Americas Best Value Inn - Battle Creek42.2613075310622, -85.2015515416861
ex. Motel 6 Battle Creek
Welcome to Americas Best Value Inn Battle Creek; conveniently located off of I-94 exit 97. Start your day right with our free hot coffee in the lobby of our 100 percent smoke-free hotel. Stay connected with free wireless high-speed Internet access in our common areas and guest rooms. Step into the privacy of your own guest room with amenities including a microwave mini-fridge cable TV with HBO and ESPN free local calls and wake-up service. A hairdryer iron and ironing board are available upon request. Children age 11 and younger stay free in their parents room with existing bedding.
Battle Creek is the birthplace of ready to eat breakfast cereal and is known today as The Cereal City. Each June our city hosts the Cereal City Festival featuring the Worlds Longest Breakfast Table. Check out nearby Binder Park Zoo FireKeepers Casino and American Museum of Magic. Enjoy swimming hiking and fishing at Fort Custer State Park. Watch a movie at GKC Lakeview Square Cinemas after shopping at Lakeview Square Mall. Play a round of golf at Cedar Farms Golf Club. Sit down to a tasty meal at one of the many local restaurants including Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Red Lobster and La Cocina Mexicana.
At Americas Best Value Inn Battle Creek We* ve Got You Covered from the time you hit the road until your head hits the pillow.
Year renovated: 2011. Number of rooms: 74.
The hotel Americas Best Value Inn provides visitors with a free continental breakfast.
On-site car park
Late check-in/ -out
Seasonal outdoor pool
- Public parking is possible on site for free.
Sports & Fitness
- Golf course
- Wake up service
- Business centre
Spa & Leisure
- Seasonal outdoor pool
- Air conditioning
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
17 years or adultsExtra bedUSD 10There are no extra beds provided in a room.
Rooms and availability
1 Queen-size bed
In the Room
1 King-size bed
- City landmarks
The guy at the front desk couldn't speak English. Seriously. I would ask a question and he would just look at me. If I was in a foreign country this would be acceptable but I feel when I'm in America I shouldn't feel like a foreigner because someone doesn't understand me.
It was a place to sleep for the night.
It was very loud. People yelling & slamming doors until about 2 a.m. Light bulbs were out in the hallway making it very dark. There were small ants on the tile floor.