The hotel has had a makeover since I stayed there last, a few years ago. The entrance lobby is now cavernous, to the point that it feels more like a huge conference room than a hotel entrance lobby. The service at the front desk was decent, nothing to complain about or complement. The rooms were very comfortable, and I have to say, I loved the Paul Mitchell amenities. The shampoo was the highlight. The beds and sheets were also very nice.
However, the most unappreciated part of the hotel is new breakfast system. They have removed the buffet breakfast, and instituted a wannabe trendy cafe, where you are given a ticket to order a menu item. Giving them a paper ticket feels so unprofessional and cheap. If wanted to order breakfast from a menu, I would go to a restaurant. From the hotel, I want the opportunity to choose what I want and get in an out quickly. I don't expect or appreciate the attempt to be gourmet at the Courtyard, when I know that in the back kitchen, these items are probably mass-produced from packages and containers. They make a good attempt at hip, and maybe this really works for some, but it was not to my liking, and I won't be returning to this Courtyard, which is unfortunate, because as a Marriott Rewards member, I like to stay at Marriott properties.More
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