Phoenix Greenvilles Inn34.84906, -82.3599
Offering beautiful rooms, the pleasant Phoenix Greenvilles Inn is located only 2.6 km from Haywood Mall . Founded in 1971, the hotel underwent a renovation in 2009.
Greenville Zoo are within a 25-minute walk of the property. Guests can get to Greenville city center, which is 4 km away.
Greenville Spartanbur Int'l airport is situated within a 20-minute drive from Phoenix Greenvilles Inn.
Phoenix Greenvilles Inn includes 165 guestrooms with climate control, wireless internet, a laptop-size safe, a work desk and a separate toilet. The rooms offer a bathtub, a shower and free toiletries supplied in the bathrooms.
Eat & Drink
Guests can have breakfast in the restaurant every morning. Offering American meals, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts lies in a shopping area, 150 meters from the property.
Phoenix Greenvilles Inn caters to the needs of guests providing a free private car park, free self-parking and a luggage storage as well as computers, a business centre and a copier.
Cribs, a mini club and a play area for children are provided at Phoenix Greenvilles Inn. Sport facilities include racquetball and darts.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Year renovated: 2009. Number of rooms: 165.
Poolside snack bar
Paid airport shuttle
Sports & Fitness
- Golf course
- Paid airport shuttle
- Room service
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Wedding services
- Wake up service
- Restaurant buffet
- Poolside snack bar
- Catering service
- Business centre
- Business services
- Children's play area
- Kids club
Spa & Leisure
- Swimming pool
- Barbeque grills
- Air conditioning
- Ironing facilities
- Bath/ Shower
- Hair dryer
- Data ports
- City landmarks
It's uniqueness. It was apparent that it was an establishment that had been around for many years, but had been remodeled. It had an 'olden-days' charm about it. It was tastefully decorated.
It was clearly a motel. We had expected a hotel. The rooms were outdated, from the TV to the amenities provided. It did not have a refrigerator or microwave. The refrigerator is important to us, as my wife is diabetic and needs to keep her insulin chilled.
I liked that it had its own restauant and pub.
I loved everything about this mid-century motel. It doesn't sit directly on the highway, and the interior courtyard around the pool has beautiful old growth landscaping. Funky and fun.
I felt the carpet could be replaced; it was a bit tired.
The hotel staff was very friendly. When we did have problems with our stay they made sure to take care of us. The breakfast was great, I paid a third of the price of a Hilton or other fancy hotel and got the same treatment, if not better. Fancy 70's decor, great staff, nice pool, and cheap. You don't get much better than that.
They were doing plumbing work on the room we were in the second night of our stay and told us we couldn't take a shower during that time. The internet did not work in the room as well, but when I went to the front counter to ask them to move us they were happy to. We got a new room where the internet worked fine and we could take showers. There were only these two problems and they took care of them just fine.
The room was not as pictured on their website. Room was extremely small, bed uncomfortable and firm, bathroom was way to small, and the feel was one of a very cheap motel. The bar was decent but filled with locals dancing and taking up parking close to the rooms. Breakfest was not worth the stay, small amount of eggs, plain sausage, watery grits and horrible and cold home fires. There was only water and coffee to drink as well. I would not recommend anyone staying in this hotel as there are many superior hotels close by.
The hotel was confortable, and relaxing. I enjoyed the southern style and the way the roms were decorated. The pool and the garden were very peaceful spots to merely sit and enjoy the day. I also enjoyed being able to bring my small dog with me.
I had requested a first floor room, and was told that none were available. However, there were many empty first floor rooms. Also, I was charged a fee for a small rerfrigerator in which to place my medication. The buffet breakfast did not include toast, or pancakes or waffles.
We enjoyed the room with a view of the trees, garden and pool. The room was exceptionally clean and nicely furnished. Staff clearly took great pride in the Phoenix Inn. We have already made reservations to stay again.
I love the quiet nature of the setting and the beautiful courtyard with mature trees. I also like the cozy interiors.
The room was a little bit small.
Good value for the price, location was great as we were apartment hunting for our son. Plenty of parking with a nice complementary breakfast.
Bathroom was a little small and some of the some of the fixtures in the bathroom needed to be better maintained.
Location and parking is good; room was clean and attractive; checkin efficient
No microwave or frig; shower was odd and had poor water pressure; made reservations about 6the weeks ago and was still placed on the 2nd floor; difficult to get to electrical outlets so we could charge our phones; stayed at less expensive places with better facilities
Friendly staff, excellant food and comfortable room.
As a solo traveller they always accomodate my request for a room close to the office. It is 5 mins from my family homes.
The staff was helpful and went out of their way to assist us. The food was good and the rates were very reasonable. It was convenient for our purposes.
The location of the bed and the air conditioner meant that cold air blew across us all night. Actually, it alternated between being on and being off. I'm not sure how this could be rectified.
Breakfast was excellent!! Room was clean. Staff person was very friendly.
Room AC was noisy. Didn't have any information book about hotel and the restaurant in the room.
The desk clerk was very friendly. That's about all I can say that about this place that is good.
Most of the reviews were good, therefore I was shocked at how run down the place was. There is a reason none of the pictures show the actual outside of the hotel where the rooms are. Driving up, we almost kept going because it looked so run down and creepy. We gave it a chance based upon the reviews, but our room smelled musty, the "antique decor" was cheaply built beds that had broken headboards, and the linens smelled like they had been in an attic for years. The only bathroom light was a single lightbulb porch-type fixture on the wall an ive seen better doors on gas station bathrooms. The water in the shower would go from hot to cold as if someone was flushing a toilet, and there was pubic hair in the tub. We stayed one night and left.