At best it's 2 or 2.5/5 stars. The hallway smelled like old socks, seriously. The room #145 had wall paper peeling from the wall (see my pictures for proof), I had NO TOWELS of any kind in the room. When I walked to the front desk to get towels, the 19 y.o. kid at the front desk acted like this happens all the time. He turned around, went to a back room to get me towels, handed them to me a never said anything ... no sorry, no "I'll let the day manager know", nothing.
The air conditioner had dirt/mold in the grill on the top and then it kept shutting it's self off because the curtain above it is too long and holds the cool air in and tricks the thermometer to think it's at temp (see pictures). I had to put my computer against the curtain to hold it back to fix this myself.
There were about 5-6 rooms as I walked down the hall that had the doors propped open with the swing-lock - what's that about? Was that some kind of "invite" or code? That was weird boardering on creepy. I've never seen that in all the hotels I've stayed in... Security!?!
I was here for business and I told the company I was visiting to NEVER send anyone to this hotel. It was the worst place I have stayed in years. And the price at my companies corp rate $140 is a joke. At $75 I could forgive some of the problems, but not at the price they are getting. I have stayed at the Holiday Inn at Newark Airport a couple months ago and that was a decent place and worth the $120 I paid.
The following night I stayed at the Hilton Pearl River, about 5 miles away. At $160, wow it was night and day. I would give them 4/5 or 4.5/5 and only $20 more. Everything was near perfect, I recommend this Hilton for anyone staying in the area.
Very dissapointed. I could go on, but I'm getting my blood pressure up just remembering the night. Do yourself a favor and do not stay here unless you are paying $50-$75.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the Holiday Inn of Orangeburg, a full service hotel with 171 rooms, 25 of which are executive level junior suites nestled in the historic & picturesque Hudson Valley.Just a mile away, stroll through the charming Victorian villages of Nyack and Piermont on the Hudson where you'll find antique treasures and outdoor cafes. Shopping enthusiasts will love the Palisades Mall, one of the largest indoor shopping & entertainment centers in the US. Perhaps the NY area's best kept secret, Holiday Inn is just 15 miles North of NYC making it the perfect venue for a business meeting or mini getaway. Conveniently located at exit 5N off the Palisades Interstate Parkway or exit 12 off the New York State Thruway, Holiday Inn of Orangeburg provides easy access to the corporate Parks of Rockland & Bergen Counties as well the excitement & attractions of NYC. Right in our backyard you'll find Verizon, Volvo, Lamont Doherty, IBM, Wyeth, KPMG, BMW & Mercedes Benz, as well as the following colleges: St. Thomas Aquinas College, Dominican College, Nyack College and Rockland Community College. Just 25 miles from West Point Military Academy, Bear Mountain State Park, and Woodbury Commons Premier Outlet Mall. In not too far proximity are the Metlife Stadium/Meadowlands, Citi Park Stadium (formerly Shea) and Yankee Stadium. The Holiday Inn Orangeburg is easily accessible to the area's 5 major airports. ... more less
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