Everyone friendly. Room was not ready, so they gave us a free upgrade.
Hotel was quite despite a lot a kids staying there for a baseball tournament. Excellent security. See full review
Jul 15, 2007
Was in town for college homecoming. The hotel is very close to all the activities. Works well for... See full review
Oct 5, 2008
The Quad Cities largest full service hotel located just off I-80 featuring 288 guest rooms and 15 suites. Meeting facilities available covering 32,000 square feet. Brady St Bistro, full service restaurant and Schooners Lounge. Large indoor atrium fun center featuring indoor pool and Jacuzzi, table tennis, video arcade area, and state-of-the-art fitness center. Complimentary cooked-to order breakfast served Mon-Fri. Full Hot Buffet available Sat-Sun for only 7.95 USD. All guests using the swimming pool are required to wear wristbands while in the pool. Five complimentary wristbands are provided for each room rented. Additional wristbands may be purchased for 10.00 per wristband. Hot tub closed until June 1, 2013. One adult 21 years or older in each room.
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
For a Clarion hotel this was disappointing. The room keys didn't work, the bathroom was terrible, the toilet seat wouldn't stay up because the toilet was too far behind the counter.
The lounge is nice but the bartender who apparently leases the
business is awful.
Would never stay there again..
The hotel is obviously an older hotel but they haven't done much to update the rooms in years. When I walked in to the lobby I thought the hotel looked pretty nice but when I walked in door 6 to get to my room, I could tell that the lobby is where
they stopped the upgrades. Everything about the hall and the room let me know that the hotel was about as old as I am and needed some attention. I would suggest that they do something about the humidity in the rooms as it felt very damp the entire time that I was there.
As far as location. ..it's Davenport, IA. Not exactly a destination type city which is another reason that I felt the price was a bit high.
Most of hotel looks like its from '70s.
Boiler not turned on so blowing cold air into room, had to get transfered to newer room. Headlights from very near intersection shining into room.
Excercise room had broken and old equipment.