Hotel built in 1995, Number of floors 3, Total number of rooms 64, Number of single rooms 31, Number of double rooms 31, Number of suites (separate rooms) 12, Earliest check-in 15:00, Latest check-out 11:00, Hotel, No-smoking room 64
410 Alliance Parkway, 29621 Anderson, United States of America
- Station (Greenville - Amtrak Station) 30.56 km
- City centre (Anderson) 15.21 km
- Airport (Greenville Spartanburg International Airport (GSP)) 45.63 km
- Diners Club
- American Express
- Japan Credit Bureau (JCB Intl.)
Accepted payment methods
- Hotel-owned car park
- Marked disabled parking space
- Outdoor swimming pool
- WLAN with Internet access in lobby
- Fitness centre
- WLAN with Internet access in rooms
- Wheelchair-friendly rooms in accordance with DIN 18024, 18025
- Satellite TV
- Telephone on the desk
- Fax connection
- Coffee machine/tea-maker
- Microwave oven
- Iron + ironing board
- Temperature controls
- Bathroom with bathtub
- DSL/broadband Internet access
- Safety deposit boxes at reception
- Air conditioning in public areas
- Free daily newspapers
- Business center
- Laundry service
Evaluations of Holiday Inn Express ANDERSON-I-85 (EXIT 27-HWY 81)
Location is very close to the Anderson Plant. Staff is friendly and the room was clean
Room furniture and decoration. Close to Bosch
Nice and clean
People were nice and it was close to work
Bed was very loud. Didn't just squeak but really made alot of noise. I had to go down to desk to ask about using microwave. Turns out it was connected to bathroom. I guess it was tired looking.
Very nice staff. Good Breakfast. Clean and spacious room. Attention to detail.
Needs some updating. Old elevator and other minor areas.
Close to the Robert Bosch plant.
Options for dinner limited. Mostly fast food chains.
Clean rooms and pleasant staff
less varieties for breakfast
Close to highway, and plant
Toilet made noise all night, bathtub was not level.
Very close to Bosch site. Staff was vaery friendly and kind.
The facility was under renovation. The only way to access the hotel was through the front door, even with a room key.