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Rating: 3.70

Address: 301 St. Joseph Street, New Orleans, LA, 70130

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    Comments (30):

    1. Karl K.
    For the love god made little green apples, make sure you have an interior room and not one that looks out over one of the streets surrounding the hotel. The loud club music runs all night at volumes that defy simple explanation, and even earplugs won't help you.

    07/05/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    2. Dana C.
    The worst Marriott Hotel ever. Will never stay here again. The evening staff was rude and the parking was horrible.

    13/09/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    3. Liz Z.
    I want to like this place more than I did. Multiple co-workers stayed here and had better experiences.

    The complimentary breakfast is great- waffles and so much more! Awesome way to start your day. The modern fitness center and indoor hot tub are also HUGE pluses.

    Most of my problems revolved around my room. It faced S Peters St, so it looked out on a bustling nightclub and neighboring bar & grill. They were both bustling until 4 or 5am on the weekends. Loudly. I was there for 2 weeks, and was continually told another room would be available in a few days only to later be told it wasn't. The wireless internet would kick me off 3-4 times a day, sometimes kicking me to a screen asking me to pay $15. There were also multiple days when, despite a "Privacy Please" sign hanging on my door, housekeeping would knock multiple times then later call me to confirm whether or not I wanted housekeeping. The mattresses were hard, the hairdryer was broken, and the fridge was barely cold enough to keep anything fresh.

    This was really a surprise compared to other similar Marriotts I've stayed at. I wouldn't say to not stay here, but definitely get a room overlooking St. Joseph!

    10/03/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    4. Gwen B.
    This was one of the few safe/clean hotels I could find to accomodate a group of 10 on a tight budget in only 2 rooms.  Each room came with 2 queen beds and a fold-out sofa, which worked out perfectly for our group!
    SpringHill is also one of the Marriott hotels that offers free breakfast, and not just cold pastries and coffee.  Breakfast was a whole buffet of hot foods, many breakfast drinks, and plenty of seating.  
    The hotel has wireless, but is not always accessible on the higher floors, but not to worry--they provide an ethernet cord!
    The cleaning staff was great and returned our hotel room to order each day, after 5 girls spent the night tearing it apart.  
    Finally, it's in a great location and we were able to walk to all but one of the places we visited during our stay!

    09/04/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    5. Peg B.
    There are bars on two sides of this hotel, so don't go if you plan to sleep!

    07/05/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    6. Jennifer B.
    As others have stated, the front desk staff is not that friendly. On one occasion the front desk manager helped us and she had a horrible attitude, so that may explain a lot. Our room was great. It was a second floor room with access to an enclosed courtyard. We spent  a lot of time there just relaxing. The location is great also. Away from the French Quarter but close enough for a short cab ride. The wait that I encountered for breakfast was at the waffle station. Yes, parking is a pain, but parking is a pain everywhere in New Orleans. I would stay here again.

    18/12/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    7. Steve R.
    (this is a bit longer than most reviews, you can skip to the last two paragraphs for a summary of why I gave them five stars)

    My dad (86 yrs old and in a scooter) and I spent a week here while in town for business.  I had checked out Yelp before hand and was a little concerned about some of the reviews, to the point I was wondering if I should find another property.

    I am pleased to say I encountered none of the negative issues that appear in the other posts.  

    The staff was beyond friendly.  From the time we came through the lobby they would try to greet us with a "Good Morning or Afternoon".  If they were on the elevator with us they would let us know that if there was anything we needed to just let someone at the front desk know.  

    I even spoke to one of the engineering staff (custodian) who had just finished cleaning some carpets, he was telling me with pride how the hotel had tried outsourcing the carpet cleaning but it didn't work out so well.  This man was happy he was able to clean his carpets and it mattered to him how they looked.  I could here the pride he had in his job.  That was pretty cool and I hope my own staff can have that pride in their job.

    The breaksfast staff was busy, the hotel was very full for most of my stay.  If there were no tables available all you had to do was wait 2 or 3 minutes and someone would leave.  Even though they were busy replenishing things, they still took time to come around and check on people or clear plates for people (though I always see these types of breakfast as more of a "Do it yourself" and hate when people get up and leave their stuff on the table).  They also took time to give my dad a hand when I was unable to go with him due to work demands.

