Hotels in Morgantown
Hotel Morgantown & Conference Center
Hotel Morgantown & Conference Center
Hotel Guest Rating: 4.5/10
1400 Saratoga Avenue
Morgantown, WV 26505
Welcome to the Hotel Morgantown & Conference Center
The non-smoking Hotel Morgantown & Conference Center provides Priceline guests with comfy accommodations, a convenient location and a seasonal outdoor pool
Offering a choice of 140 non-smoking rooms, with soft, neutral tones in mind, Hotel Morgantown makes guests feel at home with cable TV, in-room microwaves and fridges. The multi-building property includes two- and four-floor exterior room entry layouts, a 24-hour gym where you can test your strength, along with a business center to help you get the job done. A seasonal outdoor pool is also appreciated. Small pets receive a big welcome, too.
A two-minute drive to West Virginia University Coliseum, Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium and the Coliseum Varsity Tennis Courts, the property scores location-wise for serious Mountaineers fans. The main campus of WVU is a straight 10-minute ride. If your idea of fun is a relaxing ride, followed by some home-grown libations, sneak away to Forks Cheat Winery, 20 minutes away. Come spring, those looking to stir things up must swing down to Albright (a 30-minute drive south) for whitewater rafting tours of Cheat Canyon — the East's largest undammed watershed. Morgantown Municipal Airport is five miles.
A 24-hour gym, the freedom to bring pets and a location close to WVU sporting events give Hotel Morgantown & Conference Center the edge with Priceline guests headed to the area.
Hotel Morgantown & Conference Center Amenities
- Business center
- Cable television
- Complimentary continental breakfast
- Exercise gym
- Free parking
- Handicap rooms
- High speed wireless
- Ironing board
- Outdoor pool
- Pets allowed
- Remote control television
- Wireless internet connection
Upon check-in photo identification and credit card is required. All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.
Hotel Guest Reviews of the Hotel Morgantown & Conference CenterOur hotel ratings and reviews are from real hotel guests. Priceline.com ensures that its reviews are guests-only by proactively sending hotel surveys to customers after they've completed their hotel stays. In the post-stay surveys, priceline.com hotel customers are asked a number of questions about their stay and the hotel. On a scale of 1-10 with 10 being the best, the survey asks guests to rate their overall experience and specifically rate the hotel's cleanliness, staff and location. Priceline.com does not allow site visitors to post unsolicited hotel reviews.
March 24, 2014
When we tried to lay down, one beds sheets were so wrinkled, they must have never changed them before we got the room. My mom and I had to sleep in the same bed because of how dirty the other one was. The heat does not work, and it is in a very sketchy part of town.
March 2, 2014
This was the worst hotel experience I have ever had! The Hotel Morgantown and Conference Center looked decent online. I stayed at the same location a few years ago, and it was okay then. It is NOT okay anymore! The first room we were given was kind of smelly, dingy, and dilapidated (not to big a deal) but it was February and when we realized the heat didn't work, I called the front desk. The front desk attendant apologized about the heat. She said that happens sometimes (sounds like a common problem) and offered us a room upgrade to a king room for free. The king room turned out to be a smoking room. It smelled terrible, and the smell permeated our hair, clothing, and coats. There was a horribly stained, worn, sunken in couch that looked like it had been dragged in from the curb. The floor was sticky. The bathroom had no toilet paper. There were 2 towels- one looked clean. The other was definitely used and put back on the rack. The bathroom floor was grimy. The tub looked like it hadn't been cleaned in weeks. The toilet was stained. There was hair in the sink and tub. When we turned down the sheets on the bed (which was professionally made up as though the cleaning staff had been there) there was hair in the bed on the sheets and pillows. I have stayed at a lot of budget hotels, but nothing has ever come close to being this filthy. If it had not been so late, and we had not been so cold and tired, and the room had not been prepaid, and we did not have to get up so early, we would not have stayed. As it was we checked out first thing in the morning and found another hotel for the rest of our stay in Morgantown. ...
February 15, 2014
Family Traveling with Young Children
location was great but the hill we had come off of was a little scary because of the snow but that was not a big deal.
January 14, 2014
not much to say room was very average
December 31, 2013
December 24, 2013
November 13, 2013
Complete rip off.
November 12, 2013
As mentioned above, the staff was very friendly, courteous, and helpful. The complimentary breakfast wasn't 5-star dining, but it was tasty and well presented. Common areas were well kept, bright, and cheery. The biggest disappointment was the quality of the guest rooms. They were clean, but outdated. The handle on the entry door to our room was about to fall off and very hard to open. The cable TV was fuzzy on some channels and we were unable to connect to the free wifi in our room. The bathtub appeared to have been resurfaced and there were air bubbles between the original tub and the new cover--not a major issue, but it felt kind of weird walking on it. The room was painted a dark green color, so it was dark in the room even with the lights on. Overall, it was comfortable enough for a weekend stay and the price was right. We were there for the WVU-Texas game, so many of the other hotels in the area were outrageously priced or had no vacancies. I'll probably stay there again during football season, but will choose another more well-known chain when I'm in Morgantown at any other time. ...
November 1, 2013
I was pleasantly surprised to find that this hotel was very nice. I was warned by a lady at the Morgantown Visitor's Center that this hotel was terrible and that multiple attempts had been made to shut it down. She told me to avoid staying there at all costs. Everything she said was not the case. Clearly the hotel has undergone some significant renovation. On the outside, the hotel does not look very nice, since the buildings look worn out and the A/C units have exposed caulk around them. However, I opened the door to find a room with nice hardwood floors, modern decor, newly tiled bathroom floors and walls, and a big screen TV. The bathtub was in pretty rough shape and some complimentary items such as notepads were not present, but those definitely didn't take much away from the quality of the room. I felt very comfortable in my room, though a little on edge, given the warnings that I had received from the Visitor's Center. Both the evening staff and the morning staff gave me a warm welcome. I had a ten minute conversation about Morgantown and the state of WV with the morning staff in fact. The continental breakfast was one of the best that I have ever seen. There were eggs, sausage patties, toast, biscuits, yogurt, milk, cereal, juice, a waffle-maker, and muffins. ...
October 29, 2013
Now I am sure that every hotel has a "Priceline Room," the one room that nobody paying rack rates would ever consider staying in. The door was bent, the handle was jiggly, the dresser was busted, the lights had low-watt bulbs, the tub had dents and dings. To make it complete, all that would have been necessary was a bullet hole in the window. To top it all off, breakfast is served from 6:30 to 9:30, but the door was locked at 9:25. ...
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