Considering the prices of other hotels in the area this was a good deal for the money. Overall good experience - all the staff were very friendly and helpful; the rooms while clean could use some updating and showed their age.
Good location. Clean & comfortable room. Walls are thin. Soccer & cheerleaders staying but parents kept them relatively quiet. Stay was efficient & friendly. Easy check in. We had 3 rooms & the reservation was correct. Breakfast was ample. We would stay again.
In an area where you can shop and have many choices of eats. Breakfast in the hotel was better than a lot others I have been to. Except embassy suites where they make omlets of your choosing while you watch. Bed was good but the pillows were awful.
Traveller from ct
The Hampton Inn Seekonk hotel features 90 rooms 3 stories 1 elevator with business king suites king study and king study …More
The place is really good.
But for us, it was a little awry.
We booked for a two bed in the room, but when we arrive there was no two bed room available as the picture shows on the website. after a long day driving and considering the hours we got there we just did not have the will to go looking for another place at 11PM.
The staff was gracious enough to give us extra bedding and it was nmore like a camping event.
Nonetheless the place is clean and looks well maintained.
Charles from Pittsburgh
Welcome to the ShangriLa Motel in Seekonk Massachusetts where your comfort and convenience is our pleasure. Spacious …More
The name “Seekonk” comes from the native Wampanoag words for “black goose,” and “black” Canadian geese can still be seen here today. Serving primarily as a residential suburb of Providence and the Boston area, the town of Seekonk is on the Massachusetts side of that state’s border with Rhode Island. The town is known for its retail corridor along Route 6 and its NASCAR speedway.