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How To Contact Microtel Corporate Office Headquarters

Microtel Inn and Suites by Wyndham
Wyndham Hotel Group
22 Sylvan Way
Parsippany, New Jersey, NJ 07054 USA
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 4090,
Aberdeen, SD 57401
Corporate Phone Number: 1-973-428-9700
Online Website: Microtel.com
Reservations: 1-800-824-2082
En Espanõl: 1-888-304-6835
Corporate Phone Number: 1-973-428-9700
Customer Support Phone Number: 1-888-222-2142

Microtel is part of the Wyndham group of hotels. Those hotels include Registry, Wyndham Grand, Dolce, Wyndham, TRYP, Espelender, Dazzler, TM Trademark, Alltra, LaQuinta, Wingate, Wyndham Garden, AmericInn, Baymont, Ramada, Ramada Encore, Travelodge, Days Inn, Super 8, Howard Johnson, and Hawthorn Suites.

Microtel’s main competitors in the value hotel space include, Comfort Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Hilton, Fairfield Inn, Staybridge Suites, Springhill Suites, Best Western, Red Roof Inn, Clarion, Homewood Suites, and The Residence Inn.

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  1. Microtel Philadelphia (located on Tinicum Blvd) is disgusting. Staff is rude. Pictures online ARE NOT THIS HOTEL. Beware! Chose to leave hotel even though I lost my money because it was so disgusting.

     
  2. The Microtel Inn in Holland, Michigan is the worst hotel/motel I have ever stayed in. There was no one at the counter most of the time. Breakfast was cleaned up every day before the aloted time. My partner is hearing impaired, there were no subtitles on the television. The sheets and towels were stained and looked dirty. The halls were noisy. The carpet on the third floor was missing in front of the elevator. The elevator did not go completely up to the third floor and was a severe tripping hazard and created a problem bringing luggage in on the cart. The carpet in the stairway was very dirty and smelled. Our final night of our stay (after watching movies each night, turned up because of no subtitles) we received two nasty calls about the television volume. We explained that my partner is hearing impaired. Finished our movie and went to bed. When we checked out the next day I was told we are not welcome at this location because of the volume of the television the night before. I asked for the managers name and was told he was not available to talk with me. I informed them I would be contacting corporate office and Priceline concerning this treatment. I will make sure to review this motel on every booking site I can find and rest assured, I will never stay at another Microtel Inn or any Wyndham associated hotel/motel. I will also be reporting this to the handicapped governing agencies. We have never been treated so badly and we travel a lot.

     
  3. Microtel at Murfreesboro, Tn. could use an interior room makeover. Very dated. I stay at Microtel for 2 reasons. Consistently comfortable bed and decent HDTV with decent programming.

     
  4. We had a very bad experience that was jointly a problem between the reservation service for Microtel and the Microtel Hotel in Lillington on Sunday October 9, 2016 in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. After loosing power in our home and being unable to find a hotel nearby in Fayetteville, my wife called the reservation service for the Microtel hotel chain. After speaking with the reservation service, we were told that they would require a $100 deposit and requested our credit card number to reserve the room that we were told would cost $85 per night and also that we should be prepared to pay cash for the room. We made the journey from Fayetteville to Lillington on HWY 401 which had been closed due to a fallen tree in the roadway near Erwin and had to redirect on some back roads to arrive just outside of Lillington around 10:30 pm. Shortly thereafter the GPS on our phone notified us that we had arrived at our destination in the pitch black of night. There was not one light on that we could see that identified this as the hotel we were expecting to find. We drove around to the side and found the door open with a few candles lit and the staff acting like it was business as usual and asking for our reservation number. Because we were concerned that our credit card would be charged for not checking in we reluctantly to entered and were told that the room would not be $85 as we had been told over the phone but the best that they supposedly could do was $99 plus tax and since their computer and electricity were down that we would have to pay in cash. I was very upset because we had been on the road for a few hours and the reservation agent didn't bother to let us know that there wasn't any power at the hotel or that the reason we were unable to reach the hotel by phone was because of the problems they were having there. It really sickened me how we were taken advantage of in this situation and the whole thing seemed to have the feel of a "bait and switch". My daughter who was also distressed over how we left our own home with no electricity and was asking if she could go sleep out in the car. She could see no reason why we left our home to find ourselves in an terrible situation in unfamiliar surroundings. In retrospect, I have to agree that we would have been better off just staying at home. The staff seemed only concerned with how much money they could get out of us and instead of trying to help us they just pointed out how the other Microtels closer to Raleigh were already booking up. And would it surprise you to know that they didn't even want to provide me with a receipt of any kind to verify that we had paid to stay here. I'm very disappointed and believe me that I will think long and hard before I ever stay at a Microtel again. My question to you is why do you continue to take reservations at an establishment without power. Other hotels in Fayetteville were refusing to accept any new guests until their water situation was resolved. The right thing to do would be to not inconvenience me and my family when you cannot provide the appropriate accommodations and certainly not to charge like it's a great place to stay.