    The breakfast food is the cookie cutter style for hotels that serve a breakfast like this:  Cooked in a bag scrambled eggs that are rubbery but fine, sausage or ham (alternates daily), make your own waffles, oatmeal, cereals in the plastic bowls (froot loops to special K), bagels, muffins, danish, a bowl of fruit, yogurts, coffee and juices.  All the food was decent, edible and restocked quickly.

    Parking can be tight, but I think this is true anywhere in New Orleans.  I would say there is room for about 8 cars in the registration area which seems to me it should be enough.  I did not have a car so it was not an issue.

    The rooms are already well described (as was the food so I probably did not need to go into that either) so I will not go into great depth.  Based on Yelp's reviews I did request a courtyard view which we received, so I cannot confirm or deny the claims the street views were too noisy.  Walking around on the streets I did not see them to be noisy though (maybe I go to bed too early?)

    The fitness and pool area are adequate.  The fitness equipment seemed fairly new and worked fine.  Jacuzzi was nice (but loud because its enclosed in its own room so there is a lot of echo).  The pool is small but works.  I can see it being crowded in the summer when its warmer.

    I came here knowing it was not a full-flag Marriott or an upper scale hotel.  On a 5 star level for the type of property is it,  where a flea bag hotel is a 1, Days Inn is a 2, Marriott is a 4 and The Ritz is a 5, I would rate this a solid 3.  

    Based on my expectations for the property, It met or exceeded them and I am giving it a 5 star rating. I would be happy to recommend it to my friends and plan on staying here if I have the chance to come back to New Orleans.

    10/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Roy S.
    Great hotel! Staff was great especially the (free) breakfast staff! Reasonably priced.

    02/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. Andy H.
    I had not stayed at a SHS before. So for check in process, it was fine, the only complaint I have is the lack of parking in front of the hotel before check in. The room was fine, a studio suite with a king bed, a sofa, desk, micro/fridge, and a single TV on a swivel. My biggest complaint is with the position of the TV (so that it could be swiveled for viewing from the sofa and the bed), however it was too far from the bed to be seen clearly. Also, the desk was behind the tv, so no working and watching at the same time.  A minor complaint, but the staff came by 3x within an hour of check in to to clean the rooms - I finally had to put the sign out.

    Also, was a busy weekend, and the breakfast buffet was packed, so I did not eat, but it looked pretty good.

    21/01/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    10. Linda B.
    This was my first-time staying at a SpringHill Suite hotel. Pretty nice digs for a 3-star, business hotel. Leaps and bounds better than the Wyndham Garden on Baronne! I loved my room - comfortable, clean, bright, and stylish. The free breakfast was a nice bonus, although the lines and crowd were insane.  Thankfully, housekeeping did not knock on my door at 9am. A little far removed from the hubbub of Bourbon street but still well within walking distance of the French Quarter and nearby a lot of great restaurants. I would definitely stay here again.

    28/05/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    11. Jessica A.
    This was my first experience staying at a SpringHill Suites, and I'm sure there's better SS's out there.

    But my choice to stay here was based on:
    a) price
    b) getting Marriott reward points
    c) location
    d) complimentary breakfast

    Check-in was friendly...and I had a late arrival around 10pm. But why would you give me an accessible room? Uggghhh (Pet peeve) So back down to the front desk. The attendant stated that since I requested a King, they only had an accessible room available. So I gladly switched to two double beds.

    Room was pretty blah. Looked like a hospital room - - lacking personality. The bathroom was clean, but the wallpaper is starting to peel off the wall. Gross!

    Breakfast area was packed. (I'm not sure why... nothing tasted that good.) But typical fare -- scrambled eggs, pastries, waffle maker, coffee, tea, etc.

    I most likely will not return here.

    PS - Check the AAA rates, I was able to get an $80 rate. Oh and parking is $30.

    10/09/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    12. Michael L.
    Very nice and large Spring Hill.  I love Spring Hill's so I am biased.  The breakfasts in the morning never disappoints.  Not giving it 5 stars because I feel they have shady characters staying here on weekends from out of town, not in their control.  They do have security that walks around to monitor it.

