We all have a favorite, memorable room that we would love to go back to!
It's all personal, based upon price, location, or whatever?
I would enjoy sharing with you mine, room 1222, RI, Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, Az. A two bedroom suite (About $200 per night), that is so quiet, free parking, full kitchen, three tv's, two baths. It's just a wonderful place to base my stay's in the Scottsdale area. Here are some photo's"
The living room, a joy!
The second bedroom!
The staff at this property is wonderful, both "Win, from Burma" and Anne Marie are great. I have booked nest years trip here in January/cot
That looks almost exactly like the suite we've been in which we've been living in Montgomery, AL for the last 1 1/2 years. They were remodeled at that time and we moved from another suite that hadn't been done yet. The only difference is that our curtains are gold instead of the reddish color. Stainless steel appliances, too, but the refrigerator door opens into the wall so the left veggie bin won't pull out.
There is nothing like going to a choice property and knowing the room you will get! Especially, when you have stayed in that room before and enjoyed it!
Some of us take pictures of the rooms and numbers. (Wow I know I sound "Weird", but it works for that special trip).
Jerry, as you may recall, we rarely photograph the inside of the rooms that we are given. However, we did take a few shots of the one that we had at the JW on Penn in DC. We have had the same room (suite) twice now and, despite being a bit of an odd shape, we find it to be an excellent room. No, I have no idea as to what number it is. It has a nice sitting area which is sectioned off from the bed area and a huge bathroom. The view from the large windows is across to the Washington Monument. I know that there have been a few critical reviews of the hotel from some MRIs, but I guess that we have been lucky there ... great service and always an upgrade.
Only 43 hours to go Jerry. We've just been updating the kids on 'things to do' whilst we're away.
It looks like being quite an eventful year for us ... our 40th Wedding Anniversary later this year ... and our eldest son is planning his wedding for late summer. It could be an expensive year ...
I wish I could remember the room number, but we had an incredible weekend stay at the Marriott Fairway Villas Congressional Building in Absecon, New Jersey. I liked it so much I told my husband that I wanted to live there! The villa was spacious, the views relaxing, and it was warm enough to practice on the putting green that morning in March. We were on the second floor so there was a walk-out porch that we spent a lot of time on. The master suite had an incredible soaking tub and the columns in the room made me feel like an Egyptian princess. We attended a college sporting event at the Atlantic City Convention Center but I did not want to stay in AC itself as at the time my son was only 8 years old. That was a great idea as the playground was fun, the indoor pool very nice, and they have a Red Door Spa on the property. If I could choose one word to describe my experience, it would be, "Aaaahhhhhh." I have made a reservation to go back this March!
Do you think a post, with pictures of "The Greatest Marriott" rooms you have ever been to, would be interesting?
I have one nominee, The Marriott "Presidential Suite" at The Marina in San Diego! I was upgraded for no reason, but it was a wonderful experience!
This room had two stories!
A wonderful room, that I almost forgot! The staff was wonderful, and the location was spectacular as well!
That is an excellent idea! That would be very interesting indeed! Boy, I need to add experiences to my repertoire... and quick!!
Presidential Suite upgrade?! That's amazing!! I'm hoping (but convinced it won't happen) that we'll get upgraded to at least a standard suite for our wedding at the JW Marriott Ihilani! Platinum + large event + return customer... Please?
We just had a lovely time in room 2510 (corner suite with great views of the Space Needle and Puget Sound) at the RENAISSANCE in downtown SEATTLE. Five nights rewards stay ended on Feb 2nd. Concierge lounge is nice with vistas toward the east and the mountains (when it's clear...). Good breakfast and evening hors d'oeuvres
selections. Excellent staff throughout the hotel.