Within 30 miles of Odessa, TX.
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La Quinta Inn

5001 East Bus. I-20
Odessa, TX 79761-3510
Phone: 1-432-333-2820
Fax: 1-432-333-4208

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NEW! Samsung Flat-panel TVs with 30 channels of HD programming. Easy-access Plug-and-Play feature makes it simple to connect electronics.

The La Quinta Inn Odessa is southeast of Odessa, just ten miles from Midland International Airport. About thirty miles away are our neighboring Permian Basin cities of Andrews TX, Crane TX.

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Amenities & Services
  • Free Bright Side Breakfast™
  • Free Wireless High-Speed Internet Access
  • Free Local Calls
  • Free Parking
  • Guest Laundry Facilities
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Express Checkout Available
  • Pets Welcome
Free Bright Side Breakfast®
  • Waffles
  • Hot and cold cereal
  • Bread and muffins
  • Fresh fruit
  • All-you-can-drink coffee and juice
Additional Breakfast Items:
  • Pastries
  • Bagels
  • Milk

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Hotel Details
  • Floors: 2
  • Rooms: 122
  • Suites: 2
  • Check-In Time: 3:00 PM
  • Check-Out Time: 12:00 PM
Guest Room Amenities
  • NEW! Samsung Flat-panel TVs with 30 channels of HD programming. Easy-access Plug-and-Play feature makes it simple to connect electronics.
  • Free wireless high-speed Internet access
  • Free high-speed Internet access in all rooms
  • Premium Cable Channels
  • Coffee Maker
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron with Ironing Board
  • Dataport Phones
  • Voicemail
  • Alarm Clock
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating:
  • 3.5 of 5 stars  Location
  • 2.5 of 5 stars  Rooms
  • 3.0 of 5 stars  Service
  • 2.5 of 5 stars  Value
  • 3.0 of 5 stars  Cleanliness
Most Recent Reviews:
"Out of date, basics missing, clean rooms, breakfast needs work."
3 of 5 stars Reviewed Apr 13, 2014
Arnold_Ziffel | Hurst, Texas
I am not normally a La Quinta customer although my opinion of the brand in general is not bad. The brand emerged in Texas as a newcomer in the 1980?s, and on the forefront of lodging without an attached diner, but with an all-night brand in the same parking lot. Food and beverage has always been a sore spot in the hospitality business, and I have to believe that?s why it?s grown almost extinct in the hospitality industry. I don?t know what La Quinta translates to in English, but the joke that it means ?next to Denny?s? is a whole lot more truth than folly. I was headed to a meeting in the competitors re-branded dome hotel warmed over from the 1970?s mile to the East. After reading what customers said about the quality and service received, I decided I wouldn?t even give them the chance to screw me too. So, I went to my meeting, but wanted a national brand that has at least some standards they adhere to. That?s how I ended up at the LQ, and can testify that SOME standards was all that I got. I checked into this place exactly when they prefer guests to begin coming in ? around 15:30. The desk person was courteous, knowledgeable, and appeared well trained for a location in a neighboring town. He stumbled over guiding us to our room, as he works elsewhere regularly, but that was the only momentary obstacle which was immediately rectified. Upon driving up to this place, it had the look of the original LQ inns as they looked when they came to Texas. When I?d get inside I?d find out the rest of the place looked exactly the same. Corporate appears to have mandated new and current signage and logos, but they were just hung over the old one, and nothing really updated. When I got into my guest room, I found the same thing. Here is a guest room outfitted for 1982, very clean, and with everything working (almost.) It was satisfying to find that they really have been successful combating the mold that every bathroom grows, and keeping the surfaces clean, fresh, and new looking. The bathtub valve dripped ever so slowly, but it?s pretty believable they don?t know it, and I too didn?t bother to tell anybody. I turned on the only modern thing I could find which was the flat screen television. Digital television is nothing more than a special purpose computer, thus from power on to seeing something is a noticeable, normal delay. There was no picture, which I reported to the desk and was remedied within the hour. LQ was the industry leader in offering a cold breakfast included in the room price. Every time I hear the term ?free? breakfast I choke on it, because it?s not free, and it?s buried in there somewhere. They began with fruits, cereals and starches, and no protein whatsoever. Other brands quickly fell in behind them, feeling a need to offer something similar to compete. This has touched off an amusing bidding war where the ante is increased every time one of them adds something new to the mix. The latest gross exaggeration, free HOT breakfast, at those OTHER brands is hardly hot breakfast. It?s personal opinion but throwing out biscuits and warm sausage gravy with a do-it-yourself waffle iron is hardly ?hot? breakfast. Rest assured there?s been NO efforts here to outbid any of the other brands. They had the same things for ?free? breakfast they did back in the 80?s, less the bananas. 