No hotel restaurant, but fair breakfast offering
Posted Jun 2, 2016
The best thing about this for me was the proximity to U of A medical school, which is why I chose it. The worst thing is the other side of the hotel is a ghetto.
If you don't mind walking around in 110 degree heat to go to a restaurant, then you're in luck. This is very close to the Arizona Center which has a nice assortment of restaurants. Because downtown parking is limited and $12 day at the garage, you will want to leave your car at the hotel. Plus, by the time you find a parking space in the garage and then walk to the restaurant, you could have just walked from the hotel.
The hotel is dated, and even though they have made some updates, it shows its age. My room had a popcorn ceiling and was oddly configured. It had a little fridge and microwave, which would come in handy if you purchase the microwave popcorn and sodas in the lobby.
The room could have been cleaned a little better, I could see that no one likes to vacuum under the sink in the bathroom as there was a decent layer of dust under there.
I was not near the elevator, yet I could hear the elevator, even with the television on.
Comment from Hotel Management
Jun 8, 2016 by Front Desk Manager, Hotel Management
Thank you for taking the time to write a review about your stay. Also, thank you for the details and the constructive criticism. I will make sure to pass this to the correct departments. I hope in the future you will give us another opportunity to show you the high standards we hold to our hotel.