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Wyndham El Paso Airport in El Paso, TX

Wyndham El Paso Airport in El Paso, TX

Specialties

Located just steps from the El Paso International Airport with an on-site seasonal waterpark, the Wyndham El Paso Airport Hotel and Waterpark is an oasis for the business traveler and a playground for vacationers to the area. Guests to the hotel find a quiet setting offering a warm ambience accented by comprehensive on-site amenities and top-notch service.

This one of a kind property offers a seasonal water park with a four-story waterslide, kiddy waterfall pool and the largest hotel swimming pool in El Paso. A full-service restaurant and lounge along with free Wi-Fi and a business center make it easy for guests to accomplish everything they need to do without leaving the hotel. Free parking and free shuttle service within three miles of the hotel make it easy to get around. At the end of the day, work out in our state-of-the-art fitness center or spend some time catching up with friends by the fire pit, the perfect location for those chilly El Paso evenings.

The Wyndham El Paso Airport Hotel and Waterpark offers 121 spacious courtyard rooms along with 151 two-room tower suites. All rooms include free Wi-Fi, coffee makers, comfortable bedding, refrigerators and microwaves. Specialty suites are available with a full-size private hot tub along with a living room, wet bar and refrigerator. The Presidential Suite offers a king-size bed, a whirlpool-style tub, a wet bar, a living room, a dining room and two televisions.

History

Established in 2007.

Wyndham opened it's doors in El Paso in 2007.

 

Company Info:

Rating: 2.52

Address: 2027 Airway Blvd, El Paso, TX, 79925

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    Comments (21):

    1. Cindy D.
    This hotel is VERY CONVIENENT (spelling?).  After I had a delayed flight from Chicago coming in at 11 pm, we literally walked across the street and there was the Wyndham.  I had signed up for the loyalty program before my trip, so I gave them my number.  When I entered my very spacious room, I had a plate of fruit, a 1/2 bottle of wine, and bottle of fancy water waiting for me.  The room itself had a living room, small bar, bathroom, and large king size bed.  I guess there was a patio, but I never opened my windows.  There is a free hookup to internet and $10 wireless charge.  Two TVs and nice work out room.  Overall pretty great hotel for the price.

    11/03/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. David K.
    Great for business travel. Right next to the airport. I actually walked to and from the airport. Very clean and affordable.

    15/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Sean L.
    Gross. The rooms felt dirty and more like glorified college dorms than hotel rooms. Yeah, it's right by the airport. You can easily walk to the check-in desk from baggae claim. Is this a good thing? Overhead plane noise...lots of traffic...questionable travelers looking for convience over quality. I guess there's a bar onsite and a pool. After checking into our rooms and calling the front desk for the refrigerators they promised us, we decided just to leave. The couple on the other side of the paper mâché thin wall screaming at each other convinced us to get rooms at the nearby Hyatt, which actually turned out to be cheaper and WAY more comfortable.

    30/03/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    4. tammy b.
    We stayed here for the water slide - not working. Unhappy kids, unhappy parents as a result. Our nights stay included free breakfast - but nothing is offered you have to ask..so overall I'd just say not upfront with values, and we stayed here for the pool and 4 story water slide which doesn't even work. Fitness center also not available and not working.

    18/06/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    5. Donna L.
    This was the WORSE experience of any hotel I have ever had.  Please don't waist your time and money. They were ALL every rude and seemed to be put-out by having to work. I had a knee and back injury and asked for a ground floor, close to the pool, over a week in advance and called 2 times to confirm, when I got there, they put me in the worse room for my needs. I met my 3 grandchildren there, they lost their wristbands to swim on the first day, I went to the front desk to ask for new ones for the 2nd day. I was told my grandkids could not swim any longer in the pool...(???) I told them my suite # and explained the kids had thrown away the old wristbands when they took baths that night. I was told "TO BAD, NO WRISTBANDS, NO POOL...PERIOD".  I told them I had paid $285 for 2 nights there, and my grandkids had a right to swim in their swimming pool.  I had to get the hotel manager involved and FINALLY got them into the pool. And this was also the very smallest suite I have ever seen, we could hardly turn around.  I have had better rooms and have been treated better at Motel 6.

    27/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    6. Scott S.
    They should call this hotel Wyndham on the tarmac! It is so close, you could walk there from the airport if you wanted to!

