Finding an ideal hotel in White Plains does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Residence Inn White Plains Westchester County, a nice option for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity to The Garden of Remembrance (0.3 mi), guests of Residence Inn White Plains Hotel can easily experience one of White Plains' most popular landmarks.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a kitchenette, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Residence Inn White Plains Hotel features 24 hour front desk, express check-in and check-out, and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a fitness center and free breakfast. If you are driving to Residence Inn White Plains, parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of White Plains' popular ribs restaurants such as P.F. Chang's, Ribs On the Run, and Emma's Ale House, all a short distance from Residence Inn White Plains.
If you’re looking for something to do, Westchester RiverWalk (0.3 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Residence Inn White Plains Westchester County.
Residence Inn White Plains Westchester County looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to White Plains.
They are doing renovations here. They begin hammering concrete at 8:00 am each day, yes Saturday and Sunday too, until 5:00 pm. Non stop. Do not book this hotel. They will not tell you about this so I am telling you.
Whatever you do don't park in their parking garage, especially if you have an SUV. Some of the ramps are so narrow the sides of your vehicle will scrape against the wall, which is what happened to mine. I was not warned about this by the hotel staff either and when I tried to talk to a manager i was told none was available when it happened (around midnight) or even the next morning. I was told the manager gets in anywhere from 9 am to 9:30 am to 10 or 10:30 am or whenever he feels like it. What kind of a way is this to run a hotel? They need to warn their guests who are driving SUVs. one staffer told me one vehicle got stuck in a ramp and there are scrape marks on the walls along some of the ramps.
This hotel seems very aged and it was hard to believe it's a Marriott property. Here's why I rated it a 2 out of 5. Shower water temperature rapidly oscillated from scalding hot to ice cold (also confirmed experience of another guest). Air conditioning units work, but are pretty noisy. Some of the furniture is pretty beat up. Hot breakfast items were prepackaged plastic-wrapped thrown in a serving tray--and they were awful quality.
A big shout out to the staff of Residence White Plains, Emanuel, Sterling and Goldie, for making our month long stay so pleasant after our family experienced a house fire. They went above and beyond their job descriptions to ensure we were comfortable during a very stressful time. Emanuel, always at his post everyday with a smile and prompt attention to our requests (and patience with our stories). Sterling, creatively ensuring our stay was uninterpreted after a booking mix up. Goldie, accommodating our needs before we needed to ask. Your small acts are what make a big difference. Thank you for making our stay as much of a home as possible under the circumstances. We surely will come back for a more leisurely visit. Location is great, close to all the stores and walking distance to the train into the city. The rooms have a separate sitting area with a small kichenette which makes it comfortable for my family of 4 and a dog!…
Definitely not a hotel I would stay in again. Old and tired and in definite need of renovations. Kitchen cabinets dirty, sheets don’t fit the bed, couch cushions have no structure or firmness, breakfast is poor and if you don’t get there early, there’s no food replenishment. You can’t park your car indoors if you have an taller SUV. Height is 5”11”. Should have booked at the Opus.
Hotel is run down, smells, furniture is worn and outdated, window screens torn and the bathroom was dirty. The front desk was accommodating but it did not make up for the awful hotel room. As a gold Marriott member I will also complain to Marriott directly. Paid over $800 for a 2-night stay - don't do it!
Booked two large rooms at app. $300 each per night. Sterling at the desk was careful and engaging and thus not the problem. The Problem? Shower did not work and one of the easy chairs had a piece of metal sticking out which struck my wife. I have Gold or Platinum Marriott and there website provides no redress and their telephone complaint is a 12 minute wait and then references an online filing. Marriott has changed and is no longer either safe nor user friendly.
Place smells like a zoo reeks of animals, hotel may be a homeless shelter most of the guests seem to live here long term and have animals, place smells like a zoo even after the manager had somebody spray perfume I never saw a hotel with so many pets in it,last time I stay here
Rooms are outdated and furniture disgusting. Carpet looks as if someone used the room as a beer garden. Price is $199 for a Motel 6 standard and all rooms are sad and worn as told by front desk. If you’re looking for a nice hotel, avoid this 2 star hotel at all cost
This hotel is definitely dog friendly. They even have a treat jar and the Avalon has poop bags outside. My only complaint was the gross breakfast, thin very uncomfortable sofa matress and the easy accessible hotel. That may seem good but on weekends there are parties and random people coming in and out. There was some man downstairs on the weekends but he was just on his phone all night. Not sure what his role was. Also there was a homeless man that kept coming in and out and harassing the guests and employees. Not sure how to fix the low security but I didn't feel easy on weekends with groups of young adults or teens hanging outside smoking or throwing glass. During the week it was fine. It is known as the "party" hotel.
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