TRYP by Wyndham College Station3.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
TRYP is a neat concept, but poorly executed at this hotel. 1.) the place is still in remodeling phase. It's not ready to open, but I'm guessing the contractor was horrible, and now is also behind schedule. There was a portable generator in the back parking lot running a power line up to the roof. Some rather non-professional looking workmen were still casually at-it in various hotel rooms. 2.) Our shower didn't work. My guess is the plumbing system is crusted and that has clogged many of the showers or valves. I wouldn't drink the water from the tap. 3.) Hot water is SCALDING hot - I'm surprised they haven't noticed this or gotten complaints. I would not let children use the faucets without a grown-up ensuring the temperature is steady and safe. 4.) I am certain someone will have a wreck in the parking-lot the way the dumpster fencing blocks a drivers view. They really need to put signs and mirrors up to prevent that. 5.) The bed was super comfortable, 6.) Jason's deli next door; Jack in the Box (24 hours) out front; ColdStone Creamery next door. All very convenient. 7.) I would avoid the pool and hot tub at this point due to questionable sanitation issues.
Decent stay for my daughter’s lacrosse tournament. Breakfast included with satellite TV in the rooms. Nice and clean. Stars taken away for: Slow front desk, always a line; not enough help. They have tea bags, no hot water; I asked for some hot water and the girl ran hot tap water into a pot and handed it to me. Broken door at side entrance gives anybody access to first floor and stairwells.
Let's start with a positive: the location is really convenient. Ok, now the challenges. This was the worst hotel I've stayed at in two years. And I spend 50-60 nights per year in hotel. Plumbing - The shower in our first room didn't work properly; just scalding hot. And the design of the shower is such that you have to get into the shower--and thusly burned-- to turn it on/off. I went to the front desk to complain, and the lady told me maintenance was onsite yet. I told her it wasn't a problem because we needed a new room, and she just blankly looked at me like 'why didn't I think of that?' Plumbing part 2 - the downstairs bathrooms by the bar spent the weekend clogged. None of the staff seemed to mind. Moreover, the soap machines were broken all weekend, so I'm confused how the staff washed up. I'm sure there's E. coli throughout the hotel. Paint - It seriously looked like whoever painted the hotel was drunk. For example, our windowsill wasn't painted--just primed. Attention to detail was not in the paint crew's wheelhouse. There was also broken tile in the elevators. It's honestly like ownership just doesn't care. Housekeeping - One knock and barges in before I could shout 'no.' I was in my towel. Thanks. The final positive is the bartender, Chad, is a really cool guy. In total, I recommend staying anywhere but here.
Nice one night stay! My 13 yr.old had an unofficial invite to Texas A&M for softball. And when I say my kid loved the modern and college vibe in the room that really means she took 100s of pictures. Staff was great, rooms were clean. Omg, and the shampoo and conditioner was amazing! 😁Until next time!
Hotel is a newly renovated building. Everything was clean. Centrally located to everything. Decor is super modern. Bar in lobby was a surprise touch. Renovations were a little sloppy and maybe rushed and you can see evidence of that in the rooms. We got the room with the king size bed and the bunk beds and I have to say this was great! My 19 year old and 13 year old hate sharing a bed and this gave them their own space. Really the only major negative was the breakfast. Free breakfast is one of the things I look for when I search for a hotel. It consisted of coffee and milk, oranges, cereal, yogurt, two muffins, two bagels, and bread for toast. Possibly they would have restocked if we had asked but instead we just left and went out for food. Others have mentioned that management said the kitchen isn’t finished yet? But we didn’t see any real evidence of ongoing construction?
The hotel is 2 months old, poorly trained staff, deplorable breakfast and was later told the kitchen is not completed yet, but there is no mention on the web site of that. When asked for a discount because we had to go out for breakfast, we were told they had to check with the manager and they had my contact information. Still no call 3 days later. Staff is clueless. Drove around the building looking for the entrance, which is just a sliding door. Building construction/workmanship is horrible. Elevator door doesn't not reopen is someone blocks it - a MAJOR safety concern and the scratches and nicks are all over. Cracked glass on the doors from the lobby to elevator area. The shelf under the TV in my room had exposed wood bracing, paint overlapping in numerous areas, "stuff" on my ceiling, hole in wall at the corner of the window where they cut too much to put in the sill, etc., etcThe only good things were the internet, bed comfort and a/c.
TRYP is a new Wyndham brand. Trying to appeal to millennials? Nice lobby, the whole decor, including the rooms, is contemporary. If I am not mistaken, this particular property is a renovated building, so you can sense the differences from a brand new, purpose built property if you look really carefully. But, why should you? Just enjoy your stay.
Hotel seems to still be under construction or remodeling. Our room was a mess- spilled paint(?) in shower, dusty, and beds drywall or some other product all over the bed. It seemed like remodeling was going on and they left it a mess. Also- the side entry doors had a broken lock so stayed ajar. We checked in late on a football weekend or would have demanded another room. I did tell agent at the front desk when we checked out and she offered a $40 discount to our $199 room rate- I did appreciate that.
- Free continental breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Outdoor pool
TRYP by Wyndham College Station places you within 2 miles (3 km) of popular sights like Kyle Field and Texas A&M University - College Station. This 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with 166 rooms and conveniences like an outdoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and free in-room WiFi. Also near this College Station hotel are George Bush Presidential Library and Museum and Thomas Park.
Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast.
All of TRYP by Wyndham College Station's 166 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with digital channels. Ironing boards and desks are other standard amenities.
At TRYP by Wyndham College Station, guests enjoy features like an outdoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and free WiFi in public areas. A stay here includes free parking. Additional amenities include conference space, a business center, and a library.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
28% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 7 reviews