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Enjoyed myself in the bar. Talked to two different guys on work trips. Spent 60 dollars. Sat there for a couple of hours. Had six units of alcoholic beverage. All of a sudden I can't order anymore because "that's hotel policy". I don't feel I...More
Response from Beth O, General Manager at Aloft LexingtonResponded 1 week ago
I am very sorry to hear this. It sounds like your evening started off great. I will follow up with my team regarding this incident and ensure that they handle these situations with more transparency.
I just checked my elderly parents into this hotel so they could find respite from their cold, powerless house during this recent nor'easter. The staff could not have been more helpful and friendly. They directed me to the most cost efficient way to make the...More
Aloft in Lexington is more along the lines of an Indigo or Kimpton than a standard Marriott; quite a bit more personality and quirkiness. That's mostly a good thing.
Rooms, furnishing and public spaces are all contemporary-themed with a definite sense of being aimed at...More
Yes, its ok, but not for everyone. For starters the price is OK, the location is a bit out of the way if Boston is your target. Its the Marriott approach to the lower end competition. Rooms are very basic. Should you decide to stay...More
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Response from Beth O, General Manager at Aloft LexingtonResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for providing feedback on your recent stay with us. I am sorry that the Aloft brand is not for you. The theme is very contemporary and many of the elements revolve around music. We will take your comments under consideration when...More
Stayed here overnight with my daughter who was attending a dance competition and very much enjoyed our stay.
This was my first time in an Aloft property and I was pleasantly surprised. Very efficient use of the room space. Clean and easy to get to...More
Well, they are hotels not resorts. Aloft is more a cutsied-up dorm room feel. You might like to look into Element as having more features and refinements. If you are hoping for the getaway type of experience, perhaps a B&B... More
Well, they are hotels not resorts. Aloft is more a cutsied-up dorm room feel. You might like to look into Element as having more features and refinements. If you are hoping for the getaway type of experience, perhaps a B&B might be more of what you are seeking?