At first, I thought the hotel was a standard, unrenovated Marriott. The rooms were quite nice, having been renovated within the last few years. Updated fixtures, new beds, HDTVs, all make for a nice in-room experience. Outside the guest rooms, this place is a nightmare.
The fitness center and swimming pool, while nice features, have no rest rooms convenient to them. The nearest rest rooms are in the conference section on the other side of the hotel. The swimming pool is heated to 93+ degrees, but the hot tub is inoperable. The pool has a vinyl covering over the old tile walls, but even the vinyl is unsafe. The water was clear, but it seemed as though we were in a bathtub, with no bathrooms nearby. Searching for the bathrooms, there were several unlocked dors connecting to the pool room, one of which lead to a now-defunct and abandoned area of the hotel that was a former health club and day care center. That area had the detritus of several tanning beds, broken pool equipment and ladders, broken furniture and exercise equipment, and inoperative bathroom facilities. At least this section could have been locked off...
Now when seeking the bathrooms at 8am on a Sunday, we found them in the conference center on the other side of the hotel. Apparently there was a boxing event in the hotel the night before, but the hotel staff was unprepared for the crowds, and simply did not clean up after the boxing event. The restrooms looked as though they just hosted a major league football game, since there were no supplies, and every surface was covered with bodily fluids and toilets were clogged. When the front desk staff were alerted to the problem, they did call engineering and housekeeping right away, but the fact that they simply paid no attention to the condition of this public area of the hotel is indicative of a more substantial issue with their care of the hotel. They are more than willing to take your money for the room, but only perform the bare minimum of care of their property.
The breakfast was a passable Marriott buffet, with burnt coffee and typical pastries, fruit, and hot buffet items. Certainly not worth even the low $15 price.
Apparently they do have trouble maintaining peace and quiet in the hotel, as they require all guests checking in to sign an agrement about noise complaints.
If you have other choices, I would suggest you take them before staying here.
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