    The hotel itself is pretty nice with large rooms with nice amenities such as a flat screen TV, a microwave, and a small fridge.

    The facilities are also very nice. In particular, the hot tub is amazing. It is large, very deep for a hot tub, and very powerful. By far, my favorite part of the stay! For the kids, they also have several water slides, The fitness room is more elaborate then some with both elliptical, free weights, and several other strength machines.

    They also have a nice outdoor area which includes a fire pit.

    Overall, nice place, not outstanding, but still above average

    27/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    7. Matthew M.
    Great place to stay.  Fantastic for business stays...literally a stones throw from the small El Paso terminal...One of the best prices in town too...booked through orbitz for under $100 / night.  Might find it cheaper on priceline.

    Nice, friendly staff...ready to go above and beyond at every request.  They upgraded me to a suite so I might be a little bias in my review.

    I stay in a lot of hotels during my travels so this place is surely a gem.

    24/02/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Heather S.
    The advantage is that you can walk right from the ELP airport right to the hotel.  I like the outdoor space around the pool.  The staff are friendly and helpful.

    The rooms are spacious, but look tired and in need of a face lift.  What bothers me is that other than needing a face lift, is that not all of the guest room building are secure from outside access.  Outside doors do not require a keyed entry, which means anyone passing by can gain entrance.

    10/03/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    9. Matt D.
    Writing this from my hotel bed at 6 in the morning. I work afternoons and am in town on business. Why am I up at 6:00am you ask? Because I just felt something crawling up my arm in bed. Flung it off, turned the light on my phone on, and saw an inch long cock roach on the floor. Second one I've seen in less than 2 days here.

    Yes, it is right here at the airport, but I'd suggest a hotel with better reviews over convenience. The need a pest control service for sure.

    20/10/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    10. Refugio G.
    I like that it is close to the airport, but that is also a detriment as you can and will hear airplanes at all hours.  

    Here are the fails:
    roaches in the room, not the tiny ones, but the industrial sized ones.
    rooms are old and in dire need of a face lift.  lots of dust flying around
    leaky toilet that didn't flush often

    Pros:
    bar with fantastic prices
    staff is attentive and works to resolve issues (my first room did not have a working AC, but I was transferred to a new room immediately)

    I probably won't return, but it is a live and learn world...

    21/06/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    11. Lucky C.
    Friendly staff, but it's so inconvenience to go anyway if you don't drive

    07/05/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    12. kimberly s.
    great location - literally in walking distance to the airport so no waiting on a shuttle to come get you. slept very well - bed/ pillows are super comfy. breakfast buffet is reasonably priced & offers a wide variety of good food. staff is friendly. hotel shuttle will take you to the mall nearby.

    09/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    13. Brent M.
    Was in El Paso for business and the Wyndham is one of the newer/nicer properties around.

    Literally about a football field away from the airport, you can easily walk over.

    Setting is nice, staff is friendly, property is really cool, with pool and water slide in the middle, giving it more of a resort vibe with the layout and courtyard in the middle, with lounge chairs and fire pits all around.

    Rooms are decent but aren't as modern as you'd expect from a new resort, rates are fine.

    Bar and restaurant is pretty cool, too.

    23/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    14. Nathan H.
    Had a great stay at the Wyndham El Paso.  It's A-OK in my book and I'd stay there again.  

    Not wanting to rewrite the numerous previous comments I will attest that the service was in fact great, location to the airport...none better, good happy hour running to 8pm with complimentary food, and slept like a rock in a comfy bed.

    Also, The exercise room is located in the pool area.  The running and elliptical machines worked great, they had dumbells and one bench (functional but in need for recovering) with fresh towels provided and nice big TV going to keep you entertained in case you forgot your ipod.

    They have three internet desktops for guests close to the front desk, but if you'd prefer to lounge in the lobby area they also equip a few of the coffee tables with Samsung tablets.

    Room had a good fridge, microwave, and coffee maker, but in the morning I found it easier and tastier to just walk to the lobby and grab of complimentary cup of Starbucks coffee in a provided "to go" cup.

    Breakfast buffet was good.  Depending on the room price you negotiate your room may come with breakfast coupons.  ...but here's a tip: if you pay for the buffet request and they'll make you an omelet to your liking.  If you have the breakfast coupon you're going to be eating the scrambled eggs with the rest of us.

