Maumee, OH - Staybridge Suites Maumee - Toledo (Not Rated)
Location/ Directions: I-475 toward Maumee. Merge onto US-24 W to exit 67. Turn right at exit, turn right at light.
Average Price (Checked Mar 2013): $120.00 AAA Rated: n/a Stars: (n/a)
About Hotel: BRAND NEW! 4-Floors, 122-Rooms, Interior Corridors, Pets Allowed, 100% non-smoking, Business Center, Health and Fitness Center (On-site), High-speed Internet Access, Barbeque Grills, Indoor Pool, On-site Guest Self-Laundry Facilities (washer/dryer), Daily Housekeeping, Color Cable / Satellite TV, Work Desk w/ Lamp, Two-Line Speakerphone with Voice Mail, Free Local Phone Calls, Bathtub, Hairdryer, Private Bathroom, Coffee Maker, Dishwasher, Full Kitchen, Icemaker in Refrigerator, Microwave Oven, Plates/Glassware, Pots/Pans/Serving Dishes, Refrigerator, Silverware, Stove, Toaster, Crib, Double Glazed Windows, Individually Controlled Air Conditioning, Iron/Ironing Board, Sofa-bed, Complimentary breakfast buffet, Free high-speed Internet, Free breakfast.
Railroad View: Excellent View from rooms on the south side of building. Rooms on rear of hotel have a limited view.
Railroads past Hotel: Norfolk Southern Railway. (Former Norfolk & Western, nee. WABASH). NS Maumee Branch. This is NOT a busy rail line. The line runs between Toledo and Grand Rapids, OH. NS only operates as far south as Waterville, OH. The track between Waterville and Grand Rapids is owned by the Toledo Lake Erie & Western Railway Museum. The museum is currently rebuilding their part of the line for future tourist trains. NS operates local train daily on this branch (usually late afternoon). The TLE&W Railway Museum has been using their main track to store rail cars, which on occasion will draw a long train of empty hoppers for storage, usually powered by heavy road engines (wide cabs).
Comments: This motel has not been rated by RailfanMotels.comPhoto Comment: The Staybridge Suites can be see in the top right of the aerial image. The single track railroad is seen across the field. If anything is built in this open field in the future, the railroad view maybe gone.