Should I take a tour of the hotel before I book a block of rooms?

posted 3 years ago in Logistics
Post # 2
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1103 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

Do you have any reason to believe it’s not a prefectly acceptable hotel?  If not. I’d say no.  I travel a lot, and a hotel is a hotel!

Post # 5
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1103 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

They are part of the Radisson chain and I’ve never had an issue with them, though I haven’t stayed in a Country Inn.  If you’re staying there as well, it’s worth a visit if it’s close to you, but not if you have to travel out of the way. 

Also, check the Yelp reviews, they are usually very helpful, and you’l see what people think about the place.

Post # 6
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1590 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

I would have picked any hotel that provided a complimentary shuttle! None did. :(. I looked at two hotels but ultimately I went with the most inexpensive for guests. It was nice enough. The way I saw it, I was showing them this nice/inexpensive hotel and if it wasn’t good enough for them, they were more than welcome to shop around if they desired. That said, I wasn’t expecting a ton of OOT guests.

Post # 7
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

Waitingbee57:   The only reason we are looking at our hotel rooms is because I’m getting married at a Hotel/Casino in my city and they have a package for us for the hotel part and the wording is a bit confusing and when I asked for what exactly what was included in the package, my co-ordinator from the casino/hotels response was “When you come in for the tasting, I will show you what you are getting and you can decided if you wish to upgrade or not”.  In the package it talks bout the different rooms/upgrades that we can book with different prices and it was a little confusing about what we were getting. Normally I wouldn’t have bothered looking at a hotel room if the rating/services were good but when I need a hotel room for 2 nights and a room for my girls and I to get ready in I need to make sure the space is big enough (this hotel/casino is the best place to stay in the city as rooms can be expensive, service is amazing and its on the riverfront). If its a place you would personally stay at than I don’t see the need to look at the rooms unless you need clarification. Your guests might have the option to upgrade to a different room when they call so what you look at might not be what they get. I would just book it if you are happy with all the services!! Good Luck!!

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