Ratings based on 2 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
2.0 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Personal Eventby Kevin from USA
Pros and ConsPosted May 12, 2013 on Hotels.com
Pros: Beautiful hotel, room and facilities, built as part of a huge ex-pat development, close to Pinnacle Mall with several "western' restaurants and grocery store. Attached coffee shop was very nice and has free wifi. Cons: for most of our stay, the A/C in the hotel was not turned on. The "special rooms" do not allow the window to be opened so we had to sleep in a room that was 27-29 degrees C. For a hotel that probably serves more english speakers than anything else you would think the staff would speak better english, when talking with the staff it felt like we were not wanted and were a burden. No wifi in the rooms, only in the hotel lobby.
for Personal Eventby Steven V from Phoenix AZ
Good hotel, very hard beds, but would returnPosted Mar 18, 2013 on Hotels.com
Stayed 6 nights at this hotel, only complaint is the beds are pool table hard. The location is in a residential expat neighborhood, across the street from ISB School, so it's rather boring and quiet vs. a hotel in the city. There is a friendly grocery store and Tai Massage business next to the property. The Blue Jamaica Cafe located just off the lobby has great coffee, breakfast and lunch foods. I didn't eat in the main restaurant, but looks like they have a buffet of some sort, and a wine cellar store. Room was clean, bathroom has nice amenities but the water pressure is weak, in room internet is a wired only connection and works good, free too. WiFi is available in the Cafe and Gym, also free. Gym, spa and indoor pool, salon onsite. There's no Taxi stand onsite and it's often difficult for drivers to find, recommend printing out the hotel info and map to keep with you to show drivers how to get there. I would definitely stay here again.