Just stayed here for 4 nights. This place IS fully renovated and there seems to be no trace of whatever it might have been previously--before reopening a few months ago. The spacious rooms and all furnishings and bathrooms are brand new. Love the large digital TV, the wide desk space(s), free wifi, fridge, very comfortable bed & pillows, large bathroom, large window (ours overlooked the pool area), the gym (with treadmills, elliptical, weights), the pool and beautiful deck, etc.
Also, the staff were wonderful--professional, welcoming, accommodating, knowledgeable. The housekeepers were extremely nice and did a great job every day keeping the room immaculate. The bartenders were very friendly.
One major minus: the restaurant & lounge. The actual set up is not bad--clean, modern, open. But the menu at the restaurant for dinner is shamefully inadequate; it is no wonder that virtually no one dines there. The management should really expand the menu and have nightly specials like a good steak or prime rib or an Italian dish, etc. and advertise to the guests. As for the "lounge" (a bar), it's no wonder that does so little business as well. It should be a no-brainer to management to offer nightly specials such as happy hour discounted beers, cocktails, wings, chicken tenders, hamburgers, or something--ANYTHING AT ALL!--to attract hotel guests. And let guests know about the specials. As is, the bar is entirely unwelcoming and offers no reason to patronize. As nice as the bartenders were during our stay, there was really nothing drawing hotel guests or making it appealing to stay.
One last thing, the location is not one of the better parts of town. But the hotel seemed very safe and the grounds were very clean and well-maintained, AND there are several pretty decent places to eat very close by, e.g., Biscuitville (a new favorite of mine for breakfast), Jake's Diner (GREAT ham & eggs & pancakes & grits, and it looked like a lot more), Lone Star Steakhouse (you know), and there are several fast-food burger places close by, as well as some much better local burger joints with excellent reputations. A bit further away is Village Tavern--it's well known in the area and deservedly extremely popular for lunch and dinner with a wide variety of salads, meat and fish dishes, cocktails and beer, and super service.
Overall, I would definitely stay at this Holiday Inn again when in town.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the Holiday Inn Greensboro Coliseum. We are minutes from downtown. Travelers appreciate how our corporate atmosphere makes comfort and convenience a top priority. The hotel is only fifteen miles from the Piedmont Triad International Airport and is centrally located to all of the the main interstates and highways connecting Greensboro to other major cities in our area. We offer the finest in corporate and leisure hotel services. This Greensboro hotel will help maintain your exercise regimen in our fitness center. Swim seasonally in our outdoor pool or relax on our expansive pool deck. You can also catch up on work in our business center. The restaurant serves breakfast and dinner daily and our bar will help you unwind with a beverage of your choice. For your convenience we also offer in room dining. Our event space and outstanding service makes Holiday Inn Greensboro Coliseum your preferred facility for meetings banquets reunions and conventions. There are many attractions near our hotel for you to see during your visit. Relax It is Holiday Inn where Kids Stay and Eat Free ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Park Lane Hotel At 4 Seasons
- Four Seasons Greensboro
- Greensboro Four Seasons