    ...and for business or web surfing I almost forgot: in your room get ready to kick back in a bona fide HermanMiller Aeron chair.  Who'd a thunk?

    31/01/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    15. Beto H.
    The staff is soo friendly. Especially Karen Polanco, Sales & Marketing Manager, who helped me with all my questions and needs.

    27/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    16. Rosa R.
    Yvette at front desk is extremely unfriendly & unprofessional. No regard for previously confirmed rooms.

    17/09/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    17. Joe S.
    Photos to follow.
    -Coffee pot in room inoperable.
    -Shower doesn't drain (2 work orders submitted-claimed to be fixed, still floods)
    -Cable port dangling from wall
    -Door frame to bathroom not connected to wall and missing large pieces
    -The waterpark as advertised was inoperable and the slide had no water flowing through it.
    -ATM in the lobby was double charging cards
    -Strongest Wi-Fi connection was 2 bars and at dial up speed

    -This Wyndham does not live up to the name brand associated with it.

    24/04/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    18. Ksylyn W.
    I am back, my work choses our hotels. I am staying in quite possibly the dirtiest hotel in our system. The pillows are so old and smelly I couldn't sleep on one. The bedding is so smelly and old I had to pull it off. The smell in the room was so bad I sprayed air freshener. I went to my co workers rooms to see if they were all like this....they are.  I had a non working coffee pot. I called down foe a working coffee pot, they brought one in a plastic bag and said it was new, it had old dust and dirt all over it. I had to go brew in another room. I called down and let the front know about everything and was told they would "log" this in. This hotel is going to require a complete overhaul and redecorating. New bedding are necessary and any management in charge of this hotel can see that. I am sitting up in a chair praying I leave soon. I hope I never come back here.

    15/11/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    19. D.G. H.
    Stayed here for a conference. Granted the temperature this week was between 108° and 105°, but when we walking into our room around 5pm the room was at 77° and the temp was set to 53°. There were also 2-3 very large stains on the carpet that were not very nice to look at and made us question the cleanliness of the room. I assumed the air conditioner was just frozen so I turned it off for 15mins then set it back to 68° to cool the room off. I called the front desk before we left to eat, asking about the air conditioner and they said they would have maintenance look at it.  My family (wife and 3yr old) and I got back to the room 3 hrs later after dinner and a meeting and the room was still around 77°, with a note saying it was working fine and they changed the filter.

    I called down to the front desk and the guy said it was a swamp cooler and it was just doing the best it could with 108° temps. I was not expecting swamp coolers in this quality of a hotel, but I know they have refrigerated air in the main lobby! Swap coolers? Really?

    I asked for another room and of course they were completely booked. I then asked for a fan to be sent to the room because the room was hot for me(much less my 3yr old daughter and wife). They said they would send one up. The fan never arrived that evening and it took until 3am before the room reached 73° enough for me to actually fall asleep after taking a cold shower to attempt to be remotely comfortable. (Btw: only like warm water, not really cold).

    I finally went down and picked up the fan myself for our second night and still no offer for a new room. I visited a few other rooms from friends and colleagues attending the same conference, and they had no problems with temps in their rooms and their rooms were actually much nicer with larger rooms and much newer furniture.

    I felt like a was being treated as a lower class and the hotel had much differing room qualities that you will probably never know about.

    I'm not sure how to ask for a room with newer furniture and much more room and larger bathroom, but both of these rooms were the same cost and both a single king bed.

    I will not return and  will ask for some kind of refund. It is obviously close to the airport and the food was not horrible (over priced, but typical of a hotel, but a hotel with this companies name, I've come to expect better quality.

    05/06/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    20. Chris G.
    Nice lobby and hallways. Ordered a pizza with anchovies. Out of anchovies. How hard is it to pick up a tin of anchovies at the store? Really? I also asked the bartender if the pizza dough was fresh. "Oh, ya it sure is! We even have a pizza oven in back"  Pizza comes out. Frozen pre packaged dough. It was like pizza toppings on a giant cracker. Ugh. Rooms are ok.  . Bar..outdated and sunken below ground level. Decorated in Miami Vice tv show style. Framed beer posters on wall. nice touch.

    13/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    21. Michael C.
    Would be five stars with new carpet and new upholstery furniture.  The restaurant and breakfast included in my package were above average.  I was here has a business traveler, there are lots of other amenities, like a water park, that I did not experience.

    08/05/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0