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Fairfield Inn, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Fairfield Inn, Las Cruces, New MexicoWe recently stayed at the Fairfield Inn in Las Cruces New Mexico on our way to California for a three month stay in Palm Springs, California. We have cruised across Texas where the speed limits are 80 miles an hour and were looking for a good place to stay for the night. We decided to try the Farifield Inn for a change.  They are part of the Marriott chain and we enjoy the Marriott hotels so we thought we would try one of their other chains of hotels.

Fairfield Inn – Marriott

The WiFi did not work well. It was slow and unpredictable and pages took a very long time to loan. I used the internet a great deal while traveling and found it totally unsatisfactory. Breakfast was ok. They provide a cold breakfast in the same way that many of their competitors do. It met our needs but was nothing to write home about.

The rooms were clean and comfortable and if you are just stopping for the night, then they meet this need very well. Prices were competitive and for what we were looking for, there was not problem. We went next door to a restaurant called the Unno restaurant, for a couple of beers and something to eat. On a scale of 1 to 10, where a Texas Roadhouse is an 8, this restaurant was around a 5. Met our needs, but not a place I would go back to.

In fact, having stayed in this area. I do not think I will be returning to this particular hotel or to even this chain of hotels. There are better choices at the same prices.

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