The La Quinta Inn Aberdeen offers quality and service far superior to other Aberdeen, MD hotels. Conveniently located just off I-95, this Aberdeen hotel is only 2.4 miles from Aberdeen Proving Ground and the Army Research Laboratory. Guests working for Exelon, General Electrics or other contractors visiting Peach bottom will be comfortable in this Aberdeen Hotel. A variety of restaurants and shopping venues are nearby. Our delic...see moreious Free Bright Side BreakfastTM is truly unique among hotels in Aberdeen. It includes items suited to nearly every diet and taste. Keep up your workout routine in our convenient onsite fitness center with elliptical trainer, bicycle, weight, and nautilus machine. Enjoy free high-speed Internet access, a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, hair dryer, iron w/ironing board, and much more in each spacious room of this Aberdeen hotel. Expect the best value among Aberdeen, MD hotels at the La Quinta Inn Aberdeen.see less
Amenities & Services
Free Bright Side Breakfast
Free Wireless High-Speed Internet Access
Free Local Calls
Guest Laundry Facilities
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Free Bright Side Breakfast®
Hot and cold cereal
Bread and muffins
All-you-can-drink coffee and juice
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8,000 La Quinta Returns points for a free night stay.
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Check-In Time: 3:00 PM
Check-Out Time: 12:00 PM
Guest Room Amenities
Free wireless high-speed Internet access in all rooms
Free high-speed Internet access in all rooms
Microwave in some rooms
Refrigerator in some rooms
Premium Cable Channels
Iron with Ironing Board
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"Wear your bubble"
Reviewed Aug 20, 2014
Peter C |
Remember the bubble boy? I wanted a bubble of my own while walking the corridors and grounds of this slowly deteriorating future ruin. Surprisingly enough, our room was fine and had clearly been renovated more recently than much of the hotel. The hotel also was near capacity, as it is full every weekend with kids playing baseball at the nearby Ripken facility. So, the owners seem to be doing pretty well--but desperately need to invest some of those profits into the maintenance they have long deferred.The breakfast area, apparently one area of a larger, now-defunct restaurant, was clean and fairly attractive, and the food well served.
Now to the bad. As others have noted, brick walkways are crumbling (and there's a fair bit of awalkway there)--not a problem that happens overnight but that is the result of sustained neglect. The pool was clean enough, but fencing was rusting pretty badly in spots with no touch up, and the landscaping in all but the very front of the hotel was really overgrown and shaggy: unmowed grass and bushes with long waving tentacles. The pool deck could have used some sprucing up--as with a simple coat of non-skid paint. I also spotted peeling paint on the building toward the back. You could take care of some of this by hiring a couple of teenagers with some lawn equipment.
But the capper were the hallways, at least on the first floor. I'm not sure if they had had a flood, but the carpet sections were separated from each other (with flooring showing through) and very dirty (and when I walked outside the room in my socks, I discovered that the subfloor was the bumpiest I have ever felt). The wallpaper was scuffed, marked, dirty all over and even ripped a bit in some places. The hallways seemed to lack air conditioning and so were warm and quite humid, suggesting an environment that only a mite could love. In fact, management had apparently "addressed" this problem by positioning a row of dehumidifiers near outlets along the hall, though I believe their water containers were full and they weren't operating. I'm just grateful that the room was 10 times better than much of this place, or we would have been demanding our money back and would not have stayed.
On a last note, I should observe that our bathroom simply reeked of cigarettes when we arrived, but the smell cleared within a couple of hours. But, I can't really hold management responsible.
I enjoyed my weekend stay at the Aberdeen LaQuinta. The rooms were clean. The beds were comfortable and I have absolutely no complaints.i have limited mobility and our lower level room was equipped with a handicapped toilet and a walk in shower! The breakfast was more than adequate having a choice of eggs, ham/sausage, fruit, bagels, pastries, cereals, yogurt, and my favorite-make your own waffles. There was apple and orange juice, coffee and tea also. My son and grand kids enjoyed the breakfast as well . We were all quite comfortable in our room, we felt safe, and will look for a LaQuinta on our next vacation. I am a new and loyal fan!
"In Dire Need and Renovation and an Abundance and Safety Issues"
Reviewed Aug 13, 2014
TheNJBen | Mays Landing, New Jersey
My family stayed there on Friday 8/8/14 for one night as we were in town for a BBQ competition. Check In was easy and the staff was friendly. The lobby was also fairly nice.
That is about where the good ends.
Instead of a pretty lobby, they really need to upgrade their hotel. Our entrance (Entrance #2) included a sidewalk missing about 2/3 of its bricks. As anyone can imagine, this is a tripping hazard. Maybe hire someone to re-brick the walkway or at least post a sign because in the dark i would be very easy so someone to get hurt.
Once inside our room, the rooms were old and in need of some new paint, curtains, carpet, etc. I did not find it particularly dirty, but it was definitely run down. While looking for an outlet to plug in our cell phones, I made a disturbing discovery. The wiring near the bed was daisy chained extension cords (one extension cord plugged into another) and they were not even 3-pronged grounded cords but the cheapest store brand cords you can get. This is considered a fire hazard (actually considering how old those cords looked it was probably several fire hazards). Also, one outlet was converted fro ma 2-plug face to a 6-plug face with one of those plug in outlets. Again, they went for the cheapest and least safe option instead of paying a few more dollars for at the very least an grounded and fused surge protector. Considering both a microwave and refrigerator were plugged into that outlet along with a lamp, an overload was just begging to happen.
For those safety reasons, I can not give this property a good score.
This place needs a face lift. We stayed here for one night on our way to PA. The room itself was ok, however it had a very musty smell. The walls were paper thin hearing everything from blowing noses to bathroom breaks from other guest rooms. The AC was extremely noisy and clicked on and off every 3 minutes or so. I know this is not the hotel's fault, but very noisy people slamming doors late at night making it difficult to sleep. Needless to say between slamming of the doors, AC noise, and listening to my neighbor blow his nose, I am not well rested at all. I most likely will not stay here again and would be willing to pay a little extra for a better night stay.
Very disappointing. Bathtub showed hair and the drawers in the hotel apparently so not get cleaned either. No internet most of the time. I do not recommend this hotel if you intend to work in your room.
Local Time: 3:22 PM (Eastern)
Local Temperature: 70.7°F 5-day Forecast
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