Stayed here for a convention my partner had to attend. Room was on 7th floor, nicely appointed have stayed in similar style rooms in a new Holiday Inn Express. Not sure of cost as this was company paid. Beds were on soft side. Only 1 hook in bathroom to hang towels, which I thought was odd. Bathroom was very modern though, big shower with duel shower heads. Very odd that there were no outlets to plug computer into on desk, others said they had a lamp with outlet but this wasn't the case in our room. Luckily our neighbors were quiet, as the walls are pretty thin, could here alarms and cell phones going off. Getting to the room is odd, as you need to use your room key to activate elevator, I appreciate the security, but it was a pain when you were carrying something.
Got one of the best massages ever at the spa, so do recommend it if you get a chance.
Not a gambler so didn't spend too much time in there. Restaurants are WAY over-priced. $30 for an average steak, PLUS $6 to get a baked potato?? Come on, why don't you just shake me down at the door! Also went to the Rodizio, a brazilian type place with different meats brought to your table. No one at our table was impressed with it.
On a bright note, the staff was very friendly and helpful and the hotel is nice looking, not tacky-glitzy which I generally don't like. But all in all, I can't say I"d go back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Tower at Turning Stone – AAA 4 Diamond award-winning high-rise hotel, offers a stunning panoramic view of the countryside. The Tower features spacious guest rooms and elegant suites. 100% Non-Smoking ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Tower At Turning Stone Hotel Verona