I spent three nights at this Courtyard as part of a recent business trip. While the exterior of the hotel, the lobby, and furnishings have been renovated in the last several years, the hotel does show its age in places like the bathrooms. Still, what the hotel lacks in…
Nothing glamorous. Typical Courtyard. What was disappointing was no upgrades are available due to "remodeling." Not a great way to retain loyal elite members. If no upgrades are available (when there are very few rooms occupied), you should say so on the website.
Used to be that when we stayed at a Courtyard property there was some degree of quality in construction, material, amenities and atmosphere. Seems that Marriott has come up with a new formula for the Courtyard brand defined by the cheapest construction, hospital style…
We booked this hotel through"Friends and Family" program- where you have to know a Marriott employee. We didn't realize that the room was booked through this program until we showed up. Melanie and Tony at the front desk were not only nice enough to explain what is needed but…
Nothing fancy but nothing horrible either. I’d stay again since it was a cheaper option than others. This was a work trip and I normal stay at the Forrestal but it was booked. This was the next suggested by my company.
"ask for room with balcony."
"Cab ride to Princeton is $20 (get reception to call) the "competition" is cheaper you won't necessarily arrive at destination!"
"Away from facing Rt. 1."
"It doesn't matter because you probably won't get what you reserve. Views are either parking lot or US-1"
"probably wise not to have a room facing Route 1"