Friday, November 16, 2018

Fairfield Inn New York Financial District: Just Another NY Hotel

Let's start with the basics: is this hotel worth $700 a night? No. Indeed, it isn't bold statement to say that any Fairfield anywhere in the world is worth $700 a night.

Sheraton Warsaw: Putting Myself Back Together Again

After being mentally beaten but not broken in Tel Aviv, I was happy to put myself back together again at the Sheraton Warsaw. 

InterContinental David Tel Aviv: Worth Burning the Cert

After two night at the Hotel Indigo, I switched to the InterContinental to burn my stay certificate. The hotel goes for $500 a night during peak season, a price that is only reasonable when quantifying the value of the redemption. 

Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv: Just for Business

Welcome to the Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv, a cautionary tale that booking the best points value doesn't necessarily mean you're booking the right hotel.

Maxwell NYC: A Du, Du, Dump!

Czervik: Are you kidding? You think I'd join this crummy "snobatorium"? Why, this whole place sucks! And that summarizes my experience at the Maxwell NYC. 

Holiday Inn Express San Juan Condado: Turrible

Hopefully, this is the last hotel review I will have to write in San Juan. Like my International House Hunters Ulaanbaatar episode, my experience with finding a place to live in Puerto Rico leaves much to be desired.

Hyatt Regency Lake Washington: Ze Plane!

If I wasn't going to the Freddie Awards, I wouldn't have stayed at this hotel which is located in Renton, Washington.

Hyatt House San Juan: Isolated & Lonely

Have you ever found yourself wandering the streets of Brickell on a sunny afternoon, wondering why you aren't spending it on South Beach? That feeling that you're missing out is the same way I felt when I stayed at the Hyatt House Puerto Rico.

Sheraton Puerto Rico Hotel & Casino: A Typical Conference Hotel

This is a typical Sheraton convention hotel with a huge lobby and a full-service bar for complaining about why your boss sent you to a tropical island to do work. 

Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf San Francisco: I Hate Suite Reviewing

If the hotel was a Hyatt or a Motel 6, it would not have mattered. I came, I snapped photos, I crashed. The End. 
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