    01/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    13. Becky D.
    Giving them a 5. Bar noise across the street was not a problem. Hotel is in good location and all hotels have a parking fee so used to that.  I have a baby so it would be nice they carry the cover plays that I thought were required for marriotts?  I'm an elite member and get everywhere I go and they don't have it here.
    Breakfast was a bit grouchy but hopefully she's better tomorrow

    28/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    14. Felicia M.
    If your looking for a place to stay that's right by everything in the city. Well you've found it. Look no more. Very spacious, very quiet, but yet very safe.

    18/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    15. Donna A.
    I absolutely loved this hotel.  There was a huge street party right near the hotel, and it did not bother us one bit.  It was a pleasant walk to the WWII museum and to many other places in the French Quarter.  We felt safe.  The hotel was clean and pleasant....really calming decor.  I found the front desk to be very helpful and eager to help.  

    The breakfast was good.  My family enjoyed it, but there were no gluten free options except fruit.

    27/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    16. Audrey K.
    Here for a convention - only 2 blocks to the convention center so a great spot. Super comfortable beds, rooms are very spacious and clean. Desk staff has been superb.  Great coffee, available all day. Close to the River Walk, and if you want to get to the other districts try the hop on/hop off bus - very fun way to get around the city and spots you want to go to.

    05/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    17. Jason A.
    Three stars, but that's only by comparison to other Springhill Suites.  

    Housekeeping: Room was clean, no real complaints.  I had the same experience as other reviewers: 8:30 a.m. knock on the door to see if they could start.  Good thing I was already up and showered.

    Room:  Bathroom needs some upgrade.  Don't like seeing stains on the tub (another reason for the 3 stars).  A couple ants wandering the bathroom says its time to fumigate!!!  Bathroom was clean though, it just needed some maintenance.  Also, don't like not having an outlet by the bedside to plug my phone in.  Hate having to pull the nightstand away from the wall and having to choose to unplug a light or clock.  Fridge, coffee maker, and couch were all good.  Also, towels are 2 stars - they still do the job but theiir getting close to sand paper quality - time for management to replace 'em.

    Nightly Rate: Much lower than I expected.  5 stars in this category.  Up the rate a few bucks and fumigate and buy new towels!

    Amenities: Pool, spa and workout room were standard: clean and well-equipped and well-stocked with towels.  No probs there.

    Breakfast spread: Same as all others.  Eggs were fine, but the "sausage" was crap.  Pastries, juices and coffee were all good.

    Staff: Excellent - five stars.  Nicest bunch of folks I've dealt with.  Also, they knew their town when I asked questions.

    Stuff available around you: 3 stars.  Place across the street (place with the green doors and shutters) was ok.  There's a Subway close by.  Business travelers should know that  the FedEx Office a couple blocks away was subpar - bad experience there.  Overall, not a lot of options if you need stuff close to the hotel.

    Getting around - I walked to French Quarter, and it was cool to walk thru the Warehouse District.  Cab ride back from French Quarter was only $7, so I tipped the guy $3 and made it an even $10.

    Sleep quality - occasional idiot with the booming car speakers drives by, interrupting sleep.  I saw posts about the bar with the green doors causing noise, but I did not have that problem (my room faced St. Joseph as well).  Bed and pillows were fine.

    Overall, my review is for the business traveler.  This was a very family friendly hotel.  Lotta kids and family type, which is fine, but that ups the noise when you're trying to work.  If I had to come back to N.O., I would probably try another Marriott hotel, but I could do this again just to keep costs low for the client.

    25/06/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    18. Sarah R.
    Great location, safe parking, good strong wifi even on the top floor. Close to so much... Garden district, French quarter, street car connections, good food! Front desk is very nice and very warm and clean space. Would stay here again.

    08/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    19. Zinf A.
    Pros:

    - Giant breakfast bar that was open past what was listed (9am). Everything was refilled very quickly too!
    - Everything was clean
    - Rooms were equipped with a microwave and mini fridge
    - The couch in the "living" area of the room had a queen size mattress, which was nice. Definitely something to consider in the future.
    - Stayed in a room facing the pool, so I didn't hear anything while sleeping.

