America's Value Inn Mexico
America's Value Inn Mexico in Mexico
America's Value Inn Mexico
Hotel Guest Rating: 4.6/10
4224 S. Clark St.
Mexico, MO 65265
Welcome to the America's Value Inn Mexico
Free Wi-Fi, in-room microwaves and a location near Teal Lake, all at an accessible price, make America's Value Inn Mexico a terrific deal.
Each of this single-story property's 40 rooms offers a microwave, refrigerator, expanded cable channels and free local calls. Staying in touch is a cinch with free Wi-Fi and a guest laundry keeps you looking spiffy. Parking is free and small pets are welcome for an added fee.
Located on Route 22 near the junction of Route 54, America's Value Inn is two miles south of Teal Lake. The Presser Performing Arts Center and the antebellum Graceland Museum are both within three miles. Drive 10 minutes north to visit the Missouri Military Academy or 30 minutes south to Westminster College in Fulton. Columbia Regional Airport is 45 miles southwest and Lambert St. Louis International Airport is 105 miles east.
Rock-bottom rates keep Priceline guests coming back to this America's Value Inn near the Missouri Military Academy.
America's Value Inn Mexico Amenities
- 24-hour front desk
- Alarm clock
- Cable television
- Free local calls
- Free parking
- Ironing board
- Onsite laundry
- Pets allowed
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October 30, 2012
Fast check-in and check-out. Good location within easy driving distance to restaurants, stores and a theater. The rooms and beds were clean. It was nice to have a microwave & refrigerator. The rooms are due for some upgrades, though I felt my money was well-spent.
October 7, 2012
Needs to be torn down. Bad inside and out.
June 9, 2012
Everything was old...was not clean. Door jam needed to be completely repaired. Not sure if they got on your list because of a number listed under a chain name. We felt like leaving because of the conditions. It was on a main road...heavy traffic. We did not bring in anything and left early in the morning...we did not get much sleep. We feel that even though we would be charged if we cancelled late...your company should accomodate customers in this type of situation and try and book them a room at another hotel. This is the worse we have every been at. Like I stated most foreigners who are in the hotel business....DO NOT take care of them. If we are traveling and not sure where we are going to stop and we pull in and see foreigners at the desk...we drive on and we also ask to see the rooms. ...
May 29, 2012
Terrible, terrible, terrible. The owners were nice enough but it is just an old, old, dirty hotel. As I said, you get what you pay for but when I made reservations, there was nothing else available in Mexico.
September 20, 2011
good enough for the price. found better deal nearby.
May 8, 2011
What you expect from an economy motel at an economy price. Old but maintained.
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