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Today we decided to have a quiet day, after a hectic week of theme parks. We went for a drive to Walmart in the morning...the biggest supermarket we had ever seen..., then spent most of the afternoon by the pool! Made a lovely home made bruscetta in our little kitchen in the evening, which finished off the lazy day ...
... we went to the hard rock live to watch a spectacular concert. Firehouse brought in Skynyrd for a special concert. Awesome! Bo Bice came on stage to sing Sweet Home Alabama with them. Wow!! After the concert Tom and I went to the Thirsty Fish-the resort bar-and ran into Bo doing the same thing. Even more ...
... breeds in the Potter books." It was one of those rides where your feet dangled, and there were all kinds of corkscrews. But one of the best parts was the entrance to the ride! You went up so many ramps, where you passed things like "Support Potter" and "Potter Stinks" banners from the Goblet of Fire and a replica of Mr. Weasley's crashed flying Ford Anglia that was animated with headlights flashing. Then you went in to an actual building, which was the darkest ...
... I performed the exercises. Sometimes my “form” was a bit weak since I was doubled-over with laughter and desperately trying to avoid embarrassing myself in any other way.
I did get to go on my first “outing” while she was here. Our friend Bob had been back a forth between the hospital and his Rehab Center and there were some concerns when Connie was ...
... few more portals.
Then we all headed into Adventureland where Princess Lara, Scott and Matt set off to Thunder Mountain while Duncan, Gareth and I passed the time waiting for them by watching Country Bears Jamboree...which the boys enjoyed more than I did.
Historical Traveler Reviews Sheridan Hotel & Conference Center Orlando
First - The lobby is very nicely done. Beautiful open atrium gives you the illusion of a decent hotel. Which is why we paid for 3 days CASH in advance.
All we needed was a good night sleep before we caught an early flight. As we prepared to turn the covers down, a roach was on my pillow. We called the desk and a workman came with some kind of spray.
After a long time of noise from the pool area, kids yelling and throwing things, we fell asleep. Next I felt something crawling on my neck and it was another roach. We are not complainers but this was too much. We did complain and were refunded half our money. We will not go back to the Clarion Hotel again.
I have never experienced the worst customer service and hotel management in all my traveling years. I made reservations three months in advance for a non-smoking room,and called to confirm my reservation for a non smoking room.I arrived at the hotel and was told to go next door they overbooked rooms. Went next door and was told to back to Clarion Airport for my room. Finally they gave me a smoking room, after I told them about reserving a non-smoking room after a hour had passed and my take out food was cold. I refused the smoking room and the front end manager decided to charge for a room I never even got keys for. After 8 calls to the operations manager of the hotel, he never offered a apologies for the inconvenience or a refund of my charge for the night I never spent here. I will never make reservations at any Clarion Hotel ever again, they are a very unprofessional organization.
We stayed here January3rd to 4th before leaving on a cruise. We got a decent deal, but the service was very, very poor.
I stayed at this hotel on a Saturday night in late April. After reading the testimonials on this site I was tempted to cancel my reservation. However, I am glad that I didn't cancel because it was not as bad as has been indicated. The shuttle picked us up at airport after midnight by a very pleasant driver. The desk clerk was also helpful at such a late hour. Yes, we did ask for breakfast coupons otherwise we would not have received them. The bar was still open for a nightcap. The room was certainly wasn't 4 stars, but it was okay. The window was very difficult to open and half of it was coated over with paint or something so we couldn't see out. The only other complaint we had was the noise of the central fan that seemed to be running in the bathroom and couldn't be turned off. That was very loud. The breakfast was adequate for continental. They could have used some healthier choices. The lobby, bar, front entrance, pool and landscaping was very nice and the room decor was fine. I would stay again.
We stayed for 6 days from Feb 28 to March 6, and booked online for $49 per night, with a full breakfast and happy hour supposedly included.
Being unfamiluar with Orlando I booked on line, close to Universal.
Staying only one nite so price was not a hugh factor. Wanted something nice and it was rated 3 1/2 stars out of 5. I expected above average - What a disappointment!!! It's old and rundown. We had to change the first room since it overlooked the dumpster and the smell came in the room. The a/c was so loud you could not sleep. The tub was moldy and no water pressure. You could tell it was painted (over dirt) and new carpet could not help make up for the age and low ceilings and overall unpleasant stay.We paid $129 for one nite and it was worth $30. Would not have stayed another nite.
Let us preface this by saying we have never written a review before, but felt strongly regarding the need to alert the next unsuspecting visitors of our experience. We made reservations in Jan. 04 and received a confirmation for an executive king room. Despite our confirmation#, the front desk insisted this was incorrect and put us in a regular room with double beds. The safe and phone were not working, however, 2 complaints and 3 hours later, a maintenance person finally came to fix the problems. Later, we discovered additional problems: the sink would not drain, all of the lamps had at least one blown bulb, the bathroom floor and toilet were borderline unsanitary, the A/C operated at the volume of a 747 engine and punctuated it's cycle with a bang equivalent to someone impacting the door with a sledge hammer.
Beware, if you think you are staying at a nice, clean hotel you will be shocked at how run down it is. My husband and I stayed here for a few days because of the free full breakfast and happy hour. The full breakfast is a joke; you have to ask for a pass from the front desk each day (they are not automatically given to you) and any continental breakfast is much better. The happy hour; the three days we were there, there was no happy hour.The rooms; just an FYI, this hotel is connect to an Econo Lodge that shares ammenities. The rooms are clean, but many things are broken. Our patio door was stuck open, our closet door was stuck open, there are no irons (it took 1 1/2 hours and 3 requests to get one), and the door key works on the 4th try (don't ask me why).The ammenities; the work out room is enclosed and no venilation, not to mention only one treadmill worked and the stairclimber. The cycling machine and the nautilus equipment were all broken. There were no towels and the water dispenser was out of water. The pool was nice, but the hot tub was cold and smelled like rotten eggs. There were also never any towels at the pool, so bring your own.Needless to say, we will never stay at a Clarion again. It is deceiving though because the entry way is attractive and looks nicer than it really is. I guess you get what you pay for!