Also a low end property. Sign in room warns you not to steal the linen!
No water pressure. Air conditioning unit made loud noise, we were unable to use it. Room was clean but had overwhelming floral smell. Would have changes hotels but none available in the area. Freeway near hotel was completely under construction difficult to get on and off freeway.
For the price $59 It was great. Rooms and lobby and hallways look as if remodeled within a year. Stale room smell which cleared with air conditioner. Noise level OK some highway noise. Not premium lines but more than adequate
light over sink is dim could not see well to aply makeup no elevator for luggage towels thin and old