This is a good, clean and competitively priced hotel for on the road travel accommodations and most things needed for an extended stay with the kids (although no pool at this one). Full size refer and two burner stove-top (and microwave of course) with kitchen sink and table and a clean washroom with the usual amenities. .
After reading the reviews about Extended Stay, I was apprehensive about staying at the hotel. I have absolutely no complaints about my overnight stay. Of course, it might be true that there are different levels of quality for the hotel's rooms, as some reviewers have noted.
For it's class, a budget type of hotel, I give it an A+. The room was clean, and the lobby staff was very friendly and accommodating. The walls were thin, as expected at a budget hotel. However, the noise level was not exceptionally loud. Again, my experience was 180 degrees different from what some of the other reviewers have noted.
There was a problem in the late evening. A leak in the kitchen ceiling. A constant drip. Notified the front desk . Nothing could be done because of the hour. The evening person gave me towels to put on the floor. In the morning the problem was solved there had been a leaking faucet in the unit above. It was not a real inconvenience to me for everybody was very pleasant and helpful.
Overall, we enjoyed our hotel very much. I generally like the Westin philosophy and was particularly impressed by the full-size lap pool and work out facility. I wasn't crazy about the food quality for breakfast, although I admit that healthy eating is always a questionable endorsement coming from a hotel. Aside from a weird policy when trying to alter my accessible room type to suit my husband's needs, where I couldn't be guaranteed anything in the exchange process unless I paid a higher rate (despite the fact the rooms were both identical in price), I'd stay here again.
Can't really complain. All was decent with the hotel. There usually wasn't anyone at the front desk, but there was always staff around who were extremely nice. They even refunded me a dollar after the soda machine ate mine. Made my whole weekend. But there wasn't a trash bin in my room. That did not make my weekend.
Otherwise known as the Lilac Village, Lombard has hosted a Lilac Festival every May since 1930. “Little Orphan Annie House,” built in the Italianate architectural style, serves as a museum to the Harold Gray character created there. Oak Brook boasts the Oak Brook Sports Core, which features polo fields, a golf course, swimming and tennis facilities.
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