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Many people go overboard when booking a hotel in Iowa. In many cases you are only using a accomodation to sleep in and nothing more. For me this makes price a major point as I would not want to pay high rates for a room I will only be using to sleep and clean up. I would rather save my money to use for what I originally was traveling for. It is still great to have a nice clean room and this should also play an important part of your hotel option. It is not always possible to tell how clean a hotel will be from the appearance alone. I always like to ask if I may see a room before I choose to stay in a hotel. If you are planning to stay in the same hotel for more than three or four days then things like the pool and a restaurant may play an important part.
Getting hotel discounts are a great way to save money while traveling to Iowa. Senior citizens discounts and car club discounts could be available, while some hotels offer guests a free night for extended stays. If one is planning to spend a couple days for business within a state, check to see if a central location is available between business stops to choose a motel. By choosing a central location and staying in one location multiple days, it may provide the guest with a free nights stay. This will save money on the hotel expenses, while making it nice not having to keep packing and unpacking a suitcase. Other ammenities such as complimentary meals may be available for extended stays, especially when travelers use the same hotel chain.
Sometimes when you're out on the road you realize that what you really need right now is some serious bed rest. Your best bet in that case is a standard, roadside motel. The advatages over other forms of lodgings in Iowa other than of the cost include convenience and speed at which you can check in. When you need a room, you just pull in the lot next to the office, walk in, get the attention of the night manager, and flash your photo ID. If you are paying with cash, just slip the bills under, and in a few minutes he'll give you the room key with a nice cozy bed. Often your parking spot will be in front of your room, and when you find it, you just park, enter, and throw your belongings on the furniture, turn on the TV, and slip under the covers for some good old-fashioned shut-eye.