Sheraton Palo Alto Hotel

  • 625 El Camino Real
  • Palo Alto,
  • Califórnia
  • 94301
  • Estados Unidos
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 313 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Saff was fantastic! ALL the staff were helpful and smiling. They really, truly, want you to have whatever you want instantly. Their attitude is infectious. Keep up the staff training! June 23, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not Happy with this hotel Our experience at the hotel was not favorable. Our hotel room was not activated to be used at the parking gates, even though I surrendered our parking ticket. You can hear everything between the walls. I heard showers and flushing toilets from my neighbors, sometimes as early as 6:00 am!. Our TV had a mind of it's own. It would only play when it wanted to. And when it did turn on, it would abruptly shut-off and display a no signal sign. Overall, my experience at this hotels was not good. August 5, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dark and dingy THis hotel is not what I expect from a Sheraton, very dary, marginally clean and tired. I was booked for 1 day and needed to work from my room and there was construction in the morning which caused me an issue as it was very loud and the hotel staff would not refrain for the 40 minutes I requested. There was no prewarning for me to make other arrangements. If I book a hotel I expect to have use of my room until checkout and I did not. October 25, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great location & super hospitality -Great location -Friendly staff -Lighting & airconditioning controls could be more friendly and easy to use -Loved the lounge, great food. -Sleep quality was amazing , given that I stayed at similar hotels the whole of the previous week. Simple & comfortable bedding. -Checkout was simple & hassle free, they were ok for me to check out 2 days in advance due to my schedule -Will definitely recommend & am likely to stay here, if im back. March 12, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Very noisy experience. Loved the fact that I was able check-in early, did not like the fact that we were asked to leave the pool/patio area at midnight. Room was very clean & was nicely decorated however the mattress was old and noisy. Not only was the mattress noisy, I was woken at 7:00am by the loud noises coming from the hallway (housekeeping, people talking, kids running up & down the hall, vacumes running etc). I get a better nights sleep at my house. July 28, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Paulb83 Hotel rooms need upgrading, especially the bathrooms. The train noise is bothersome even with the double windows, The cost is very high vs what you get. There is not even a full restaurant onsite. The beds were very comfortable. June 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Noisy Beds Very low toilets We have stayed here many times but the last two times these past two months we found the bed to be noisy when you sit down or get uo. Also the loose mattress pad was uncomfortable. over the past years our complaint would be the very low toilets and the lack of a night light for the bathroom. If you have to go to the bathroom during the night you have to turn on the bright light to enter the dark room. August 26, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Sheraton needs more than a cosmetic change While the hotel was clean the staff simply was very weak. As a result things that you would expect with your hotel stay were not done. In support of the Sheraton's Green Program I opted to not have daily service. I was to be awarded a $5 credit. This was never extended. When I asked about it I was told that the process works and that I must have made a mistake. Well the process does not work. Upon leaving the hotel I was advised to hold on to my room key, which I did, so that I could get out of the parking lot. The key had been cancelled upon checkout and I had to walk back to the front desk and have reset. The process and staff do not work. When asked at the front desk for room supplies I was instructed to go to my room and call housekeeping. I declined and the supplies materialized once we had further discussed my request. The staff does not work. I could go on. Avoid the Sheraton. June 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Location but dreary inside. Great location. Across the street from Stanford and next to University Ave which is full of shops and restaurants. Hotel needs to be cleaned up. Halls are dark and look dirty. Wifi is not free. Parking is also extra.Rooms are clean. June 17, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Don't count on a wake up call Had to leave the hotel at 4AM to catch my early flight. Wake up call set for 3AM, in person at the desk with Ricardo, the night before. No wake up call. Awoke on my own at 4:10 AM and scrambled, no shower, to catch my flight, which I barely did. When leaving, no apologies, no explanations. Business as usual for the early desk crew I guess. Lesson learned. September 1, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Beautiful setting, close to Stanford, but thin walls and front desk people are not knowledgeable. Went for Stanford graduation, can't beat location. But front desk people were not prepared for the busy weekend...reservations messed up, did not know directions to places or willing to help with it. Hotel is older and has very thin walls, VERY loud. Room and bedding were fine, though. Expensive food in hotel, breakfast for four was VERY expensive. June 18, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by poorly maintained and operated while the staff is very courteous and tries to be very helpful, the accommodations are often not clean and the hotel routinely makes mistakes such as 1) sent to room with keys not working, 2) sent to a room that already had an occupant, 3) not crediting SPG points and awards, and 4) not emailing hotel bill summary upon checkout. December 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Location and upbeat and friendly the location of this hotel allows me to overlook imperfections--( on one stay i may have gotten bitten by bedbugs and on another my room overlooked the parking lot and was very dark) for this stay_ staff were extremely helpful and welcoming the recognition of the graduation and receptions were special it should be easier to distinguish between room types on line ( view vs no view, what does starwood preferred really mean?) and wifi should be free! ( other competitors provide this free of charge-- for $369 per night it is possible!) there was confusion with a reservation i had for over 1 year- both on check in and check out-- had i not been physically there my parents would not have been able to check in and although i spent some time at check in making sure it was all accurate- it was still confused in your system - your systems need to be better able to accommodate multiple room reservations there was an item of clothing left in the room from a previous guest-- attention to detail by the staff is paramount-- the wall paper is peeling in some locations and the water was draining very slowly in the tub-- if housekeeping notices something out of order they should have it fixed! June 17, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worst experience I've had in years Checked in at 3am