This hotel apparently used to be a Doubletree, but is now an Indy in downtown Dayton, OH. Upon arriving, the parking deck was full, but we gave it a shot. We got all the way to the top and found a spot. What we didn't find is an elevator. We had to haul the luggage down from the 5th floor. When we checked in, the receptionist was very friendly and helpful in assisting with things to do nearby. When we got to the room, we found all the pillows on the bed with no pillow cases. Weird, but they fixed it. Room was decent, A/C didn't work and bathroom was small. But overall for the value, this was not a bad place. They need to figure out the parking situation, but it wouldn't be a deal killer to stay there again. And the staff being friendly was very important - with that, you can overlook some of the other missing things.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This is a beautiful and historic boutique property downtown Dayton. We are within walking distance of the Convention Center, performing arts and restaurants. If you like the outdoors, Riverscape is just a few blocks away. Enjoy the bike paths or kayak under the water fountains. We have 182 rooms, including 28 suites. Being a historic property, all the rooms are unique in shape. We also offer around 6,000 sq ft of event space for meetings, weddings, social events and military gatherings. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dayton Grand Hotel Ohio