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5311 S Howell Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53207, USA - Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Estados Unidos - 53207
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Can’t believe this is a Marriott! !
Avaliou em 22 de setembro de 2022
So, this is real a shocker! I can’t believe Marriott would allow a hotel like this to be apart of their group. This is the most run down name brand hotel we have ever stayed at. If this was a no name motel then it would be fine. The room/ bathroom are extremely small, but clean. The room smells horrible. The breakfast was interesting . The staff was really nice. The pool/hot tub were the best part of our stay. Differently an experience, one I hope never to do again.
Expected much more from Sheraton.
Avaliou em 17 de setembro de 2022
Property is dated and sparsely furnished. Convenient to airport but no other reason to recommend it. Poor value for the price. Bathroom appeared to have been recent updated but hallway carpet old and worn with uneven spots. Weird interior layout - appeared to be just one non-emergency exit
Aptly named as in four points on a scale of ten
Avaliou em 28 de agosto de 2022
This hotel is in crisis. It has a sprawling suite of conference facilities capable of serving the needs of local companies and organizations, but its services for guests staying overnight are on the verge of collapse. A warning at check-in that our rooms would be serviced only once a week was the first sign that this was not going to be a good stay. The dirty, patched carpet in the corridor was the next hint. When we got to our room, it had a peculiar, sour smell. Opening the window didn’t help much and only let in a blast of traffic noise from the nearby highway. We later discovered the reason for the smell. The vent in the bathroom, which is supposed to exhaust stale air continuously through a central system, was completely blocked up. We had arrived late, so we decided to deal with the room the next day, after a good meal and a good night’s sleep. Oops. The restaurant that was advertised on-line was closed. It might be open the next day, they said – if anyone showed up to work. It never did open, only a dark basement lounge that offered drinks and sandwiches but no real food. Fortunately, the hotel did offer shuttle service to a nearby restaurant, so we did not go hungry. The restaurant was open for breakfast, but the food selection was meager and the coffee weak. A sign at check-in had told us that the breakfast was $10 per person, not a good value. As it turned out, though, over three consecutive mornings, no one was on duty to see who was eating. At checkout, we were not asked about breakfast or charged for it. But if free breakfast is an actual policy, not just an accident of understaffing, why not tout it? The next morning a cheerful desk clerk agreed to give us a new room. The new room was farther from the road and had some upgraded fixtures, but it had another problem. The newer style air conditioner was stuck on arctic cold. The thermostat on the wall read 59 degrees, and no amount of pushing its buttons changed anything. What is more, the fan was stuck on high speed, making so much noise you couldn’t hear the TV, let alone sleep. Self-help seemed the best remedy. We discovered that removing a decorative cover on the air conditioner revealed a separate, secret, set of controls that allowed us to adjust the temperature and turn the fan to low. Luckily, the decorative cover was not screwed down tightly. Did I mention the bathrooms? The first one, in addition to a blocked vent, had an older toilet that did not flush well. The second one had a modern toilet, but the water spout in the tub was only loosely attached to the wall, making it hard to get the shower to work. Plenty of hot water, at least, once you got it to run right. Our advice: If you have a multi-day event scheduled in the conference center here, look for a room in some different hotel nearby. Despite the good will of the staff at the front desk, we ended up deciding that the Sheraton Four Points is aptly named, as in four points on a scale of 1 to 10.
Avaliou em 14 de agosto de 2022
Womens bathroom flooded, beer that was served in the hall we were in, it was warm, not a very good selection of alcohol, the main bar was half the price a bigger selection and the beer was cold! The menu that was chosen prior to the party, was wrong when the food was served! The salmon wasn't good. There was another party going on their guest's kept coming over to our party making threats saying they were going to get guns and then sending more people over to our party talking crap, when attempting to talk to staff they kept walking and stated i don't know how to handle it.
Avaliou em 21 de julho de 2022
Over our 4-day stay the hallways constantly smelled strongly of tobacco and pot smoke, which also got into our room. Complaints were met with an explanation that they had guests that didn't care about fines; they smoked anyway. Therefore, although signs in the rooms say "Non-smoking" they effectively are not. Down the hall someone's underwear was on the floor for 2 days. Employees hung out near the front door; not a good look.