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Clarion Hotel Airport Conference Center in Jacksonville, FL

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Rating: 2.30

Address: 2101 Dixie Clipper Dr, Jacksonville, FL, 32218
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Comments (10):

1. Christine G.
The rooms are desent however,.. jacuzzi was broken the four days I was here and the food was not good at all

05/04/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
2. sheila r.
Disgusting. Smelly rooms.  Very dark parking lot.  Looks like something out of a 1980 horror movie.  I had a 5:30AM flight and thought this would be perfect... My $20 car rental would be better.

30/06/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
3. Bill C.
Usually, I am not a fan of hotels that are located at airports. But the Clarion is not a bad at all. The rooms are of good size and pretty well updated. This hotel has free wi-fi but it was pretty slow. But then again, it was free. My major concern was that the noise from the airport would keep me up. Nope, that was never a problem.

This hotel has a nice breakfast buffet set up which is a nice way to start the day. Apparently, they also have a restaurant for dinner, but I never got a chance to check it out. The lounge is very nice. it's a good place to have a beverage and a snack if you desire.

Will I be back? The next time I am in Jacksonville, I will think about this place.

14/12/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
4. Norman J.
Look. This property is close. VERY close to the airport. You can walk to the checkpoint in the morning. Really. Not more than 1/2 a mile.A shuttle bus is avaiable. This property is dated to say the least in EVERY respect. However it was clean. Breakfast was complimentary and tasty. The good news is I found out that Hilton's DoubleTree brand will be assuming ownership this year and transformation should be complete I'm told in about 6 months. So if you need to position yourself for an early morning flight or just like to be close to the airport the day before your flight, this is the place for you. Don't be put off by the real name of Jack's Airport Hotel ( the Clarion's real name) good night's sleep and close proximity is worth it.

07/08/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
5. Steffanie R.
Super cheap for an Airport Hotel!  But when the fire alarm goes off at 3AM  when you are trying to get some rest before you flight it just ruins the trip, it makes it so not worth it.  Restaurant wasn't great. pool is nice though!  Pool is just as warm as the jacuzzi, I guess its broken.

29/04/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
6. Chris U.
One room was good, one room smelled a bit off.  The breakfast was average (not too much selection, but the quality was fine.

It is walking distance from the airport, so the location was fine, and we got a great price (it was near Christmas).  Probably 2 1/2 stars overall.

21/12/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
7. Andrea S.
I okay needed to a stay here one night an I had an early flight the next morning so I can't speak on the breakfast.
I frequent hotels often and I'm not that picky but it's got a lot of work to do under construction. A clean bed and a shower are all I ask.
Myself and another guy went to ck in about 15 minutes before 3 and were told when ck in is and the rooms aren't ready yet. I had a car so I killed time for a few minutes and came back. The lobby smelled nice and check in was quick. My floor was muggy but the room was nice. A fridge and a microwave so no complaints.
When I called the front desk or tried to, it would ring and hang up on both lines so I used my cell. The business center only had one computer but at least it was free, and my bathroom light didn't work.
Although you could walk to the airport, it was pitch black the next morning so I had to get the shuttle driver. He was kind of a smart ass when I stood inside to wait die him bc it was cold and early. Why would a single woman stand outside so he asked if I were afraid of the cold. My reply was pretty much. He sd good morning when I got in the van. No talk is better than some to me.
It's hard to believe just a few years prior, airline crews stayed here. There's only one restaurant but only a five minute drive to others so if convenience and a cheap room are what you need, you got it here.
I wasn't charged for parking which was nice so I think I will wait until they're done remodeling bc there are 10 other hotels within a mile reasonably priced and some that offer a free breakfast and paper.

24/10/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
8. Dennis W.
This place is dismal. On the up side it's VERY close to the airport...and the kid at the front desk is friendly enough...and it's cheap...OK, that's the end of the up sides.

Apparently this used to be a Clarion. The only sign outside says "Jacksonville Airport Hotel". Clever name. No logo's; no colors...

In the lobby there are signs saying this will be a Doubletree at some time in the future. From my experience, this would appear to be a LONG way off.

The bad: the rooms are very, very worn down. I'm in a non smoking room but it reeks of nicotine and cigarettes. The carpet is filthy and full of cigarette burns.

I arrived just after 10PM, hungry from no meal on my flight, and found the "lounge" had just closed, as had the room service. No food for me!

I have a couple free hours tomorrow morning so I thought I would use the fitness center which is, according to the services guide, "equipped with contemporary gym apparatus". Hmmm, went down to check it out and discovered a mostly empty large room, with three elliptical machines, some sort of non-functioning Nautilus thing, and no TV, towels, no water fountain...nothing.

Speaking of TV, the TV in my room is a tube TV and it's a color TV of sorts, as long as you only need three colors in your TV programming: white, gray and green.

The front desk has some type of stale baked nondescript quasi chocolate concoction that maybe was once a chocolate cookie. I was so hungry I ate one. Yikes.

The place is almost totally deserted, the lighting level is low, the halls and elevators are stiflingly hot and muggy.

The WiFi is unsecured and slow. It took me 15 minutes just to log-in.

The sign in the lobby says they have breakfast in the morning; let me just say I am prepared to be underwhelmed.

I have stayed in all kinds of places all over the world, and I can honestly say I have stayed in worse places, but I'll be back in Jacksonville in a couple nights and have already made reservations somewhere else.

The right thing for these guys to do would be to close down completely, finish the remodeling, and stop ripping off guests who stay here expecting the quality of a Clarion (far from it), or as a minimum, at least a fully functional hotel (with a real fitness center, a real lounge, real TV's, real lights in the hallways, etc.). It is a ghost town and honestly, a depressing place to be.

Please do yourself a favor: until they are finished remodeling, stay somewhere else.

21/10/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
9. N S.
Too bad I had to give it one star. Avoid this place. My mom booked two rooms, one of them for her and her husband and one for my family. When she called the clerk suggested a room with two queens and a roll away for my family of five so mom booked it.
We arrive at the airport and call for the shuttle twice because we waited an hour. We tried to walk but their were no sidewalks and we would have been in road. We meet with mom at hotel and she says they no longer have the 'breakfast' but they would drop off And pick us up at Denny's. So we get ready to go to Denny's and nope, shuttle driver says he can't do that. This was their idea, not ours. Ok, we will drive ourselves but in the meantime could we get that rollaway bed in our room?  No problem. We come back a couple hours later and no rollaway. Pick up phone to call desk but phone is dead. Walk back to desk to get told its against code we can't put a rollaway in there and we don't have any rollaway a anyhow. What?  We booked one room at your suggestion. But they offered us a discount on an additional room. Asked to see a manager but none were on site. Poor girl working the desk called someone at home, I could hear kids whining on background. Still tying to sell me another room or have us three to a bed. No way!  After arguing forever they finally gave us another room. My husband stayed with our two youngest kids and I had my 17 yr old son stay with me for safety. The exterior doors has no security whatsoever. One kick would open the patio door ( the one that the extension cord is going under). And what is up with that?  Now I'm worried about fire, too.

18/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
10. Michael T.
Very cold restaurant, but the food was good.
No WiFi even though it is advertised. Employees claim it's your receiver and not their system. (Bull !)
Great rooms and kind workers.

07/01/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0