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All reviews double tree cookies front desk great hotel tucked away restaurant staff shuttle service bed was very comfortable fitness center would definitely stay here again business trip enjoyed my stay lobby md atrium walgreens concert
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Reviewed September 13, 2011

Older hotel, older rooms, older fixtures.. a little further off the main highway. But you get a warm cookie at check-in.

The staff was friendly and we felt welcome there, but it definitely needs to be updated!

Date of stay: September 2011
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank wideawake02
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Reviewed September 13, 2011

We booked this hotel for two nights while we were in town for a festival at Merriweather Post Pavilion. It is tucked away in a quiet, wooded area that may be difficult to find if you aren't paying attention. We checked in quickly around 11pm the first night, received our keys and our cookies and headed up to our room. Luckily we got two keys because one would not work. We booked a junior king suite which was spacious but had an unusual layout. You entered the bedroom area upon opening the door and there was a couch and office area in the back of the room that was separated by sliding white doors. I was expecting something a little different, but it was fine for our purposes. The room seemed clean on the surface but my wife's allergies could tell that the room was quite dusty. I am a frequent traveler and know that hotel rooms are notorious for having paper thin walls, but this hotel seemed to have the thinnest of them all. I could hear every word that was spoken in the room next door. Luckily, they weren't talking all night long. The bed was adequately comfortable and I got a good night's sleep both nights that we stayed here. Don't expect to get any food in Columbia after midnight unless you want McDonald's or Wendy's drive-thru. We got back from the concert on the second night and the hotel bar had stopped serving food, the pizza delivery people had stopped taking orders and there is nowhere else that is withing walking distance. We had left our car at the pavilion and opted for a cab back to the hotel. We were safe, but starving. I would stay at this hotel again, but only if my favorite in Columbia was sold out.

Room tip: Unless you need a separate office, don't upgrade to the junior suite. Bring food with you if you are planning on eating anything late at night.
Date of stay: September 2011
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Stacey S
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Reviewed September 12, 2011

Stayed one night. The hotel had a nice design, with inside rooms looking down onto Atriul area and pool. That's the best I can say. The curtains were soiled and worse, the little "Sweet Dreams" pillow on the bed was filthy, with what looked like drool and food stains (I hope). And don't even bother with the restaurant....

Date of stay: September 2011
Trip type: Traveled solo
1  Thank bandb50
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Reviewed August 10, 2011

Arrived an no one to greet and help with luggage, Desk clerk Barry was new and we had to ask for the cookies. Keys did not work for the room went back and got new keys, Only one worked once, Got luggage in room at the same time Barry #2 (older and wiser) showed up to make sure we got in room. Room had no luggage rack went to desk to report the 2nd set of keys not working correctly and request luggage rack. Acted surprised and said some rooms do not have them but would find one for us. Got another set of keys which worked on again off again. Took about 3-4 mins to get in room.
Checked out early and had breakfast in town as we did not want to fight the key problem again by eating there and then getting our luggage and checking out. This is not like the other Doubletrees we have stayed in. Certainly is equal to a Super 8 establishment

Date of stay: July 2011
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank clyde030
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Reviewed June 22, 2011

Once you find this place it is ok. Tried to check in on a Sunday afternoon at 3pm and was told they were still cleaning rooms at this time. The lobby was packed with soccer kids and families as we were there for soccer as well. Came back around 8pm and had better luck. Had some key problems but finally did get into the room. The place was fine and had a good nights sleep.

Date of stay: May 2011
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank travelalloveragain
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