    Cons:

    - There's a reason the breakfast bar is so big. I thought I was going to get trampled on my way up to get eggs (they were worth it though).
    - Trash cans weren't lined, and there wasn't one next to the toilet.
    - The TV was placed awkwardly (in between couch and where the beds were)
    - It took forever to check in. The lady at the front desk was quite possibly the slowest being ever. I'm talking sloth-speed. I waited 20 minutes in line and then an additional 15 for her to check on my room. This was the day after Christmas, though, so I can understand it being so busy. But man.
    - The heater didn't work. Ended up turning the thermostat really high, then low just to see if it made a difference. It didn't.
    - The fruit at the breakfast bar was never replenished.
    - The layout of the building is terrible. Most of the rooms are quite far from the elevator, and the walls are very thin. VERY. THIN.

    01/01/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    20. Michelle H.
    Pros: Lobby area is nice and clean. In walking distance from all the hot places in NOLA.

    Cons: Housekeeping knocks on your door at 9AM. This is a party city. We didn't get back to the hotel until 5:30AM both nights -- we are still sleeping! Called the front desk around noon to get housekeeping back to clean our room while we were out for the day. Got back that afternoon and they never came back to clean our room. We had to call the front desk 3 times to get extra shampoo/conditioner and towels. -- The hot & cold labels in the shower were on the wrong side. It took me a few mintues to realize it after the water never got warm. Annoying.

    All the other Springhill Suites I've stayed in have been really nice. This one needs some renovation.

    11/03/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    21. Brian H.
    As a previous reviewer stated, the housekeeping here knocks early, so remember to hang your "I Got Bourbon Faced on S**t Street" tag on the outside of your door.

    The rooms were clean and the breakfast spread was like a well-appointed cattle feeding. This wasn't the fault of staff, just reflected the sheer number of people in the hotel the previous nights.

    Our room backed up to the late-night bar "Red-Eye", which when I went to school down here, was a great place to come at 4am to do the unwise things people do at that hour. Needless to say, the revelers were loud. Fortunately, the cops came and quieted everyone down after hitting their lights and sirens a couple times.

    This is a place to be passed out at, not slept in.

    17/04/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    22. Derek S.
    Clean rooms, great location, and a free breakfast. What more can you ask for?

    02/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    23. Trina J.
    Housekeeping prevents another star. Admittedly, the other reviews are spot on but one would thing the hotel has gotten the memo and talked to the housekeepers.

    I stayed here a few nights during my last visit. I received a room that faced St. Joseph which is directly across the street from a popular night spot. I agree with one reviewer that says you need to be passed out to get a good night's rest. There is no way to sleep through the loud music that blasts on weekends until at least 6am. Geez!  To makes this worse, housekeeping knocked on my door at 8:30a on a Saturday. Really!!? I mean this is a late night city, in the heart of downtown. 8:30a? C'mon!! I told them to go away. At 10am, I received another knock. I answered and the housekeeper asked if I was ready for the room to be cleaned? I said no and she went away.

    Fast forward to another day, when I put the do not disturb sign outside. They did not knock but when I did leave the room at 12p and tool it off, I should have known that the housekeeper would not clean the room even though a cleaner was a few rooms down cleaning someone else's room. What is sad is I returned to the room and there was voicemail left a 2:30p from another hotel room saying your room was not cleaned because of the do not disturb sign. What sign? Just say you did not want to clean the room.

    The hotel rooms are really nice, very clean and are equipped with a microwave and refrigerator. The free breakfast was really nice, It included fruit, cereal, yogurt, juice, coffee and a few hot items.

    I would stay here again but the housekeeping needs retraining. It is unclear why they should continue to derail the experience of most guests.

    08/05/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    24. Jason W.
    Okay not off to a good start. We spent one night here already. Got up and left to start our day for 6 hours and wanted to go back to the room to rest before starting the last night in New Orleans, ROOM WAS NOT MADE UP YET!!!! So we called the front desk and agent said well housekeeping goes home at 5pm you still want your room done? Um yeah! Hello! And we are Marriott Gold Member and stay a lot and pay a lot  to get this kind of service.
    Not our fault that they don't have adequate staffing, management's problem not our as the guest of this hotel.
    The Corporate Company need to take a look at making there reward members happy as they should look at how much money is tracked and spent. And rooms ain't cheap either.  
    As I am doing this the room is still not done. Left the room at 355 pm and it is now 436 pm.
    I don't know how to stay, but when they ask at check out how was your stay, they will be sorry they asked.

