by Lissa Poirot
The hotel features 500 guest rooms, with a variety of suite sizes to accommodate various family sizes. The hotel is set on a four-acre lake with a walking/jogging trail and features a pool, children’s menus in its onsite restaurant, and family packages. Pets are welcome, and cribs are available by request.
Our Editor Loves
- Complimentary shuttle service
Housekeeping pls give me a break , just breath one second before coming in the room I am about to shower !!!!
The room was clean for some day but other day is not , still have coffee cup and coke can on the side bed , front desk just so so , did not meet 4 star big hotel chain
I travel a lot for work, somewhere between 30-60 days a year. This was one of the worst hotel experiences I have had.
My work added a note about needing a dust and allergen free room and I called a few days in advance to confirm it. I get there and they don’t have an allergen-free room for me but offer to just take the down pillows out. So I wait for them to do that…but in the room there are small feathers floating around and they aren’t good at housekeeping so the room is filled with dust. It was all over the night stands and in the vents in the bathroom - I was sick for days - sore throat and swollen eyes. I couldn’t wait to leave the room and basically didn’t sleep for 2 days. The Marriott has an allergen-free floor in some of their bigger hotels, I’m going back to them.
Also, they added me to their marketing texts WITHOUT my permission. So someone named “Maria” texted me before the visit about upgrading my room for an extra free and during my hotel stay. I asked her and the front desk a total of 5 times to remove me and they wouldn’t, I kept getting the texts from them while I was in my work meetings.
I will never stay at a Hilton again, it was a miserable few days.