Before writing this review, I had to go back and reread other's reviews, as my opinion seems to be in the minority. I will also say that I am a big fan of Holiday Inn Express, however, this place was NOT the gem in the HIE portfolio. Stayed here for 5 days at the end of March in a time frame that included both weekend and weekdays. I had minimal interaction with the front desk whose staff seems to be the biggest asset to this hotel. Although, for those who like breakfast in the morning, this one had more variety than most and the eating area was pleasant and well tended to. The hotel was a renovated, old building with limited parking and the initial impression of my room was that it was not too clean. Housekeeping had to come and change the food stained, torn bed-skirts which they did on request. When I pulled the sheets down, I found pieces of candy which suggested that the bed had not been changed before my arrival, prompting another call to housekeeping. The carpeting in the room was lumpy to walk on and the walls sported at least 10 coats of paint. The remote was one of the "germ free" variety which was "basic" and had limited functionality. There was a natural gas access point on the "quiet side" of the hotel which provided a constant hissing sound. The "workout area" was small and one had to climb around others on the treadmill to get to the furthest machine. I should have taken more seriously the Trip Advisor comment of one guest who mentioned this noisy door thing in a prior review. These hotel doors close with a resounding bang; you can hear them from all ends of the hall. In fact, these are the loudest hotel doors I have ever heard. The absolute worst part of this banging door " disrupted sleep" experience was the fact that at 5 am on a Sunday, the banging doors in the hallway went on for more than an hour. I finally had to look out to see who it was thinking there it must be a family of four or group staying next door leaving early. I was incredibly surprised to see that it was the maintenance man going in and out of the utility closet adjacent to my room. Really? I stay in Fayetteville at least once a month and have never returned.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Holiday Inn Express Fayetteville-Fort Bragg is conveniently located in Fayetteville, NC near Fort Bragg and Pope AFB. Adjacent to the Cross Creek Mall and over 140 restaurants within a 1 mile. *****Hotel features***** Beautifully appointed guestrooms and suites including whirlpool suites, oversized suites with king or queen beds. Complimentary Express Start breakfast served each morning featuring a selection of omelets and sausage or scrambled eggs and bacon, French toast, fresh fruits, juices, cereals, breads and pastries, assorted yogurts and our famous cinnamon rolls. Complimentary local calls. Fitness room on site 24 hour guest pantry Business center and color laser multifunction printer. USA Today delivered daily M-F. Free passes to local sports facility ATM machine & Area Events Kiosk. *****Minutes from***** Fayetteville Regional Airport (FAY) Cape Fear Hospital Cumberland County Industrial Park Wal-Mart Distribution Center Eaton Corporation Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company MJ Soffe Airborne & Special Operations Museum *****Military installations nearby***** Ft. Bragg - Home of the Airborne & Special Operations Forces Pope Airforce Base ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Holiday Inn Express Fayetteville - Ft. Bragg Hotel Fayetteville
- Holiday Inn Fayetteville
- Fayetteville Holiday Inn