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TownePlace Suites Salt Lake City Layton
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Reviewed September 15, 2011

My family and I rented a room for one night so we could go to Lagoon the next day. When we arrived there was plenty of parking, the staff was attentive, and it was really quiet. I really only have two negatives, neither would stop me from staying again.

The first is that the room is a little small. It may just be the room type i got, but it was small-er because of the full kitchen that they have in there.

The other is the breakfast is a grab and go setup. Which was fine, except that meant there weren't a lot of options

All in all the price was right for a stay and lagoon package that they had and I would definitely stay here again!

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with family
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Thank Vinnie H
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Reviewed September 7, 2011

We stayed here for 5 nights at the end of July in a 2 bedroom unit. It was nice having separate bedrooms to spread out a bit. The living room had a hide-a-bed so the option of sleeping 5 is there. There were 3 tvs so no one was fighting over what to watch. It was incredibly warm out and the air conditioning kept things cool. No issues with the beds, everything seemed clean, tidy and comfortable. We had no issues with noise from outside. Although the doors in the suite were a bit creaky which was annoying. The shower head seemed to be at a strange angle and non-adjustable.

The kitchen was small but useful with a sink, counter, microwave, dishwasher and fridge. There were some dishes and pots but it seemed a little lacking as there were only a couple of spoons and bowls (for a 4 person suite).

The pool is a small outdoor pool but seemed fine for the kids. There is also an indoor pool at the Marriott next door which is available for use. There is free wifi which seemed to work fine.

The hotel offers a "grab and go" breakfast. This consists of muffins, fruit, yogurt, juice and cereal. The variety is limited (one flavor of muffin, one type of juice, 3 kinds of cereal), we were bored with what they had after 2 days.

This hotel is located approximately 20 minutes north of Salt Lake City. There are plenty of nearby amenities including stores and restaurants.

I would recommend the TownPlace Suites to anyone looking for a bit more space and the ability to prepare your own meals. I think the value was exeptional.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with family
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1  Thank blankb
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Reviewed July 3, 2011

We checked in Sunday evening July 3rd on our Independence Day holiday to find one of the worst hotels ever! The horrible stench of cheap perfumed air freshener hits you at the hall entry door. The room was even WORSE! It knocked you over. IMPOSSIBLE situation for anyone with allergies to perfume or environmental toxins. You could NOT stay there without becoming ill it was THAT BAD! To top it off, there was NO toilet paper in the bathroom and there were a pile of dirty pillows stacked up at the end of bed without any pillow case covers on them. There was an old laundry basket laying on the floor and the furniture was terribly old, outdated. It was very obvious that the hotel staff were attempting to mask a nastier odor with their putrid air spray that could have killed a cat. To make things worse, when we called the front desk to inform them of the problem and let them know we would in no way be able to stay there without going to the emergency room, the desk clerk could not have cared less and didn't bother calling us back. When we went to the lobby to get them to find us another room, they couldn't even be bothered to APOLOGIZE for our distress and inconvenience. We had driven 300 miles that day and were tired and just wanted to relax and enjoy the evening, but that was ruined as we had to go find another room at another hotel on a holiday weekend. I never would have believed that Marriott properties could decline to this level - SHAME on YOU!

Room Tip: AVOID Marriott and stay @ Drury
  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 14, 2011

We booked a 2 bedroom suite at this hotel and loved it. I wasn't expecting it to be all that fancy after reading other reviews but it was fine & just as good as any other Marriott chain hotel I've stayed in.

The full kitchen was very handy for snacks, drinks and breakfast. I never actually made it down for breakfast here. I don't remember Marriott's website saying there *was* a brekkie but apparently so. My friend said it was quite basic.

We did have problems with our room keys. Twice we returned to the hotel only to find they didn't work. We had to trundle downstairs each time.

The beds were very comfortable however we couldn't seem to get the air con working properly in the bedrooms. Utah put on a snow storm for us when we were there & it was quite cool in the rooms. No extra blankets either and it's always the middle of the night when you discover you need them.

The hotel shares a carpark with the Courtyard & the Fairfield Inn. There are lots of restaurants within walking distance (although we drove...walking in the snow is not really an option!). Barnes & Noble are directly across the road with their cafe. Target is a little further over and has groceries & everything you could possibly need for a nice stay.

I can highly recommend this hotel if you're looking for 2 bedrooms & a kitchen.

  • Stayed: March 2011, traveled with friends
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Thank Ozstitcher
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Reviewed May 31, 2011

We stayed here a couple years ago during Thanksgiving to visit family and enjoyed the hotel. We came and stayed only 1 night this time just to pick up a piece of furniture. It is still very nice. We arrived at 11:30 am and thought we would come by and see if we could check into our room. The room was not ready, but they said that they could have it ready in an hour. So we went out to lunch and came back about 2 hours later and our room was ready. We got a 2 bedroom which is really nice for everyone to have their own space. The room was very clean. There is a Walgreens nearby and lots of restaurants. The only problem was in the evening, we could hear the kids screaming at the pool through our closed windows, but the pool closes at 10 pm.

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled with family
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Thank cpapat
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