Exactly what you need, nothing more. Publié le 28 août 2014 sur Hotels.com
I have found myself a frequent guest of the Poughkeepsie Inn over the past few weeks, as business has kept me in the area. It offers the lowest rate in town, which is typically all the beancounters at the home office will spring for; I have therefore seen more two-bit dive motels than I care to admit. This, thankfully, is not one of those places. While the furnishings and the Magnavox tube TVs are straight out of 1992, and I'm quite positive that I've seen the buildings' rundown exteriors used in a few horror movies, I keep coming back night after night. The rooms I've been in (and I've sampled quite a few) have never been anything but clean, and the staff has been exceedingly kind and engaging. I have never had an issue with noise, and I typically sleep quite well given the assistance of the top-notch black out curtains. Additionally, the free WiFi works reasonably well, and the breakfast spread consists of all the bagels and Entenmann's donuts you might possibly want. Though there is an extra fee for refrigerators and microwaves, the close proximity to Price Chopper means that I can walk to the store and pick up a hot meal quite cheaply. The water pressure in the showers is excellent, and the water gets plenty hot. The air conditioning units have been in working order in all the rooms I've stayed in, but while they've gotten the rooms comfortable, it takes a while to do so and they aren't capable of getting quite as cold as I'd like. So, all that being said, if you are in town for a few days and need a place to call home, I recommend the Poughkeepsie Inn. They don't have flat screen HDTVs, ultra-plush pillows, or curb appeal; just good old-fashioned hospitality (which, ironically, is the one thing most often missing in the hospitality industry).