This place was beautiful, clean, fresh! Even smelled great! We're not much into casinos but it was fun to walk through. The pool and the area around it was fantastic! We loved our room, we slept great!!! 😄 We would definitely return and would definitely recommend it to others!!!
"Easy access, quiet, nice mtn/ city access & views"
Clean, comfy, lg, easy access to coffee, Brkfst, popcorn& soda.
Missed the cocktail / appetizer times, so?
Nice area for sports watching & pool, work out room.
Forgot to replace the Creamer for coffee the 2nd morning...my only snafu.
Traveller from redlands, ca
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Having driven 16 hour days for two days, I arrived at 9:30 to see if I could get an early check in. The woman working the front desk said no, it would be probably 1 pm before she had any clean rooms available. I went and ran errands and returned at 11 am and sat within her view in the lobby until 1 pm. She never called housekeeping to check or call me up to the desk and say she had a clean room. When I asked at 1, she checked me in.
The following day, a gentleman was working the front desk. I observed a woman ask for a early check in at 10 am. He said he would ask housekeeping to clean a room and asked her to return in an hour.
I worked in hotels for many years in my 20's and know the SOP is for housekeeping to come in at 7 am, so rooms should be cleaned and available by 10 am. I know hotels don't want people in that early. I'm not sure why, but surely it wouldn't hurt once in awhile to allow an early check in.
Staybridge Suites is a nice hotel needs to make a couple of changes. Our biggest complaint would be whenever the big dryers are going on the first floor, our floor would vibrant continuously until laundry staff was done with all the laundry which usually means 3-4 hours. We were on the third floor and it made my heart rate go up. Also the sofa bed was very uncomfortable to sit on - very lumpy.
My husband really enjoyed breakfast there and we both found the staff to be friendly and helpful.
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The first locomotive chugged through Phoenix on July 4, 1887; this single event cemented the city’s enduring reign as Arizona’s economic hub. This rich history is on display at the Arizona Railway Museum in Chandler. A different type of economy—casino gambling—is prominent today at nearby Native American tribal lands. The Firebird International Raceway features drag racing and drag-boat racing.