    22/05/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    25. Briana E.
    Stayed for 5 days. Best hotel experience ever. The employees are extremely welcoming, friendly, polite, knowledgeable and they go out of their way to help you.  I don't like hotels at all, but this experience has made me at least like this hotel. Not only were the employees kind and helpful, our rooms were clean. Housekeeping came every day. The beds were spacious and comfy. The concierge even let us pay for our room separately at the front desk (6 of us total). Also, the breakfast was tastey and filling. Breakfast consisted of scrambled and boiled eggs, spinach leaves, salsa and cheese on the side, some breakfast meat (varied day to day), oatmeal with nuts, cinnamon, cranberries, raisins, brown sugar, agave nectar, etc., as add ins, yogurt, toast, bagels, with pb, cream cheese etc., coffee, iced water, orange, cranberry, and apple juices. The hotel has a snack room, and does not have a bar. It has a small pool and a nice jacuzzi (both close at 10, though when we stayed later they did not kick us out). It also has a nice gym though, I do not remember if I saw free weights. The hotel also has office space and plenty of lounge spaces in hallways and the first floor. It is very close to the convention center, several bars, 15 minute walk to Bourbon street, 2 minute walk to RiverWalk outlets and a 7minute walk to the in door mall. 5 minute walk to the Harrah casino. Close to many popular restaurants and taxis are always outside the hotel if you need a ride. In other words, you should stay at this hotel.

    27/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    26. Diana H.
    If you're coming to NOLA, this is your place! The only downsides I can see are: smallish rooms, continental bfest is typical and without much variety, and the parking lot is really small, BUT.... the goods are tremendous! The rooms are clean! We took a King sized bed and it is super soft with a generous amount of pillows.  There is also a rather long comfortable couch with coffee table, adjancent to a desk area and mini fridge. Although odd designed; its very comfortable, has a home-like feel rather than hotel room.

    Best of all their service! Wow, everone we've encountered is just wonderful. From front desk personnel, hotel guard to morning bfest staff; they are all smiling, helpful, willing to go the extra mile for you. Its almost as if THEY are the owners of the hotel and want to make sure your time here is exceptional.

    Of note, Kiria & Maurice were super sweet when I had just arrived; my online booking site had not advised the hotel of my reservation so I was relocated to this hotel; I'm SO glad they did. They understood my situation and helped me return to vacation-mode immediately. Couldn't be happier!

    11/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    27. Jenna N.
    I've never seen so many genuinely kind employees at once. I'm sitting in the lobby waiting to start the day and witnessing the best costumer service I've ever seen. The front desk lady is saying Goodmorning to every person who walks by, she has the largest smile, she is being so beyond helpful to every person with a question and I can see how her smile and kindness is effecting people while they leave the hotel. They look brighter, as if her smile and presence made them happier.
    One gentlemen (wearing all white, I'm about 95% sure he is a painter) opened the door for a large group of people, picking up a pair is glasses for a lady who had her hands way too full, and gave a very descriptive direction to some very lost and horrible sense of direction couple. He left with them. I'm not positive, but he might possibly be escorting them to here destination.
    The hotel is very clean. Not too loud. Full of GREAT customer service.
    I wish I was staying here!!!
    Next time(:

    25/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    28. Demetria C.
    Nice suite 2 queen size beds , living area with pull out sofa and full kitchen microwave refrigerator 2 burners , nice view from 11th floor, evening reception with drinks and food different food each night and breakfast consist of waffles eggs sausage patties and link sausages fruit yogurt , coffee tea juice , front desk helpful with any questions you may have and it was Mardi Gras route and across the street Mother's restaurant , 2 blocks from Harrah's Casino and 2 blocks from Canal Street 20 minute walk to Bourbon Street

    14/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    29. Courtney M.
    I really really liked this SpringHill Suites. It boasted a great location, super friendly staff, comfortable spaces, and a not-too-shabby breakfast buffet.

