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Very nice hotel, with excellent meeting facilities. Very convenient to West End nightlife and dining. Good food. Easy and cheap access to airport via rail (DART or TRE). The train is a little noisy, even on the opposite site of the building.
My entire experience was weird. When we first arrived, we wanted to unload our car and I got yelled at like I was a child. Literally yelled at. I had to be firm back in order to get direction as to what te he'll I was supposed to do. Then, upon check in, I was informed that for our two cars, self park was $40. I had no idea it would be so much. I was extremely unhappy but tried to remain optimistic. I purposefully found a hotel with a Pool per request of our group. The pool is a sick hilarious joke. It's the size of a van. It was ridiculous. It was also completely full because of the 10 whole people who were in it. Left the hotel an figured out they overcharged me. Called them and they "took care of it". Well they isn't it still is not reconciled in my account. Over charged, expensive parking, rude parking dude, misleading pool size.
Parlor rooms are pull out beds not a actual bed, Kayak did not define that
A remarkable hotel at the epicenter of Dallas. The hotel has immediate access to all local Dart rail trains (leading everywhere), the T (taking you to Fort Worth) and Amtrak with straight connections to Chicago and Los Angeles. A memorable vacation starts with 1 or 2 nights here and then a surprise trip either on Amtrak or Dart out to DFW airport. The atrium is amazing with views of Reunion tower and the famed 560 Wolfgang Puck's restaurant. Make your reservations at least 2-3 weeks out to get an available time slot for a memorable night viewing downtown Dallas from 3/4 of mile away and 560 feet up in the air. Room was spacious and immaculate and view of downtown, rail station, Omni was incredible. Request a view of downtown when you check in. Valet parking is a little pricey so I opted for self pay parking at the Amtrak station ($6 for 12 hours)
I loved the location. Friday nights dinner at five-sixty was wonder full and the view amazing. Saturday morning we awoke and took a stroll through downtown dallas. And the shops on the 1st level were convenient. So last weekends stay was all for fiancee....Shes been really stressed lately and i wanted to give her a night to remember.First off partially my fault, but i booked on prom weekend so parking was horrible. I actually ended up parking across the street from Reunion Tower. Then greeted at the front desk i find that they've stuck me into a double queen handicap room, not ok. After speaking with the young lady down stairs she apologizes and gives me a different room. Again its a double queen not the single room. I had booked. Then when i go to wash up before dinner at the five-sixty, the drain to the sink was clogged and water poured on to the floor. Kids at the prom were having fun on the balcony, they were laughing, screaming and enjoying theyre night. Unfortunately for us, we were located right above...
Friendly staff, beautiful location and near everything. PARKING
Contemporary rooms with great staff. Highly satisfied.
View was awesome! Staff was really nice and helpful. Definitely will be stay here again when the chance comes up Nothing was wrong
Super pet friendly. They welcomed my dog with a hyatt dog bed and dog dish for her and also gave us two treats that she enjoyed. However, there is a pet depost of $100 that's non-refundable
Everything else. Overpriced compared to facility. The room could have been cleaner. The entrance location is a bit tricky for pedestrians. Not my best hotel experience.
The room was clean enough. Valet is a joke. Staff is rude. Not pet friendly at all. Terrible location, hard to access. Expect long waits for any service needed and fees that aren't shown online. Make sure to really check your bill upon leaving. Ours was screwy. Couldn't complete a quick check-out, because we had to go to the desk to get it fixed, which took forever.
The hotel was under renovation. The pictures online looked nothing like the hotel.
Clean, good staff, desk was good. Tiny, non-flatscreen TV.
Great location Parking is not included
Great value for location downtown. Walking distance to the JFK memorial and museum. Vending machines on 2nd floor. Extra towels provided. Iron did not work (cheap & leaking). Mold in sink. Lime build up on shower-head. Paint chipping thought room and hotel. Outdated small T.V in room.
Would not recommend this hotel. The decor is drabby and outdated. The hotel was undergoing construction so place reeked and covered in dust. Not only was the hotel filthy but the rooms were as well. And no available outlets to charge phone in room except the bathroom. Bums walk around the area, the only parking at the hotel you have to pay for...and it's down the street and around the corner. Overall, bad experience and wished I would've gone elsewhere. However, the staff was friendly.
Front desk staff was helpful, and the breakfast was good. No insulation in the walls...the couple next door fought for two and a half hours starting at 2 am. Also, none of the lamps were plugged in when we got there and there were giant cleaning carts in the hall ways right outside of the door.
Downtown location Histroic Nice people Easy to get to Cleanliness particularity in lobby and elevators. Poor workout facility...2 macines, no weights
Super friendly and helpful staff, good breakfast in the morning. Quiet and comfortable. Good location for any downtown visits. A bit beat up, looks like they are working to improve. Slow elevators, iffy plumbing and HVAC.
Price was great for the location. Staff is friendly. Room itself was adequate. Drab, drab, drab and breaking down. One elevator not working. Working elevator said no more than four people. Old tv blaring in the lobby. Room was drab and worn. Worst of all, my shower stream came out as a trickle. No time to deal with it as I discovered it in the am. Told the front desk upon checkout and was simply told, "sorry."
Very convenient for area Garage parking terrible service would not ever park there again.
Dirty, smelly, no amenities. I thought I was getting a bargain but instead got two nights of hell.
Location: Was very helpful since it was close by to the Tram station. Facilities: Breakfast great and room was fairly clean Cleanliness: In room was good, but each floor had 1/2 the floor closed off (which was left wide open very frequently) for reconstruction. Hallways were a mess and I constantly kept finding pieces of plaster and nails in front of my doorway. Would have been smarter to seal off an entire floor for construction rather than 1/2 a floor every floor (or atleast the floors I saw personally since I went exploring because multiple Ice Machines were broken). Comfort: Besides the construction literally right next to my room, the plaster pieces, and nails... It was fairly comfortable. Location: My only issue was the parking. Even though they gave me a ticket when I gave them my keys you might want to get them a better tracking system. They apparently had lost my keys in the key pile in their office. I had to explain what my rental car and keys looked like just to narrow it down to 3 key sets. Would be kinda worried if this was a personal vehicle. Staff: The check-in and check-out process was smooth I will give them that. As for my other complaints (described in the cleanliness part) was met with 1 of 2 very well rehearsed apologies which seemed more of a blow off apology. Even after telling them I work in another hotel and to just lay it out straight to me (I'm understanding especially since the hotel I work at just did renovations), they still gave me the rehearsed blow off apology. Value for money: I'll let you decide from the above if $100+ per night is worth it. Especially considering this is gonna be ongoing til February 2016 (from what staff said to me directly). As a fair warning they are not advertising the construction on any website except their own. Even if you call up to confirm your reservation they don't even disclose to you (in email or over the phone) that they are under construction.