Luring with hip style, free Wi-Fi and pet acceptance, the recently renovated Quality Inn & Suites Greenville also lands our guests a quality location by I-65, top-choice restaurants and more. Remodeled in 2010, this two-floor, exterior-corridor hotel may be rather unassuming on the outside, but step inside for a pleasant surprise. The hotel is dressed to impress with a sleek, contemporary lobby with plush, club-like furnishings. The 86 smoking and non-smoking rooms leave more room for compliments. The chic and tasteful decor includes ultra-mod chocolate brown furniture, tawny tan textiles and crisp, white linens. Free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges and flat-panel TVs keep guests plugged in. Hot features include an energizing breakfast buffet, spacious seasonal outdoor pool and fitness room for letting off steam. Practical perks include a business center, pet acceptance and free parking. Just off I-65, the hotel is where guests can enjoy their fill of restaurant chains, retail stores and fill-up stops. Golfers are on course with White Oak Golf Course within a two-mile drive and the famed Robert Trent Jones Golf Course a five-mile drive. Nature enthusiasts are naturally drawn to Sherling Lake Park, a prime spot for boating, fishing, hiking and biking, within two miles. Having the Hank Williams Museum within a 20-minute ride is a big hit, too. Montgomery Regional Airport is 40 miles. Boasting inner beauty thanks to a recent facelift, Quality Inn & Suites Greenville also attracts with easy access to I-65 and top area attractions.
This brand new Quality Inn and Suites is located off I-65, at Exit 130 with easy on and off access.
Dogs up to 35 pounds are allowed. Dogs are allowed for a pet fee of $20.00 per pet per night. Two dogs are allowed per room.
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