due to delayed flight. Clerk barely said a word to me, did not acknowledge Gold status, just gave me keys to a room on the 1st floor. I prefer higher floor but ok, it's 3am and I'm exhausted. I get to room and it's a handicapped room - I hate those, creeps me out. But ok I'm exhausted. Warm and stuffy, I try to turn on a/c. Nothing. not even fan. so I'm angry at this point but also dead tired, I've already unpacked, and do not feel like having to trade rooms (it's almost 3:30am by this point). So I'm laying in my warm, stuffy, 1st floor, handicapped room and want to watch TV for a few minutes, and you guessed it - TV doesn't work/tv would be on for a few seconds then pic goes away, then comes back/then goes away. I gave up, exhausted, got 5 hours sleep, woke up and left. Final insult - I did not get my folio emailed to me so now I have to chase it down. I stay 150 nights a year in hotels - this is by far my worst experience in years. STAY AWAY! September 25, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Rooms are outdated In this day and age, hotel rooms really need to have plentiful and easy-to-access power plugs for people to use their laptops, chargers, and other techie gadgets. My room required me to unplug items like lamps or the coffee maker in order to use my own equipment. One outlet was oddly bent into the wall and a normal plug actually would not stay securely into it. When I looked under the bed to see just how they had gotten two bedside lamps and an alarm clock plugged in, I noticed a sketchy extension cord bridging the power gap. On another note, the $10/day in-room wifi access turned out to be basically unusable, it was so slow. I ran tests with an internet speed tester, and it was slower than old-school dialup. To the hotel's credit, they refunded the charge when I asked them to. The front desk services were prompt, helpful and courteous, and they were the only reason I would not rate this hotel stay much lower. I don't really think this should qualify as a 3-star hotel. January 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by BEWARE!!!!!!! we've stayed here for the last few years, however, for our most recent visit (Feb 2012) we found out that they no longer offer pay-for-view movies in the rooms...sounds silly, however, we love nothing more that to crash late at night and watch movies, often ones that are still in the theaters...very disappointed February 29, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Hotel is old, smelly and has noisy heaters Furniture is old and outdated, room was smelly - may have been a smoking room in the past now converted to non-smoking - and heating system is antiquated and very noisy interrupting my sleep every 30-40 minutes... Overall a terrible experience for the $1000 spend for two nights! December 13, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Cutting corners: no shower cap amenity in room I have gone to making a quick judgement about a hotel's care for their customer. If they do not routinely provide a shower cap in the standard in-room amenities, they start with negative points. Sheraton Palo Alto Hotel starts with negative points. In addition, no upscale dining room in the property. August 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice Hotel...nice pool I've stayed at the hotel several times on business and with my family. If you want to stay in Palo Alto, it is very conveniently located. The place is clean. The people are super. The grounds are attractive and they have a nice pool. The rooms are well kept and the beds are comfortable. March 11, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Old style and shows This is an old hotel, and every where you walk, it shows. Compare this to the Westin next door, and it is night and day. The food was terrible, like a motel 6. The shrimp was frozen and microwaved, and had to give it back, not edible, and the breakfast buffet could have been at a Dennys. January 23, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by worst SPG hotel I ever stayed at I was very disappointed in this hotel. The hotel does not measure up to other Sheratons. It was very aged and not clean. Also the internet did not work as it was so jammed with users or not strong enough. The hotel refused to credit me back for this. The staff was friendly and helpful. June 9, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Disappointed in management On our rare and much anticipated weekend get-away we were awoken at 5:50am with a fire alarm that continued for 15 minutes at ear piercing decibels. Our night's sleep was rudely interrupted and prematurely over! The front desk told us it was a false alarm and to stay in our room. I was extremely disappointed that no one ever followed up with an explanation of what went wrong or an apology for the disturbance. Good management would have shown more concern for the customer! December 11, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great Staff We had a problem with our booking (my fault) but the manager helped to get us a room anyway (during the Stanford/U of Oregon football game weekend!) and was helpful and more importantly cheerful. I love the service at this place, you can't go wrong at this hotel.... November 28, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Peaceful Sleep First time to stay at a Sheraton. My room was located around the corner from the elevator so I thought I would hear noise during the night. It was actually a quiet and comfortable room. The hotel was well populated that weekend too. The food was very good as well. September 5, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Needs renovation Great location but worn and needs renovation. New paint and carpet in halls would help a lot. Plus, stop charging for WIFI !!It It looks like an old motel that Sheraton bought and fixed up a long time ago. Staff is excellent. Prices are high, due to location. September 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stanford Reunions Book early. This is the best place to stay. Close to campus and bar that has indoor and outdoor areas. Parking is a little bit of a hassle but workable if you are staying in the hotel. However, paying $9.99 per day for internet SUCKS. October 10, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by This hotel has good features Overall features good. Wifi should be free not charged for in this class of hotel. There a few things that need to be updated in the room. Noise level in my room was more than normal do to mechanical equipment for the elevator. September 4, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Part Two I forgot to mention about my recent stay from June 24-27. 1. Key cards would not let me out of the parking lot 2 days in a row. 2. My receipt was emailed to another employee of our district; how does that happen??? June 28, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by horrible spider webs in room. really really bad plumbing. toilet, water running etc. Maid knocked on my door at 8:15 am. to clean room on a sat morning the day I was checking out. Woke me up. Would not return!! May 27, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Great staff, awful structure The staff is great but the structure needs rebuilding. as it is now, it doea not value the money. the location is ok, close to caltrain and SF and the campus December 3, 2013
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