A lacklustre stay at the Hilton Dublin, but I am not sure why I didn’t enjoy it!
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The newly opened RIU Plaza hotel in Berlin is a conversion from an office building and seems to have a staff that seems to really want to help. Services are a bit limited but the rooms are great.
Hyatt opens its fourth property in the UK, and its first Hyatt Place – the Hyatt Place Heathrow Airport. About 15 mins from the airport, it is big hotel with a great staff, really working to impress.
The taxi journey from the airport on St Kitts to the St. Kitts Marriott Resort & The Royal Beach Casino lasted about 15 minutes and cost $16, US dollars. I was quickly in to the hotel with the super friendly doorman introducing himself and taking my bags to the front desk, through the large airy lobby.…
A perfectly good stay at this Hyatt Place, shows that consistency is the secret to this winning brand.
A review of a recent stay at the Hilton Copenhagen Airport.
The first hotel I ever visited in Hong Kong, the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, has undergone a massive renovation. The rooms are cool and classy, and the Grand Club as special as ever.
I haven’t stayed much at Sheratons for several years – their system tells me I have 233 lifetime nights – but an unexpected stay at LAX gave me a choice when the Concourse turned out to be sold out.
The Radisson Blu Portman Square is in a good location but they cannot get their refit sorted too quickly. At the moment it’s a property whose better days are behind her.
Can I have an alarm call please? We suggest you set the clock radio next to the bed! This pretty much summed up the service philosophy of the Hilton in York. Everything was pretty much too much trouble.