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Hilton Garden Inn South Bend

Solid quality hotel, on the pricier side...

So this is Hilton GI standard and as such the rooms do not disappoint: they're clean and beds are comfortable. The actual hotel, however, has a couple glitches that do not justify $130+ price per room. Swimming pool water was just adequately clean and it looks it had not been changed for a while now. Also, the Jacuzzi (hot spa) was barely hot... the water was just warm, which was ridiculous, especially during the cold winter like this.

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1 year ago


Extended Stay America - South Bend - Mishawaka - North

Ok for the money

Breakfast was non existent. Had to go out for a reasonable meal.

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2 months ago


Sleep Inn

Very good location off the interstate.

Pleasant and very enjoyable. I would stay there again.

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1 year ago


Waterford Estates Lodge

Great stay. Great sleep.

Large, very clean room. The bed was super comfortable. We didn't want to get out of bed. Free breakfast was continental. Coffee was really good. The outdoor pool was closed because it was October when we stayed. We did get over to the indoor pool. It was in one of the other buildings. I would suggest if you are wanting to swim that you ask for a room near the pool, as the grounds are quite large. The hotel sits back off the street behind another hotel, so look for the sign at the street. There is no sign that I saw on the actual hotel building. I had to go in the door and ask if it was the Waterford. As a landmark, the attached restaurant has the name The Bend on the outside. The staff was very nice. The only problem we had was when we woke up in the morning, I looked at the window and noticed there was no lock and no stick to keep it from being opened. When I pulled on it, the window slid right open. We were on the first floor. That was kind of scary to think about. I reported it to the gal at the front desk and she said she would report it. Other than that, the hotel was 2 miles from the Morris Theater where we saw a wonderful show. Great time.

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2 months ago