If you’re looking for a budget friendly hotel in Delta, look no further than Quality Inn.
While staying at Quality Inn, visitors can check out Confluence Gallery; an Artists' Cooperative (1.3 mi), which is a popular Delta attraction.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Quality Inn offer a refrigerator.
Guests of Quality Inn are also welcome to enjoy a hot tub and free breakfast, located on site. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you like southwestern restaurants, Quality Inn is conveniently located near Fiesta Vallarta and Taco Time.
If you are interested in exploring Delta, check out one of the parks, such as Confluence Park and Sweitzer Lake State Park.
The staff at Quality Inn looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
The room had dog hair on the bathroom floor and smelled like a kennel - I get they allow pets - that is great - but they charge extra for the pets - which one might assume is for extra cleaning - not so - watched the maids - spot cleaning a room with a broom - the hall carpet is extremely dirty ahead of each room door-
We had reservations here for a 2-night stay as we visited parks in the area. Took 15 minutes to get our keys. I was asked to fill out a form asking me what I wanted in my next day breakfast go-bag. Nice idea. Did have to ask the clerk for a second form for my wife. Room was very nice except it only had one chair. When we left for dinner, we asked the front desk clerk if we could get another chair delivered to the room. It will be done we were told. Nope, it was not in the room when we returned later. Solved the problem myself later. The room had almost no places to plug in our electronics. Motel is quiet. Great coffee in the lobby. Excellent wifi.
After driving from Iowa all day it was great to stop here for a one nights rest. The breakfast was okay since they had a great waffle maker. Good for people who’s expectations are not so high. Great stay and a nice bed.
This place was run down and the room was gross. There is an obvious lack of cleaning and care. The carpet had stains everywhere, the chairs were disgusting, the bed had a dirty comforter, the mattress was stained and gross, the walls had Mark's all over, and multiple other issues. Very disappointed.
I have stayed in so many hotels! Even seedy cheap hotels and never been treated like this or accused of lying. I have NEVER asked for a free nights stay! I have asked for a different room and even cancelled my stay due to unacceptable conditions but that is it! I’m an educated professional and a combat veteran. Not some Hobo freeloader! I Stayed at Quality Inn in Delta CO because I am a Choice Hotel rewards member and they would allow my pets. I made the reservation over the phone and they asked if I had pets and I said yes. They said No Problem! When I arrived I had been driving for hours and really wanted to get to my room. I stood in the lobby for a good 5 min while the employee (Jamie) had a conversation with a young man about his motorcycle woes. She finally excused herself from the conversation and assisted me checking in. I quickly initialed the usual documents, later she claimed she read all the rules aloud and this didn’t happen but I stay at two hotels per week sometimes so Im savy to policies… I go down the hallway to my room and find the door won’t open. I walk back up to the desk and the only one there was another young man with tattoos and dirty clothes who I assumed to be the super or repair guy. He offered to help me with the lock and showed me it had to be pushed, pulled, wiggled, stand on one foot. Said his room is the same way! The next day I encountered an old man who happened to confide in me that his lock was fussy as well. I got inside. Got my two pets and handicapped brother settled. The hallway smelled of cigarette smoke and the room didn’t seem clean with stained carpet, Food still in the fridge from the last visitor, and the occasional small insect crawling across the floor, the sheets has very small hairs on them but it wasn’t that bad and I’m not a complainer so I said I guess this is what I get for having pets and being a bargain hunter. Throughout my stay I was wheeling or carrying my pets past the front desk in plain view as I went to go visit family. Every time I came back to my room I had to juggle pets, handicapped brother and groceries etc while pulling pushing and wiggling the locked door until it would finally work. Between 5-15x would usually do the trick. I didn’t complain because I was settled and I didn’t want them to make me move. I was spending most of my time visiting family and was seldom there anyway. My last day I woke up early and went to do my laundry to find the detergent dispenser was both empty and one side was broken. This was like a last straw to me as I needed to wash clothes but couldn’t go to a laundry mat that time of the day. So as soon as the breakfast area opened I went down to get some coffee and waffles and have a word with the front desk. My first statement to Jamie and the young lady with brown hair and glasses was when are they gonna fix these locks? They both laughed and said “when are they gonna fix a lot of things around here?” I laughed and said its taking me up to 15 tries to get into my room. It’s a safety issue! Then Jamie stuck out her hand and said give me your card I’ll go try it. I said, No. I’m standing right here telling you it hasn’t worked right in three days and you going and trying it doesn’t prove anything. She told me “not to take a tone with her.” I said my tone is frustration that a customer is trying to make you aware of an issue and you want to go play with it like that will fix it. She insisted so I gave her my card and told her I had jammed a washcloth in the door to hold it shut but keep it from locking so my pets couldn’t escape while I went to get coffee. I did the same thing at 4am during my laundry debacle. She went down the hall… stuck the key in once no luck, 2nd time it worked. Now note the cloth was still jammed in the door holding the lock open and increasing her chances of success. She made some smart comments and walked off. I told her I needed her name and she refused. I asked her 3x for her name and she finally said JAMIE! I followed her down to the office and told her I would be calling the manager and the Fire Marshall on Monday. She said GOOD! I asked for the manager’s information and she ignored me! So then she says, “Im tacking $200 onto your bill.” For what I said?? “for not declaring your pets on arrival.” We began to argue and she didn’t ever remember she was the one who checked me in! she kept calling me a liar and accused me of yelling at her which I eventually did as well as cuss! I was LIVID! She began yelling and me and cussing as well. I finally recounted the exact conversation she had when I checked in with the young man about his motorcycle. And how it cost $1000 to purchase and now he was stuck with repairs. She turned pale and shut up suddenly. We continued to bicker and she accused me of “Trying to get a free nights stay. Lying. And said I was never allowed to leave my pets in the ROOM!” I said to get a cup of coffee? She replied NO! I said to check my laundry? She said NO! I said to get something out of my car she said NO! That was pretty much that as I was no longer hungry and wanted to get off the premises ASAP. I packed up. Photographed everything I could in the room because I suspected she would try to sabotage the room and blame it on me! I also before leaving sat on hold with the customer service for the chain for over 20min and finally gave up!…