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Company Info: Rating: 3.25
Address: 2540 Meacham Blvd, Fort Worth, TX, 76106 Hotels in Fort Worth, TX
1. Jean H.
After waiting 20 minutes to check in, I finally was able to, only to discover I had to wait another 15 minutes to wait for one of the two elevators that was working in the entire hotel. The room looked decent, but upon a more detailed examination of it, I discovered it was filthy. There was a cigarette burn in the comforter. The coffee maker had packets of sugar, stirers and coffee grounds in the water reservoir. I bought a lean cusine from the front desk. When I attempted to heat it in the microwave I found someone's leftovers in the microwave. They were half-eaten and who knows how long they had been there. I almost got sick after this discovery. In the morning, I could not run fast enough from this hotel.
22/02/12 | Link
| Rating: 1.0
2. Cassie D.
Upon our arrival our large group (50+ people) rolled our suitcases into the hotel to be greeted every few steps by a friendly staff member holding doors open. In the lobby, by the gorgeous fountain, was a table set up with freshly baked giant chocolate chip cookies, fresh fruit, and bottled water for all of us. At this point they've won me over completely. The lift is a little walk from the lobby but it is clearly signed so you won't get lost along the way. The rooms are spacious, extremely clean, and the beds are comfortable. We only spent a small amount of time here, I could have stayed here far longer. The buffet breakfast downstairs is sufficient, I feel in love with the waffle machine. The staff are nothing short of spectacular and even crossing them in the hallway they will stop and greet you. There is free wifi in all the rooms and it worked every single time I used it, another rarity in many hotels. I would absolutely come back and stay here, if only for the friendliest staff members.
22/09/13 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
3. Rick R.
This hotel needs drastic renovation. They have tried to update, but still is an old hotel. Elevators/Air conditioners/Bathrooms/Doors......ect. are some of the outdated issues. Stood in ankle deep water to shower, sink was stopped up, hallways noisy, air conditioner sounded like an 18-wheeler, front desk was a mile from elevators, nicest thing was the fountain in the main lobby.
19/07/14 | Link
| Rating: 2.0
4. Mike Z.
With this hotel being sold out the night we were there (we asked why there was hardly any parking available) and they have a convention center thing, I am surprised no one has reviewed this place yet. The place looks on the smaller end when you are driving up, but when inside it is a lot bigger than you would think. They have a great lobby area with a fountain and plenty of seating to meet up with people.
Checking in was super fast, thanks to Sean the Sales Manager who was at the front desk as we walked in. When we set up the reservation we mentioned it was our 7 year wedding anniversary and it turns out he upgraded us to a suite and put chocolate covered strawberries and 2 glasses of wine on the living room table. This type of service is what will make me talk about this property for a long time to come.
On the way to the room everyone from the maids to the maintenance guys said "Good Afternoon" or "Thanks for staying with us" and even "Have a wonderful stay". This was all in one quick walk from the front desk to the room. The halls are long so we passed a bunch of people. GREAT SERVICE.
The suite was really nice. You walk in and you have a living area with a couch and love seat, large table and big flat screen TV. Then in a separate room you have the bedroom with another flat screen, another love seat and the Sleep Number bed (I will mention this a little later). The bathroom was probably the largest once I have been in at a hotel in a LONG time. So once we got our settled into the room, we met some friends for dinner at the hotel.
The dinner was in a banquet room and the food was prepared by the executive chef at the hotel. Everything we ate was just amazing and I was thinking about it all night. My favorite dish was the play on chicken and waffles. The chicken was cooked perfectly, and the waffle had a touch of orange zest and blue cheese. To top it off he had something on the plate that I have never had before which was a chicken fried hard boiled egg. I didn't know what to think at first, but once you crunch into it and then taste that egg, I think it is something everyone should try at least once. SUPER WONDERFUL DINNER. Thanks Chef !!!
From dinner we went to Cassidy's (in the hotel and I will review separately) for drinks and a bunch-o-dancing. We ended up meeting Laura who is the Group Sales Manager for the hotel and she was wearing cowboy boots, which she mentioned she borrowed from a friend of hers. For not owning cowboy boots she was dancing pretty good.
Cut to 230am, my wife and I were the very last people to leave Cassidy's. There in the lobby we saw Sean the sales manager again and he had a great idea. Since none of their food options were open that last, he mentioned the McDonald's across the street is open 24 HOURS. I remember having a chicken sandwich and a salad, then we headed to the room after a while. We went back to the room and once we figured out the Sleep Number bed we went right to sleep. It was a great night and I will always remember this hotel from the moment we stepped foot in the hotel. I highly recommend this hotel which I found out is only a few minutes from the Stockyards if you are in the area. If you see Sean or Laura at the hotel, tell them I say HI!!!!
30/05/13 | Link
| Rating: 5.0