Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Franklin is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Franklin, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to Airing of the Quilts (1.4 mi), a popular Franklin landmark, Franklin Microtel is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Microtel Franklin features 24 hour front desk and shops, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast. If you are driving to Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Franklin, free parking is available.
While staying in Franklin, you can check out a popular French restaurant like Caffe Rel, which is serving up some great dishes.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular history museums, such as Macon County Historical Society and Museum and Down Memory LaneToy Museum.
Enjoy your stay in Franklin!
Friendly staff; clean room, but small; good outside security lighting; Continental breakfast was not as advertised. Only one hot item and a small food selection was available. The room was very smal lfor two people.
It was not great. Check in went well and the person who checked us in was really nice. Everything else was not great and not what I would expect from a Wyndham property at all. The biggest issue was that our door wouldn’t latch closed and we had to lock it to keep just anyone from pushing it open the first night. My fiancé managed to get it closed the second day before we had to go out and get our kid packed up from WCU. Had to use all his strength to lift up on it, which is ridiculous. We were told that they couldn’t do anything about the door or switching rooms because they were full. The air conditioner barely worked. It was humid and warm in our room almost the entire time. It was difficult to sleep in there. The shower was the best part of the room as long as you didn’t look too closely at anything, because the water pressure was great. I’m nearsighted so I got lucky. Could barely see the poor housekeeping job in there. The beds were hard, the sheets came off constantly just by sitting on the bed, and the zipper covers wouldn’t stay closed on the bedbug mattress covers. The tv randomly changed to the hallmark channel on a timer every so often, which we didn’t realize until we were leaving and saw the notification pop up. It was bizarre to be watching the hockey game and all the sudden it was Little House on the Prairie over and over. The fridge was missing a front leg and tipped forward every time we opened it, but at least it worked. The decor made it look like it was nicer than it was until you really looked and saw it was all crooked and there were holes or old dirt and grime caked in every nook. “Lipstick on a pig.” The breakfast was sad. Luckily, it is in a good location for going across the street to Dunkin’. There’s also a restaurant next door for dinner. Housekeeping tried to come in an hour before checkout when we hadn’t left yet on the last morning. Another irritation that isn’t their fault, but others should be aware of it’s that none of my map/gps apps know you can’t just pull into the road. There’s cones up along the entire length of that block and you MUST do a u-turn or go way down and turn around somewhere. This was not fun for us while also towing a trailer. Finally, I also got a notification from my credit card company for a suspicious charge that was almost double (but not quite, which is even more worrisome) what the room cost, the last night of our stay. I had already been charged for the room, so there should not have been another charge and certainly not for $526.17 for two nights. When I checked out, I asked about it and the person at the desk didn’t know what it was and was confused by it. She said I had only been charged the amount for my room on my receipt. My credit card company clearly showed it being a charge from Microtel Inn & Suites. I put a freeze on my card until I can be what is going on with this. I’ve stayed at worse places, but I expected those places to be worse. I’ve come to expect better out of Wyndham and this felt like a roadside motel. I never write reviews. But this was warranted, I think. The staff was pretty good, unless one of them tried to run my credit card twice or tried to fraudulently run it. A positive about the place: at least there weren’t any bugs.…
Was hiking the Appalachian trail and was looking to stay in Franklin,So I found the Microtel in Franklin was an excellent choice! It’s reasonably priced and the rooms are really Nice for a hotel in this price range, very clean and very modern and new looking, not like some hotels that are outdated in the area. The young lady “Karie” that was behind the service desk was super helpful and exhibited excellent customer service. She helped me with the Macon Co. transport pickup times so I could get to the AT to start my hike and help me find a vegetarian Restaurant near by the hotel. That kind of service is rare nowadays, taking time out to help me made my day! If I am back in Franklin I will definitely be staying here for sure!
I give the place a 4 star based on the front desk staff in particular, Karie, who work with me in such a professional and friendly manner to get me situated in a room that I was comfortable to stay my 4 days. I did not book in advance or even know how to get their. But I called and Karie walked me through turn by turn, light by traffic light to get me there. I originally booked for 2 nights but after all was said and done to make my stay comfortable I booked for two more night, the extent of my visit. Huge thanks to Karie for getting me there and making sure I had a good stay. I’ll be. Back.
I traveled to Franklin NC for a weekend hiking trip. This was my second time staying at this location. The reason I returned was because the location was great, friendly staff, clean rooms and excellent value. I'm looking forward to staying here during my next hiking trip in the near future.