Traveled here with the family (of 3) on business. For a Signature Sandman this one was not that great. Some of the decor was ok, the rest just plain tacky. The lobby was nice except for the strange wallpaper behind the desk and in the elevator. Victorian meets modern. The girl at the desk was real new to the industry. Only one person at the desk, had to wait for a while for her to get off the phone. She was making a reservation for someone on the phone. Checked in on a Friday eve. so you think they would have called another desk person right away. She apologized for taking so long. Another guest arrived behind me and only then did another front desk person come out from the back. (ok, not in a rush, would not have even mentioned that if everything else went better.) I noticed on the webpage that there kitchen suites only have a king size bed and the sofa does not pull out. I asked her if there were any that had a sofa bed. She confirmed that they did not. It is really a surprise that they built all the kitchen rooms to only sleep a max of 2. (most families would like to have the kitchen, not possible here) I then asked if there was a room with a balcony. She told me there was not one available. The place was empty, I can`t believe there was not a room available with a balcony. When entering the room I was surprised how much smaller the room was compaired to the other sinature Sandman we stay at and this standard room. (small for most any hotel room). My first laugh was how when you lift the toilet seat it hits the back of the counter so that it leans forward. Real uncomfortable when you sit down. The counter is so small you can hardly put anything on it. The bathroom was so small period. My second laugh was the rod in the closet. It was too close to the door. Could not even shut the door because the hangers got in the way. Had to push them way inside to close the door. Bad planning all around. Our 12 year old daughter went to get a pop which was on another floor, she got locked in the stairwell. I can understand you having to use the card to get on most floors, but they should have the lobby floor able to enter without your key like most elevators do. The only way out was to go out the fire door and set off the alarm. I noticed she was gone too long and heard her knocking on the door down the hall. The pillows way to high, too fat and big. Hurt our necks. daughter had to use blanket instead. Brand new place, can't understand why the beds are sinking in the middle already. Must have cheaped out on those too. Ok some of the good things. small fridge and microwave under counter. Nice coffee machine with choice of coffee, tea etc. in the lobby. Had a nice dinner at Moxies next door. Allowed pets. Our new dogs first hotel trip. They charged they standard $20.00 for dog. They did give us a nice little bag for the dog with treats. I got a fall special for the place of $109.00. I would not pay anymore for the room we got. Would pay more if they put fold out sofas in the kittchen suites so that more that 2 can stay in them. Good thing it was only for one night.
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- An idyllic combination of alluring elegance, style and comfort, Sandman Signature Langley Hotel is nestled in the vibrant community of Walnut Grove, making it the perfect location for guests looking to visit surrounding areas like Abbotsford, Surrey, and Vancouver. With a look and feel like no other, Sandman Signature Langley Hotel leaves a lasting impression to remember. ... more less
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