I stayed at the Knights Inn on a recent trip to Richmond. It had relatively good reviews, but I was very disappointed when I got there. The first room was so bad that I requested another. It had carpeting that was worn and the furniture was in pretty bad shape. The second room they moved me to was ok, but not a lot better. This place is old. Not only that, the walls are so thin that you can hear everything that's going on in the rooms adjacent to you. I wouldn't stay here again.