On University of Utah grounds
Posted Jan 29, 2017
In the morning at breakfast, I had problems with double vision. The staff escorted me to my room, made sure the phone was near my pillow, and said to ring the front desk if I had any problems. Several minutes later, I DID have problems. An EMT on staff helped. But they had to ring an ambulance. I was in the ER for 4 hours. When I left the hospital provided me with a blanket (I looked like a homeless lady), slippers and a paper shirt. The hotel had been notified, and a van awaited me right outside the ER. As soon as I re-entered the hotel, I heard numerous expressions of caring. As I had travelled to Salt Lake for a medical consultation (which I had missed because I was in the ER) said they would "comp" a second night, if I needed it to re-schedule my appointment. I couldn't, but I really appreciated the offer. When I went into the restaurant after my return, my waitress from breakfast said that she would (out of her own pocket) pay for my lunch. I would recommend this Marriot Hotel to anybody interested in staying in the Salt Lake City area.