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Motel 6 Corporate Office

Motel 6 Corporate Office Address

Motel 6
4001 International Pkwy
Carrollton, TX 75007

Contact Motel 6

Phone Number: (972) 360-9000
Fax Number: (972) 360-5821
Website: http://www.motel6.com/
Email: Email Motel 6

Executives

CEO: Jim Amorosia
CFO: Lance Miceli
COO: Alan Rabinowitz

Motel 6 History

Motel 6 was founded by William Becker and Paul Greene in Santa Barbara, California in 1962.

The partners wanted to build motels with bargain rates and decided on the rate of $6 per night; a rate which would cover building costs, land leases, and janitorial supplies. This $6 rate is the reason for the name “Motel 6.”

To cut costs the brand offered coin-operated black and white television sets instead of the free color televisions offered at more upscale hotels. Motel 6 also had no on-site dining, a model that continues today.

Throughout the 1960′s the Motel 6 model became more popular and the company began to to take a small market share away from bigger chains.

By 1980 Motel 6 had 300 locations.

Kohlberg Kravis Roberts bought Motel 6 in 1985 and began to move it away from the no-frills approach.

French-based Accor bought the company in 1990 and began franchising in 1994 in order to expand more quickly

In 2000, Motel 6 expanded internationally for the first time with a location in Ontario, Canada.

The Blackstone Group bought the motel chain in 2012 for $1.9 billion.

Today Motel 6 has more than 1,000 locations in the United States and Canada. Motel 6 also operates extended-stay hotel chain Studio 6, which has about 60 locations.

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Sarah Francis July 20, 2014 at 2:21 pm

Holy hell hole, in Utah for my brothers wedding, Salt lake city airport, 1990 West North Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
We were trying to save money, and thought Motel 6, what a mistake that was. The room smells like cat piss, the carpet is stained with black spots everywhere, black mold in the bathroom, the shower is not clean, theres mold everywhere, the bathroom has rotting wood everywhere, I won’t take a shower, I can barely brush my teeth, no toiletries were provided, I cant walk in my barefeet its so dirty, my sheets are dirty, I had hairs in my bed, I couldnt sleep all night, I just felt dirty. What an F’n nightmare and shit hole. I want my money back, im never!!!! Staying at a motel 6 again!!!!!!!!!!!! O and I have cigarette burn marks on the comforter, its a non smoking room!!!!!!!!! Corporate is hearing about this!!!!!!!

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Jerry Shelton July 9, 2014 at 3:13 pm

OMG!!!! Where do i began, Hilltop Motel 6 in Redding CA. What a nightmare.Let me start by saying I stay at motel 6 about 5 times a month for work all up and down the western united states. And after my recent stay I will never spend another dollar at ANY MOTEL 6….. My most recent stay was with my son for one week while visiting Redding. For a week straight there was a prostitute only a few doors down from our room. At first we had no idea what was going on, but it didn’t take long to realize she was prostitute.5-10 men a day for FIVE DAYS STRAIGHT!!!! Finally i had enough, I confronted management about what was going on. And upon doing so look behind the counter to find the prostitute just hanging out. THEY ARE IN CAHOOTS!!!!. DISGUSTED AND CONFUSED I CALLED THE POLICE. When they came they said they had been investigating it for a few months. I can’t believe it but can assure I list all faith in all motel 6 chains as they have absolutely no concern with what riffraff goes on. My next move would be contacting the local news!!!!!

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Gayle Williams July 7, 2014 at 7:51 pm

This was the first vacation I have taken in almost 10 years with my children ALL TOGETHER. YOU GUY’S AT MOTEL 6 MADE IT TRULY A NIGHTMARE. First off we reserved 3 rooms. …when we got there NONE of the rooms where cleaned. WE CLEANED OUR OWN ROOMS…..FROM MAKING 6 BEDS TO WASHING OUT 3 TUBS AN EMPTYING THREE TRASH CANS……YOUR STAFF THOUGHT THAT WAS JUST SOMETHING FUNNY (THEY ALL NEED TO BE FIRED)…..I DON’T WANT TO TYPE THE REST OF WHAT I HAVE TO SAY…..I WILL BE CALLING YOU GUY’S…..

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susan bell June 28, 2014 at 6:10 am

Who do i talk to about motel 6 taking my money and putring me out 30 mins if that long out last night i got a room at motel 6 in sacermento my son and daughter in law and 3 year old son was to i was going to dennys they had to use the bathroom i told them run upstairs while i run to dennys the front desk man was so rude and bossy told me to leave without refund now i hadnt been in the room yet and the baby just used the bathroom that cost 70 dollars because i believe he was racist and felt he could just take are money and put me out he was laughing as i walked away and said very loud and rudely you can go now you are evicted with no refund you and that black kid please contact. Me asap susan bell 510-221-XXXX

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Ron Rohr June 26, 2014 at 4:35 am

We”be been at this motel for several weeks. Same room for 4 days. After paying to stay another day and we already had room service come thru 2 different times the same male maid came unannounced into our room. No knock or saying anything. I feel this is a violation of our privacy.The motel was Motel 6 on Kern Street in Salinas, Ca

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LTD Wireless June 5, 2014 at 6:18 pm

Our company is expanding sales with hotels like the Hilton in Pasadena CA.
We have great products like cell phone wall chargers for your guests that
forget to bring them. We would like the contact person who would be in charge
of showing our products. We are hoping to hear from you soon.

Thank you,
Richard Graff

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New Vendor May 18, 2014 at 10:28 am

We Bid on a pool repair job for our local Motel 6. My quote was awarded with their contract – including the stipulation of a deposit we required to begin work, adjustments to the warranty of the work, and a more liberal completion date. We got the owners the insurance and EIN info they requested and they sent it their purchasing agent. by the end of that week we had still not received the deposit we requested. In order to get this job completed by the contracted date, we went out of pocket to cover the supplies and labor for the job. We completed the job in good faith and to the owners satisfaction. We requested of their purchasing agent information on when and where our deposit check was issued and mailed mid week after we had completed the work. After getting the run-around we still do not have any information on if or when our payment was processed. As stated in their contract we have until today to complete the work, which we finished a week earlier, as well as signed confirmation that we would receive deposit. This places Motel 6 in breach of contract as we still have yet to receive a check. We are a small business and took a risk to help our local franchise look their best. Given the nature of our business, spring finances are tight and keeping all of our suppliers and labor paid on time becomes a challenge when corporate AR personnel do not do their jobs adequately and get their vendors paid within the time frames they promise. Once bitten twice shy. We will be very circumspect in the future about the ability of Motel 6 to pay their bills on time given the ineptness we observed while providing our specialized services.
P.S. We found a crack pipe in the bottom of the pool while we were cleaning it out. Classy joint.

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kevin crutcher April 22, 2014 at 6:06 pm

I stayed at motel 6 in el cajon last week not only were their bed bugs people kept knocking on my door at 3/4/5 in the moring i complained about it and got put on a do not rent to list

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Rita Haydu March 3, 2014 at 9:17 pm

I had booked the room back in July 6, 2013 and found out that they had no confirmation number 4521MO4895 for us, four days before arrival. Now I have to re-book at a higher price. This is poor management not contacting me about the motel changing the name from Motel 6 to Ecolodge. I would like a refund for the difference I have to pay for the room from Ecolodge. The difference is $119.66 that I have to pay.

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