Stayed here while visiting carrizo for a family reunion. Nice, clean & comfortable rooms. Although it's not a traditional motel, it was very reasonably priced compared to the other places in town which are a lot more expensive due to the oil & gas boom. If you're a large group (4+ persons), you can get a suite with 2 or 3 rooms and kitchen + dining room. The person on the phone was very accommodating and made sure I had the directions to the lodge. Highly recommend this place for a short visit or extended stay.
Not a bad place to stay. Friendly staff, good price, very clean. I've stayed there on two separate occasions for work, and while it's not a luxurious cushy place, it's perfectly fine for a place to spend the night. There are three rooms per trailer- one on one end, and two on the other end, with the kitchen area separating the one room from the other two. My only complaint would be that if you get one of the rooms adjacent to each other, you might be hearing the neighbor's TV all night like I did last time. You can drown out the noise by running the exhaust fan in the bathroom. Otherwise, the place is great for work-related travel.
Excellent customer service and very friendly manager, it is not a conventional motel from out side but certainly just as comfortable with a full kitchen and large closet , very cozy and comfortable, neatly done rooms and clean restrooms.
Okay, the guy who answered the phone was very friendly and apparently helpful, but really --this is a grouping of trailers (jacked up, leveled, but no wheels visible). The rooms have 2 full size beds in a space approximately 12 feet by 12 feet. No table of any kind, no desk. The alleged free wifi service did not work when I stayed here. There were 3 separate rooms in our trailer and a communal kitchen, which I had no desire to visit. The smell of someone cooking greasy food was a bit nauseating. My co-worker quit the place after 15 minutes because of the smell and a bug in his bed. (to clarify: NOT a bedbug, just a bug.) The place is obviously fairly new as everything was new, sheets, bathroom fixtures, carpeting, all in excellent condition, but this was IN NO WAY A HOTEL. It may be the cheapest place in town, but then I recommend that you head up the highway to Crystal City and find a better, nicer, actual hotel --and it is worth paying another $20 or $30 to stay in an actual hotel.…
Stayed here during my last visit for work. Great customer service starts as soon as you call to make reservations. The rooms were cozy and were kept very clean compared to many other places i have stayed here in Carrizo Springs. Also this place was a good value for money being one of the cheapest in town. I would definitely stay here the next time i visit and recommend it to others who want a good basic accommodation for their visit to Carrizo Springs.