    As is always the case in the downtown New Orleans area, I was not sure what to expect when it came to parking onsite - the hotel offers parking, but by no means does it guarantee parking. Their lot under the hotel is rather small - approximately 40-50 spaces. You can come and go as you please, which is nice because you don't have to ask a valet to retrieve your car. About $28 per night.

    The market pantry by the check-in counter is a quick stop for any needs you may have - including beer and wine! Love that! Be ready to be charged a premium - personal size bag of chips was $2. If they don't have what you're looking for, there's a liquor store within walking distance. They'll happily give you directions on how to get there.

    The trolley stop is only a couple blocks away - super convenient if you're looking to head into the Garden District for some sightseeing.

    Quick notes:
    -- Be sure to hang your "Do Not Disturb" sign on the door unless you are an early riser. The maids during our visit regularly knocked each morning before 9am - usually closer to 8:15a-8:30a. Schedule service with the front desk or ask the maids to come back later if you so desire. They can also just give you fresh towels or shampoo directly from their carts if that's what you need.
    -- They have a taxi stand out front, but if you need a ride to the airport you may want to schedule that with the front desk.
    -- The gym is small but has decent machines. The free weights were a bit heavy for me - nothing smaller than 25lbs? Yowza. I was feeling it the next day! Ha! TV's on all of the machines - some with better reception than others.
    -- Solid wifi everywhere on property.
    -- Nice courtyards with picnic tables - makes for a good alternative workspace.

    29/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    30. Kate I.
    We are here for the Humane Society Conference. I researched all the hotels, all Marriotts, on our conference list & found Springhill Suites met our needs & was practically next door to convention hall. We were a late check-in, but I had pre-registered so it was a breeze. The front desk workers have all been pleasant & helpful when asked. The room...suite was well laid out, spacious & clean. The only 'complaints' are: To begin with I understood that there was room service at the hotel, there is not (there are delivery companies that pickup from a variety of local restaurants, ie: the Grubhub). So no big deal. The bed, or rather the mattress is...ugh! It definitely has been used awhile. Everything is clean & bedding is beautiful; but I have a sleep # at home and this bed feels like it's on 10 with the air leaking out. I slept turned around (head at bottom) and laying cross ways because the bed offered more support this way. This was the worst problem because both mattress in room were this way so we just adjusted. Also, heard another patron say similar about their room's mattresses. Next, their parking was limited but I was guaranteed a space (handicap) if we stayed with them. However, nothing was noted on our reservation sheet. Conveniently they had one for us, so no big deal. Another minor disappointment is advertising suggested tv in bed room & in living room...2 tvs. What we got was one tv that sat at the pass thru between the rooms & swiviled. No one gets a good view or can hear it very well. It's all Inconvenient when trying to unwind at end of day. We got the suite to use as two rooms, so we could have our own space. Oh well. These little things are truly not a big deal; however, the mattress situation added up to minus one star. Now here's the good news: spacious rooms, lots of storage, bath suite, kitchen & office area; awesome pool garden; beautiful architecture & decorating; clean, clean, clean; pleasant staff; awesome complimentary breakfast; close & convenient to get to everything in area. So far...very pleased.

    My pics show our suite, garden pool (from 4th floor window) & my friends, Nicki & Debbie, in the lobby. Springhill Suites Nola lobby is gorgeous! It's an open, two-story with exposed brick & contemporary sitting area. It's simplistic but oh so beautiful. It's reminiscent of this area's style. I love the architecture, design & decoration, around the Quarter.

    The complimentary breakfast cafe has  abundant bar stations, including: a variety of bread delights, cereals & breakfast bars, the waffle,  egg and the oatmeal stations have a variety of toppings to add, sausage, fruits, juice cooler, coffee & tea station. Best of all everything is fresh and amazing. The sitting area is setup like a coffee house: tables w/ comfy chairs, seating bars w/ work stations, lounge couches & oversized chair groupings, and a huge flat screen that can be seen by all showing the morning news (volume level is perfect). What a way to start the day and best of all it's complimentary & close. :)

    Check out was a breeze & more than enough luggage carts to help us out. Wonderful hotel (fix the mattresses)...definitely recommend!

    31/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0