3 kinds of cheap cereal, cold biscuits from a bakery in Maine, warm sausage gravy which also doubles as wall paper paste, Jimmy Dean brand sausage biscuits the size of a quarter intended for vending machines, hard boiled eggs, yogurts, coffee, juice, and milk, and of course the ol? do-it-yourself malted waffle cooked on a cold iron so it won?t get crisp is the whole do-it-yourself menu. The only difference in today?s breakfast and their initial offering back in the 80?s was adding the waffle irons. The most shocking shortcoming from this inn was the lack of a business center. This is the first nationally branded property where I?ve visited in at least ten and probably more years that didn?t have at least SOMETHING connected to the internet for a guest that doesn?t need a lap top. It was a relief as good brands began to install these as I don?t want the security exposure of caring for a lap top as long as I can use a terminal where I?m staying for 15-30 mins a day. When I asked the desk about it their response was rather condescending as if they really could care less. Lodging pricing in the area is jacked to the limit due to an influx of workers employed in a bubble that will go bust in a few years. As much as these brands are making at the moment, it?s pretty inexcusable to neglect the most basic of services the way this place is getting by with it. It?s old, but perfectly cared for, and due to the dust blowing nothing shines in the whole city. I felt there are much better values in the immediate vicinity for the same $125/night on a room that?s worth about $80/night in other markets, and if it was up to date, which this place is not. After reading my concerns on a comment card the manager reports they are ?on the list? for this fall. Well, that?s nice, but a little late to help me, and there?s no chance I?d be back even if in the area. For this grade of service I?ll just take a Mr Patel Inn for much less.  
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"Needs work"
2 of 5 stars Reviewed Apr 1, 2014
Barbara A | Syracuse, United States
Although the staff were very helpful, efficient, and professional, the bathroom needed replacing. Tub was stained, mirror discolored. Very dated bathroom. Outside the room was a large parking lot and a long way from an area for the dog to relieve itself. Bedroom was nice. Very close to Interstate 10, so there was much noise, even over the loud air conditioner.  
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"Needs refreshment"
2 of 5 stars Reviewed Mar 27, 2014
Aubrey K | Houston, United States
The hotel is looking its age it needs to be refreshed. Not all of the bathroom fixtures are working properly. The exhaust fan did not work. The air conditioner heater was very noisy. A lot of diesel vehicles parked at the hotel and were very noisy at 3 AM when they were started up for warm-up before the customer left for the day.  
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"great front desk people"
4 of 5 stars Reviewed Mar 21, 2014
A La Quinta traveler | 
The lady named Sabrina that set up breakfast was so nice. I stayed for 5 days. Every morning she had a smile on her face and greeted everyone that walked in. She even made fresh coffee early enough so that I can have some before work. Because of her, I will go back anytime!  
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"Extremely disappointed"
1 of 5 stars Reviewed Feb 25, 2014
Melisaramos | Quantico, Virginia
First I'd like to say that I am a loyal customer of La Quinta. We are military family and we travel every three years cross-country. We choose to stay at La Quinta because it's a pet friendly hotel and I've never had a problem until staying at this location. First issue I had was a rate it was extremely high. I do understand that the location is probably are popular location so that's probably why I want to say it was high but I have never paid this much to stay at a La Quinta. I second issue is I waited 45 minutes just to check it. There was only two people in front of me at the time. So I don't understand why it took that long. The desk clerk was having trouble activating the keys to the room. And I think that might have been one of the delays. He seemed overwhelmed. He was unable to apply my military rate and said I would have to get it figured out in the morning. By the time I checked in and got my keys there was probably eight people behind me. We had to take a smoking room because that was the only thing they had available but this room looked like it had not been cleaned or deodorized in weeks. The floor in the tub was slimy so I had to have my children shower with their flip flops on. While my husband was walking our dogs a half naked women walked out of her room and a half naked angry man came out the same room shorty after her yelling. The sheets in the room seemed clean but as of today I have a rash on my face. I covered three of the pillows with towels but I didn't cover the one I was using because I didn't have enough to cover all four. I really hate that I had this experience at a la Quinta. And I have noted this one as do not return in my notes. In three years when we are driving back to California I will most defiantly pass this one by no matter how tired we are.  
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Area Attractions & Landmarks
  • Presidential Museum, 4 mi.
  • Petroleum Museum, 15 mi.
  • Ector County Convention Center, 5 mi.
  • Confederate Air Force Museum, 7 mi.
  • Monahans Sandhills State Park, 5 mi.
  • Odessa Meteor Crater, 5 mi.
  • Odessa Jackrabbit, 5 mi.
Area Companies & Businesses
  • MGM Ice, Inc., 5 mi.
  • Odessa Medical Center, 5 mi.
Nearby Sports & Recreation
  • Water Wonderland, 5 mi.
  • The Jack Shack (Jackalopes Hockey), 5 mi.
  • West Texas Raceway Park, 5 mi.
Nearby Restaurants
  • Zucci's Italian Ristorante, .1 mi.
  • Harrigan's , 1 mi.
  • International House of Pancakes (IHOP), 2 mi.
  • Barn Door Restaurant, 3 mi.
  • Red Lobster, 3 mi.
  • Chili's, 4 mi.
  • Logan's Restaurant, 4 mi.
  • Shoguns Steak House, 4 mi.
  • Texas Roadhouse, 4 mi.
  • Basin Bay Seafood, 4.5 mi.
  • La Bodega, 5 mi.
Entertainment & Shopping
  • Music City Mall, 5 mi.
  • Ellen Noel Art Museum, 5 mi.
Odessa, TX
Local Time: 3:54 PM (Central)
Local Temperature: 75.1°F
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