Overall condition of the motel is good for the cost of renting a room. The hotel staff is friend however they struggle to fix problems. We didn't have internet service most of the time we were there, the TV wouldn't change channels and we reserved a King bed and got two queens. They were able to ...
The toiletries, towels, and coffee/cups did not reflect the number of occupants. The beds were not as comfortable as Hampton Inn in Orem. One of the nights during our stay, they apparently had several sports teams of young ladies arrive late. The noise level was terrible and did not decrease until 1am the next morning. They also attempted to open the adjoining door at 1137 pm, when we addressed this with manager he said they would try and compensate for this inconvenience. That evening we returned to find the room not cleaned at all. No adjustment was ever made to address the lack normal standard. This Hampton Inn is not up to their normal standard at all, would not recommend staying here.
I am a sales rep and cover 5 states in my territory and stay in hotels 3 nights a week. I have to say this hotel isn't bad, however, the carpet in the hallways and room is filthy and needs to be cleaned and vacuumed. Also, the counters in the bathroom were very dirty and sticky.
We were in Provo for a tournament at BYU. The hotel is a great place to stay, with friendly staff, clean facilities, and we loved the attached restaurant.
Every staff member I came in contact with was very kind and helpful. They were patient with my 3 wild children. Probably the most pleasant hotel visit I have ever had.
Named as one of the 10 best places to raise a family by the 2010 issue of Forbes Magazine, Provo is home to Brigham Young University and Peaks Ice Arena, a venue for the 2002 Winter Olympics. Provo hotels offer a wide variety of choices including bed & breakfasts, economy motels, and luxury hotels. The majority of the hotels in Provo offer free wireless Internet, continental breakfasts, and workout areas. Two of the most popular Provo hotels are the Days Inn and Springhill Suites by Marriott.
Visitors looking to leave their Provo hotels in search of adventure should take a trip to Seven Peaks Water Park. The popular water park features a 500,000-gallon wave pool and 100 foot free-fall slides.
The Provo Town Center is home to several national stores, such as American Eagle Outfitters and Dillard's. Provo Town Center also features specialty shops such as Spencer's, The Sticker Shop, and Tricked Out Accessories.
Those looking to leave their Provo hotels in hopes of getting in a quick round of golf need to tee it up at East Bay Golf Course. Owned by the city, the beautiful 18 hole course is nestled at the bottom of the town's beautiful mountain range.
Brigham Young University is home to one of the best college football teams in the country. In addition to a stellar football program, the University also boasts a top basketball team.
One of the most popular authentic Italian restaurants in the state is Gloria's Little Italy. Not only does the restaurant offer excellent food, but the atmosphere is fantastic and the accordion player is legendary.