Free coffee refills and budget rates make this motel tops with highway travelers.. In Short The first Super 8 opened in Aberdeen, S.D., in 1974, charging $8.88 a night. Today, the national franchise, with its familiar red-and-yellow sign, still stands for dependable rooms at wallet-friendly prices. A staple for road-tripping families, truck drivers and tour groups, the motel offers complimentary morning coffee and continental breakfasts. Another perk for travelers: Super 8 travel cups may be refilled for free at any of the motel's locations.
We have gone to this hotel many times in the past and liked it, but it is awful now --- I called from the hotel phone at the airport (several times) & was just disconnected, finally had to use the pay phone to call for a pick-up. My TV is bad connection. The worst is that my phone does not work --- my wife needs to call me but there are no rings in my room, the guy at the desk keeps saying the phone works & accusing us of being stupid ----+++ I called them to ask if I could send a fax to my hubby, would it be delivered? they said of course -------- 9 hours after & called again & they looked & looked, found it &said they would give it to him, but 5 hours later not delivered