We stayed there one night ... the rooms were very cozy,comfortable and clean. The shower was awesome ... it had a special shower head that took away all my aches and pains of a 7-hour drive that day. The only downer after a long day on the road was a bottle of water in my room that had a big pricetag on it of $3. Not very welcoming for a tired, thirsty traveler or accommodating and a tacky first impression. My biggest complaints are with the restaurant on premises and the weekend front desk guy. I walked into the lobby at 6:30 a.m. on a Saturday, sleepily asked for some coffee and the young *&$## told me "we don't serve coffee, we serve Starbucks." I felt like saying: You know, dispense with the semantics, just direct me to the caffeine. While trying to process this idiotic remark, I heard myself saying, "OK, where's the Starbucks?" The front desker then tells me no coffee until 7, when the restaurant opens. OK, no complimentary coffee, just Starbucks at $5 a pop and nothing until 7 a.m. Is it impossible to have coffee available at 6 a.m. for those early risers? Why not train the front desk moron to make the Starbucks and not wait for the restaurant staff? Is this asking too much? The restaurant has issues, too. The caesar salad is pitiful, with bottled dressing. If you want rich rich flavors of olive oil, parmesan cheese and anchovies, forget it. No attention to caesar detail here. No dressing made from scratch. Just throw it on the plate and serve it. Also, the cobb salad arrived in front of my wife missing the menu-advertised avocados and blue cheese. At the end of the meal we ordered bread pudding. We waited and waited for it and finally were told by the waitress that there will be a 20-minute wait for it because they do something special to it in the kitchen. Here's an idea: take the 20 minutes and do something special to the caesar salad at and beginning of the meal for a rousing first impression. Reading between the lines told me they wanted to make us wait to sell more after dinner drinks, coffee, etc. to a pair of waiting diners. We ended up scrapping the pudding. Check please! Next time, this restaurant will get a pass.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Courtyard by Marriott Hamilton hotel is ideal for business and pleasure travelers alike. Situated in the heart of downtown Hamilton, the Courtyard Hamilton Ohio is close to many dining, entertainment and shopping options, and is just 2 miles to Miami University Hamilton Campus. The Courtyard Hamilton offers stylish guest rooms with Marriott's luxury bedding, 32" LCD flat screen TV, and FREE High Speed Internet. Begin your day with a reasonably priced breakfast and return for a delicious lunch or dinner at Plaza One Restaurant. Maintain your healthy lifestyle in the Indoor Pool and Fitness Center. Near West Chester, our hotel in Hamilton Ohio is just a short drive to many area attractions such as IKEA, The Cincinnati Zoo, Newport Aquarium and Kings Island Theme Park. With over 7,000 square feet of beautiful event and meeting space, this Hamilton, Ohio hotel is perfect for large and small events alike. Experience unparalleled service and accommodations at Courtyard Hamilton hotel! ... more less
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