Anonymous on 03/06/2013
March 3, 2013:
This website showed one report of bedbugs at the super 8, but it seemed like it could have been a mistaken identity, since there were no actual sightings, just a few bites. At $60/night, the price was great and it had good reviews, so I tried it...
I got a room on the second floor, and a check of the bed revealed that the mattress was sealed in a protective cover, but there were two carcasses lying on the box spring (outside the cover). After looking at MANY images of bedbugs,
I'd say I'm 98% sure they were bedbugs. I took them to the front desk. They were entirely unphased/unsurprised and not apologetic, but immediately refunded my money.
Susan on 08/20/2012
Stayed on 8/18/2012. My husband and I stayed in room 111 which was fine, but our friends stayed in room 105. One of them developed 2 bites right next to each other on the top of her hand several hours after we checked out. I was fairly certain upon examining them that they were bedbug bites, which have a distinctive whitish peak. I also learned that bedbug bites often take around 12 hours to develop, which places them squarely in the night we slept at the Super 8.