I'm a loyal Marriott customer so I've stayed in plenty of their properties.
I would rank this property at a lower tier than other Fairfield Inns. I didn't expect luxury because it is a Fairfield brand, but I expected more from a Marriott property. The door to the room leads to an exterior corridor. I should have called ahead to see if they had any interior corridor entries. It didn't look like any of the rooms had interior corridor entries. The carpeting and furniture were older. You are allowed to have 4 people in the room (we had 5 if you include my infant son), but they made available only 2 sets of towels. When I saw a custodian and asked for 2 more sets, he said the towels are being dried. However, he did offer to bring them to my room when they were ready. I didn't take him up on the offer because we needed to leave sooner than when I suspected he'd bring them over.
The only good thing about this place was the breakfast. It was your typical Fairfield Inn breakfast- toast, donuts, cereal, fruit, danish, and a waffle maker. The employees were helpful too.
I could stay here again, but if I had a chance to drive further north a try the Fairfield Inn in Macon, GA, I would do so.
- Also Known As:
- Azalea Hotel Valdosta