Marriott Hotels in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... the world and many of them were Marriotts. You can't go wrong with a Marriott. I love their rooms and most rooms I have stayed in have two double beds which is great if you are sharing a room with a friend. I stayed at the Marriott Leeds for my Hen Night and my 30th birthday. For my birthday they upgraded me to a suite which was fantastic. What I've noticed about the Marriott is that they are all the same quality all over the world and some are more exclusive than others depending on where you are. It's safe to say that you can't go wrong with a Marriott and you must always take the B&B option because they always put on a g... more
Customer Marriott Hotels in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I have stayed in lots of Marriott hotels and they are my favourite chain. When the Marriott in Leeds first opened in the early 90s it would always be our starting point to the night. We would meet in their bar, John T's which you can enter from the street and have a couple of drinks to start our evening. This was my first memory of the Marriott and in 1997 I had my interview for Virgin Atlantic there to which I was successful. I then spent the next 2 ½ years staying in lots of hotels around the world and many of them were Marriotts. You can't go wrong with a Marriott. I love their rooms and most rooms I have stayed in have two double beds which is great ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/05/09 (Somewhat useful, 10 readings)
I have stayed at about 8 Marriott Hotels and I have always found them excellent. If I have to stay anywhere the first thing I do is check to see if there is a Marriott nearby. You may get the impression that they are a lot more expensive than other hotels but this is not always true, some Marriott's I have stayed at have about £70 a night including breakfast, always look out for their room rate deals, if you sign up to their Marriott rewards card they sometimes offer you better rates. Another benefit is that if you shop at Tesco you can use you club card points to put towards or pay in for you room. I have saved points on a few occasions and got free stays. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/08 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I am fortunate enough to work for a company that occasionally decides to send me off to stay in five star hotels. Due to this whimsy, I have twice ended up in the Leeds Marriott for a week. Check-in always goes great here. There's a nice concierge who usually offers to help me carry my bags up, or, if I've arrived early and want to roam Leeds, give me a ticket and mind my bags until I return to check in properly. It is fairly close to Leeds Station, so I don't even have to heave my bags any great distance (for a 5'1 female, this is a massive advantage). The rooms are clean, and huge. You get TWO BEDS. I'm still not sure why someone requesting a ... Read the complete review
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