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Morgantown West Virginia
  • The Mountaineer Inn is very easy to find the Best Western sign is at the very front of the building and is easily seen from the street
  • The first thing I noticed was the tile - they had made tile designs throughout the room on the walls and on the floor

    • by amandafishy
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      West Virginia is one of my favorite states. The combination of the Inn and beautiful area was just what I needed. The Mountaineer Inn is very easy to find the Best Western sign is at the very front of the building and is easily seen from the street. In addition, there is a sign below which describes what the Inn offers. The Inn is painted white and the detailing distinctively lies with the landscaping. The windows to the building are more tall than wide. The Inn is circled with some type of shrubbery lying very close to the building. There is a large carport which has the ability to accommodate at least two cars. The carport is distinctive in that the roof to the carport has a pointed roof line. There are shrubs and flowers all around the carport.

      The lobby is very nice and looks slightly Victorian. When you walk in the first thing you notice is the polished tile floor. There is a design in it which makes


      the floor look very rich. The walls of the lobby is painted butter yellow. There is a seating arrangement on the outside walls of the lobby. It is incircled by a brass rail possibly to keep people off the nice wool rug in the area. This area had a lovely leather sofa suitable for 3 or more people to sit on. Behind the sofa are two large windows which have lovely window treatments. There are beautiful rice paper sheers which lay underneath a very pretty brown pulled back drape. The valance is solid brown and extends down a bit. On either side of the sofa are 2 round end tables with pottery like lamps and a cream colored lamp shade. A glass covered coffee table is in the center in front of the sofa. There is a multi colored “huge” rug underneath this area, which probably was 20 by 14 feet. There was a high back king type green chair on the one wall and a dark stained armoire on the ...

      • other wall. The registration desk was richly designed in the same color as the armoire. The back wall follows the same style as the rest of the room with the butter color and several pretty richly framed prints.

        Our room had a colonial feel to it. The walls were also painted butter with a multi colored border at the ceiling. The carpeting was a muted green with maroon colored drapes. The bed had a colonial 2 post headboard. There was a small seating area in the corner close to the window with a small round table and two brown small leather chairs. The queen bed had an “adequate” mattress and pillows. The coverlet on the bed is a typical hotel cover. It is designed with red and grey stripes. There were night stands on either side of the bed made of the signature dark wood of the lobby. There were lamps over the night stands attached to the wall. One night stand had an alarm clock on it and the other a

        phone. Across from the bed was a small work table with a lamp on the wall and a push in chair. The table had a plug in for the internet and a phone. The TV was in an armoire with drawers. There was a chest of drawers next to the work table. A beautiful framed forest print was over the bed. The room had an air conditioner under the window. The bathroom also had the butter color in it. The floor was a warm brownish tile. The first thing I noticed was the tile - they had made tile designs throughout the room on the walls and on the floor. They supplied us with an immense amount of white towels. They had seen better days though.

        During the evening my husband and went down to the pool. It was a small area and a bit tight. They had faux plants on the walls and about 10 lounge chairs around the pool.

        The price was very reasonable at $79 a night.




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