I always thought the Sheraton meant near luxury; good service, and amenities. Not so at this one. I was there with my mother for a large family reunion. $10/night additional or a refrigerator, No microwave! My mother's bed was changed with sheets that smelled of urine! Instead of paying our group rate we paid an AARP rate, ($10/night less) and we were told we would not be eligible for the free breakfast afforded the rest of our group unless we paid the additional $10. We were only left one face towel, on the second day and had to request clean towels after the first night. Free internet in the lobby where they blocked popular sites like Ebay but for $5.95/night you could get unlimited access in your room!
On the good side, the grounds are beautiful and the conference center, Reed Center, was very nice. We had our banquet there but the room was freezing, which was bad enough for me but even worse for the elderly who attended.
We would have been happier staying at a Comfort Inn or Sleep Inn.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Sheraton Midwest City Hotel at the Reed Conference Center is less than four miles from downtown and the Bricktown entertainment district. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sheraton Midwest City
- Midwest City Sheraton