Stayed at this Hampton Inn for a couple of nights recently, the location was very good. But some staff member was not that professional and helpful (Sara). No greetings as a HHornor member. When I asked for an extra luggage stand, within one second, her...เพิ่มเติม
Stayed at this Hampton Inn two weeks ago, the location was very good. But some staff member was not that professional and helpful (Sara). No greetings as a HHornor member. When I asked for an extra luggage stand, within one second, her answer was not...เพิ่มเติม
We stay at Hamptons frequently and for the price this was not very good. Check-in stared off badly with only one person on duty and a line. Minor thing, but did not not recognize us a HH gold members and had to go back for...เพิ่มเติม
I recently stayed at this hotel, for business, two nights. My room was prepaid by my company, and when I checked in I gave them my credit card for incidentals. However, early the next morning I got a phone call from a person saying he...เพิ่มเติม
Stayed here last week with some of my friends so we had two rooms. Checked in with the Hilton App and was able to choose the 2 rooms so we were next to each other. Stayed on the bottom floor at the end of a...เพิ่มเติม
Read your review regarding credit card fraud in Moab, Utah. We visit Moab frequently. Over the past three years we have had our credit card information stolen four times. Two of the occasions the information was stolen by hotel staff. The scam is always the same, despite the fact we paid for the room using an online reservation site (Expedia, etc.) the staff asks for the credit card either to "verify identity", or "for incidentals." In both cases it was unnecessary for them to have the information, they just wanted the card so they could steal the numbers. (Should there be any "incidentals" the hotel can charge it to the card used to make the reservation.) In the other instances the information was stolen by restaurant and retail store staff. In all of these cases we knew who did it and reported it to the police. Moab law enforcement acknowledge there is an active identity theft ring operating within their tourist industry. We have now adopted a "cash only" strategy for Moab busineses. Plus, we only secure hotels via Expedia, etc. and if hotel staff ask for a credit card at check in we give them an old cancelled Visa. Bottom line, be careful with your credit cards in Moab, Utah!!!!
Taking a credit card is a standard procedure to protect the hotel against theft (or property and/or services) and damage. Just because you paid via credit card to the Online Travel Agency does NOT mean that they passed that... เพิ่มเติม
Taking a credit card is a standard procedure to protect the hotel against theft (or property and/or services) and damage. Just because you paid via credit card to the Online Travel Agency does NOT mean that they passed that information on to the hotel. Plenty of OTAs collect the money and the hotel then invoices the OTA for their portion of the rate. Most large chains do have a cash deposit option though they are loath to use it.. be aware of their refund policy some hotels will refund cash deposit via check since the money has been probably been dropped in the safe at the end of the shift of the desk agent that checked you in, so they may not hand you a pile of cash at the end of your stay.
Is your pool heated in December?
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Sorry but the pool is closed for the season but the hut tub is still up and running.
"Room 117 was very quiet, near breakfast room in a.m."