Rated 5 out of 5 by QueenT This hotel has great features
We had a balcony with chairs for a refreshing view of outside. We were provided with complimentary water. And the indoor pool was the center focus, rather than being in a separate room. It gave the place a garden/oasis atmosphere.
September 15, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Lacm Better last time
I have stayed before but this time was not so pleased. The rooms seemed very old, had a musty odor to them. The bathroom floors were stained and the grout very old and dirty. We paid a lot of money for these rooms and expected more. The restaurant food was poor. The hamburgers and pork tenderloins had to be frozen patties. The staff told us to sit anywhere and we literally had to pull our own tables together. Since we had 7 people. That is unacceptable. The restaurant staff should at least prepare the table for you. It just seems to need a facelift badly.
September 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by CJ127 Excellent exercise equipment and pool facility
The exercise equipment is very up-to-date, with monitors on individual ellipticals and treadmills for TV viewing, and the outlet for MP3 use while exercising. The exercise area was very clean. The pool facility is lovely, with indoor and outdoor pool areas.
September 10, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by SDCRice Great night staff
Upon arrival late at night, the night desk staff was extremely helpful in getting us a room on short notice, Great pool! Good breakfast, but a little pricey!
September 8, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Michhawk Hotel room was fine - wifi did not work. Again
Stayed at this hotel last year room on floor 3 wifi was intermittent at best. Numerous calls to front desk they seemed to think rebooting the wifi was the answer. Go to atrium get service.
Stay last night I requested room not of floor three due to no wifi last stay. Got room 108. No wifi networks would show on my iPad. My daughters iPad would show one of the networks but not alliw her to choose. I called front desk. Guess what rebooting the wifi. Nothing changed.
I stayed at 6 hotels on my trip the last 10 days. No problem getting wifi. Last day of hotel stay at yours get nothing. Doubt I will stay again, won't suggest hotel either since everyone wants wifi that works.
August 25, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Esther60 A disappointing stay
We stayed at Four Points West Lafayette this past weekend and I was very disappointed with the experience. We stayed in a king suite with an ADA walk-in shower, but insufficient drainage let water run out onto the bathroom floor and make the tile slippery. The bathroom sink drained too slowly, and the kitchenette sink had a leaky faucet. The biggest inconvenience was the elevator breaking down twice during our stay. My mother stayed on the 3rd floor and uses a walker, so the broken elevator forced her to walk much further to use the other elevator. The facility in general was very dated and needs some major renovations.
August 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Valyum Nice facility, great staff, but.....
Loved the facility, the staff was awesome and overall a great place to stay. The restaurant and bar were fine also. It was the food served for the "convention" that was very lacking. Burnt cookies, overcooked very dry chicken, brownies that were not moist and I pretty well could go on and on. The wraps served for lunch were awesome and the fruit was always good as was the bacon for breakfast. The rest, not so good.
August 9, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by WhydoIhavetodothis Okay stay
Have stayed multiple times in the past. Is usually average, not spectacular. Decent room. What typically brings us here is the suites with the pullout sofa and the separate areas. We are a family of 5 (2ad, 2kid, 1inf). We keep the baby with us and the 2kiddos get the pullout. Works well usually. This time, I reserved a King + double sofa bed. On arrival we were given the "Hospitality Suite" which sounds nice until I reached the room and instead of the double sofabed pullout, there was an 8-person conference table. Not going to work. So, back to the front and the only available room was a double. For my family of 5. And it was the tiniest room in the hotel. There was a sink outside the bathroom with one of those openings in the wall that looked out into the room b/c otherwise your claustrophobia would have doubled.
August 6, 2014