     
  5. We had a very bad experience that was jointly a problem between the reservation service for Microtel and the Microtel Hotel in Lillington on Sunday October 9, 2016 in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. After loosing power in our home and being unable to find a hotel nearby in Fayetteville, my wife called the reservation service for the Microtel hotel chain. After speaking with the reservation service, we were told that they would require a $100 deposit and requested our credit card number to reserve the room that we were told would cost $85 per night and also that we should be prepared to pay cash for the room. We made the journey from Fayetteville to Lillington on HWY 401 which had been closed due to a fallen tree in the roadway near Erwin and had to redirect on some back roads to arrive just outside of Lillington around 10:30 pm. Shortly thereafter the GPS on our phone notified us that we had arrived at our destination in the pitch black of night. There was not one light on that we could see that identified this as the hotel we were expecting to find. We drove around to the side and found the door open with a few candles lit and the staff acting like it was business as usual and asking for our reservation number. Because we were concerned that our credit card would be charged for not checking in we reluctantly to entered and were told that the room would not be $85 as we had been told over the phone but the best that they supposedly could do was $99 plus tax and since their computer and electricity were down that we would have to pay in cash. I was very upset because we had been on the road for a few hours and the reservation agent didn't bother to let us know that there wasn't any power at the hotel or that the reason we were unable to reach the hotel by phone was because of the problems they were having there. It really sickened me how we were taken advantage of in this situation and the whole thing seemed to have the feel of a "bait and switch". My daughter who was also distressed over how we left our own home with no electricity and was asking if she could go sleep out in the car. She could see no reason why we left our home to find ourselves in an terrible situation in unfamiliar surroundings. In retrospect, I have to agree that we would have been better off just staying at home. The staff seemed only concerned with how much money they could get out of us and instead of trying to help us they just pointed out how the other Microtels closer to Raleigh were already booking up. And would it surprise you to know that they didn't even want to provide me with a receipt of any kind to verify that we had paid to stay here. I'm very disappointed and believe me that I will think long and hard before I ever stay at a Microtel again. My question to you is why do you continue to take reservations at an establishment without power. Other hotels in Fayetteville were refusing to accept any new guests until their water situation was resolved. The right thing to do would be to not inconvenience me and my family when you cannot provide the appropriate accommodations and certainly not to charge like it's a great place to stay.

     
  6. Stay at Microtel in Raleigh, NC.. Don't stay here..sleep in your car. The carpet was so bad I would not take my shoes off, bugs in the bathroom. broken furniture, no air condition in the lobby, and I could go on and on. The breakfast was horrible to boot!! And they charged me for 5 nights when we only stayed two and could not stand it any more. Spoke to several supervisors and sent an email and voice message to the CEO and two weeks later I still don't have my money back in my account. This company needs to be closed down!!!

     
  7. Microtel Klamath Falls, OR…very upset that the "Rip City Riders 415" are allowed to come to this motel and basically take it over! Bikes are parked under the the whole car port. It is a fire hazard and an obstruction to other guests. At 1:22am and 2:06am they decide to rev the engine. They had already been told once to stop. This is unnacceptable at a place where other people are PAID guests. I have been here 7 dwys and will cancel the last day here. From what I heard they did this last year.

     
  8. Microtel Inn and Suites in Joplin Mo.They treat there housekeeping like crap. They dont turn on the air conditioning so u can clean the rooms with out passing out. It very hot on the second floor . No air in hallways and they get mad at u if u turn the air conditioning on in the rooms so u can work without haveing to wipe sweat from ur face so much . There is never enough laundry so u dont have to go back downstairs to get stuff. They cut corners on a lot of things like towels if there is a stain fold it another way. Its really run down. There sheets are failling apart . i think someone should Corp come and check them out. I dont think they even use soap to clean to was the lien.I am very concerned. I have a pic of what the temperature on wall. They even had a guest complaint on how hot it is in the hotel. Its stupid. Ur supposed to be relax. And they have there kids playing in laundry room and almost ran in there own housekeeper.They deserve better than that.

     
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