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Featuring an indoor pool and hot tub, this Super 8 is located in Portsmouth. This motel offers a garden, a business center and barbecue facilities. Free WiFi access is available. Love the staff were very nice and helpful always greeted us with a smile and were always super nice! Would recommend this motel to everybody it's very clean, comfortable, & staff are very helpful and super nice!
Holiday Inn Portsmouth Downtown, a 3-star hotel, is a property located in Portsmouth. This 3-star hotel offers free WiFi and provides guest with an indoor pool. The best hotel in ptown, hands down! Everyone is always so nice and the bed is soooo comfy! 10/10 😃
Located in Argillite, 19 miles from Highlands Museum and Discovery Center and 16 miles from Sundowner Golf Course, Greenbo Lake State Resort Park has accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning, a... Room was very clean and the lady that checked us in was kind and helpful. I do wish the menu was a bit broader but with Covid it was understandable. Enjoyed our stay very much. Hope to return
Located within 20 miles of Marshall University and 21 miles of Joan C. Edwards Stadium, TownePlace Suites by Marriott Ironton provides rooms in Ironton. Good breakfast and we loved that the pool was open all night. I would definitely stay here again.
Located 20 miles from Marshall University, Holiday Inn Express & Suites Ironton, an IHG Hotel offers 2-star accommodations in Ironton and has barbecue facilities. Everything was clean, nice, and just right for what we were looking for on our weekend stay. Beds were comfortable and the breakfast was good.
Offering mountain views, Carter Caves State Resort Park in Olive Hill has accommodations, a shared lounge, a restaurant and a tennis court. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. The location, room, balcony, restaurant, and trails were incredible. After staying a quick night there and a few hours on the trails, we wished we had spent more time! Next time we will stay longer!
There are some very interesting points of interest, especially for negro league baseball buffs and wonderful old architecture, but like so many cities, drugs and unemployment have ravaged the place. Do your touring during the day and keep your wits about you. Over all, there are much to see and I visited and worked there many times without incident.
The hotel bedding was filthy. Stained. Dried blood on the mattress protector, stained mascara on pillow case, what looked like dried snot on sheet and stains unknown. Several of the other guests staying there were fighting and yelling at each other throughout the night. You could smell cigarette and pot smoke in the building that is supposed to non smoking facility. Booking.com should not have this listed as an option and we should have received a full refund fir how bad our experience was. This is not a family/kid friendly hotel. We would have left but it was late, we were three hours away from home and unfamiliar with area. We checked promptly the next morning. The staff was nice and apologetic but were not able to fix or control the situation. We called front desk multiple times and spoke with manager in morning.
Family lives there. Town is a old steal mill town And pretty run down, no major eating places, most electrifying local eateries. Major by-passes around the city. The flood wall was a good attraction. On the Ohio River.
Portsmouth isn’t very clean place and also bunch of drugs and drug paraphernalia laying on ground a lot of places I’ve been to or went to you see needles laying on ground and caps it’s gross n dangerous!
This trip was to go to Lucasville Trade Days and then to the river in Portsmouth to see the floodwall murals. However, the weather did not cooperate and once it started raining the plan to see the murals was tanked. That will have to be done some other time. My friend & I went into Portsmouth & ate pizza which was very good but then the rain started so that pretty much ended the day.
All of surrounding area was flooded. Some streets were all tore up and improvements were being made to city streets. The choice of good hotels in Portsmouth are horrible. We have stayed in about all hotels (we visit family in Portsmouth once or twice a year) and cant believe the conditions. One in particular is overpriced and conditions are not much better. The murals are great and the Dari-Cream (2nd street dairy bar) are absolutely great.