Very nice. We stayed on a Saturday while returning to New Mexico from a trip to Oregon. $90 with a senior discount. Had a nice heated pool and hot tub. Temp just right. I suppose hot tub could get pretty crowded as it wasn't that large, but there were only the two of us and a lady with a young child when we used it. We were in next to last room on ground floor and it was very quiet. Thought we might hear outside entrance door opening and closing, but it wasn't an issue at all. Had two queen beds in room plus writing or computer desk with two extra chairs. A nice bonus was an extra large chair with a foot rest so you could read or watch tv without having to sit on bed. Room keys took a little getting used to.You just swipe them across the doorway instead of inserting them, but they worked fine once we figured it out. Might be something they could tell their front desk personnel to let people know about when they are checking in. Had a fridge which came in handy. Beds were very comfortable and got a good nights sleep. Pizza place right across parking lot so we didn't have to drive to eat. I always like to stay where there are eating places within walking distance after driving all day. The breakfast in the AM started early, which was good since we wanted an early start. It was a full breakfast as others have noted with plenty of choices, and was tasty. One issue we had was the lack of a tv guide. We also tried the menu guide on the remote and it said that channel was unavailable. I went to the front desk to ask about a guide and was told they had printed some up but were out of them. I also raised this issue at checkout in the morning and was told they had a few copies printed but had moved them so the night person didn't know where they were. So,to the night clerk's credit he did relay the information to the day people. I asked about the menu guide on the remote and was told that the cable provider they used didn't provide that service. I could understand that being a problem for an independent small motel, but it seems Best Western would have the resources to demand their cable company provide that service or find a different cable provider. However, I'm finding myself nitpicking about a minor issue. This a nice,clean, newer facility with good service at a very reasonable price.
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- The new BEST WESTERN PLUS Layton Park Hotel is right in the heart of Layton, located just a quarter of a mile off the I-15 at Exit 332. The hotel is surrounded by restaurants, theaters, and the Layton Hills Mall shopping center. It is a three minute walk across the street to the Davis Conference Center, a two mile drive from Hill Air Force Base and the Freeport center. A 15 minute drive will get you to Lagoon Amusement Park or Weber State University. In the winter you can enjoy world class ski resorts like Snow Basin and Powder Mountain, just a 30 minute drive away. The BEST WESTERN PLUS Layton Park Hotel offers spaciously appointed guest rooms complete with microwave, refrigerator, HD televisions, and high-speed Internet. Guests will awake to a full hot breakfast and views of the Wasatch Mountains. Amenities in the hotel include; a heated indoor swimming pool and hot tub, fitness center, a full service business center, banquet/meeting room, board room, and guest laundry. ... more less
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