Please stop asking for this sort of input --- I paid to stay, and don't need to have my time wasted, just so I can buy your service. The quality of the goods you sell, are down to you to make right, and are none of my concern beyonhd whether I choose to purchase them. In other words, while the hotel is fine, please stop asking for feedback!
I rated the staff a 3 because we had asked the front desk to send a plate of chocolate covered strawberries to a room and it never got delivered. Our card was charged for the goods, but my friends never received them. Tammy, our server for breakfast was amazing!! She was cheerful and patient. We need more Tammy's!
We were moved to a different Extended america property since they ran out of space. They conveyed this to us on the day of the travel. This property was 2 miles away so not far off. However we had to ask for basic amenities(Hair dryer, coffee, toileteries(Except soap) etc) which were in the other property by default(according to the website. While the front desk obliged when we asked for some of the stuff and they were cordial, I wish they had it in the first place.
Quick trip to Austin and we were looking for something different. This hotel was refreshingly modern and the staff was awesome. We were pleased with the service from every person we dealt with at all sorts of hours.
Great place to stay, Brie Jackson (Front Desk Supervisor) was friendly and helpful. Helped with explaining the details on the rules of pet policy. Provided us with Pizza Hut contact and info to place an order. Later provided swimming pool towels as the kids kept requesting them. The hotel had good space outside around the facility to allow pets to walk. Rooms were clean and facility was well kept and maintained. The pool area was great, the kids had fun the whole four days we stayed at this hotel. Breakfest was awesome, a great variety and a good selection each day,with something different each morning. Great place,would recommend to friends and family.
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