Quality Inn & Suites Mount Chalet
Quality Inn & Suites Mount Chalet
Hotel Guest Rating: 7.8/10
834 Highway 441 South
Clayton, GA 30525
Welcome to the Quality Inn & Suites Mount Chalet
An outdoor pool, suites with views of the mountains and well-equipped rooms are top features at the Quality Inn & Suites Mt. Chalet in Clayton.
Wi-Fi, cable TVs, microwaves, mini-fridges and coffeemakers are in all 48 rooms at this two-story hotel with exterior corridors. Suites are available with jetted tubs, fireplaces and balconies overlooking the Appalachian Mountains. The hotel has a continental breakfast where guests can start the day while reading a free newspaper. Hop in the seasonal outdoor pool for a dip before heading out to explore North Georgia.
The hotel is on U.S. 441 in the Nantahala National Forest, about a mile from restaurants and shops in downtown Clayton. See art for sale at the Main Street Gallery downtown. Guests can walk to a restaurant in less than five minutes. The hotel is less than 10 miles from the North Carolina border and about a half-hour from Highlands and about an hour away from Cherokee. Hiking and cascading waterfalls are about a half-hour away at Tallulah Gorge State Park. Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport is about 90 miles away.
The Quality Inn & Suites in Clayton has microwaves and mini-fridges in every room, as well as fireplaces and balconies in suites. An outdoor pool is another top perk.
Quality Inn & Suites Mount Chalet Amenities
- Alarm clock
- Bus parking
- Cable television
- Coffee/Tea maker
- Continental breakfast
- Handicap rooms
- Outdoor parking
- Outdoor pool
- Truck parking
- Wireless internet connection
You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Guests are required to show a photo identification and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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August 11, 2015
Family Traveling with Teens
It was okay, just horribly okay. From the description, I thought this was closer to a resort ("Mt. Chalet"), fireplace (um, no), satellite tv (er, yeah, just not all the channels), bathroom small in size (4'x 6'?), a television from 2002 (not bad picture if I was living in a dorm room but this was a double bed room and I felt like I needed binoculars lying in bed to see what channel the remote had hopped to), the microwave (with dials that you could not adequately tell whether you had set something to heat for 10 seconds or 2 minutes), and to top it off, I had called ahead to say we were going to be coming in late, we had driven two hours from the airport in pitch dark, we get there, and we knocked on the after hours service window for 10-15 minutes, when the clerk sleepily came to the door just as I was about to leave. Oh yeah, the complimentary breakfast. 20 people standing around in a 10'x 14' room just off the desk lobby looking at 4-6 pieces of burnt sausage, 4-6 indeterminate egg product, and a single wafflemaker station that happened to be manned by a patron who apparently was baffled by the intricacies of the machine, and was on the third attempt of a single solitary successful waffle, having fought through the first attempt which cooked only one side of the waffle, and the second attempt that I can only fathom was used as a tribute in a viking funeral. There were pastries wrapped in plastic similar to what you'd find in a vending machine available, a cereal station that allowed you to choose from a whopping two brands, and a small clear refrigerated unit keeping milk, and yogurt (I believe) with vending OJ and apple juice. That was my only visit. On the plus side, the beds were comfortable, the pillows, although small (but plentiful, I believe each bed came with a 4-pack), were soft and pleasant, and we didn't hear much in the way of external noise, so sleep wasn't an issue. ...
August 4, 2015
May 31, 2015
December 8, 2014
July 30, 2014
Very nice staff. Room seemed clean except for the smell which wasn't noticable after you get used to it. TV remote only marginally worked. Still, I think I would stay here again. Hope the carpet gets replaced before I come back.
May 27, 2014
I would recommend this hotel to a friend and will also consider staying here again.
May 20, 2014
July 1, 2013
The overall stay was excellent. The room was of average size and would recommend the suite if more than 5 people. The room had two queen beds and served the purpose of our stay, but not so much room. The room was equipped with the necessities (shampoo, soap, hair dryer, ironing board) etc. along with a flat screen TV and free internet to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Oh, the showerÂ¿ very hot water which is always a plus. The room was very clean and neat!!! ...
April 17, 2012
February 18, 2012
and free breakfast.
Good deal for the money.
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