Courtyard By Marriott Eugene Springfield
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard By Marriott Eugene Springfield
This is my 3rd time staying at this Courtyard. I typically prefer Courtyards over any other Marriott chain mostly because of the Bistro. The Bistro provides a very decent breakfast and dinner menu, along with seating areas that provide individual TV's for you to watch your evening programs. They also have a very accommodating staff, clean and comfortable rooms, speedy internet, and a location right off of I-5. The only downside is the traffic during rush hour, particularly in the morning. If the Bistro is closed and you end up having to go across the street to get your Starbucks fix I would recommend walking because chances are you won't make it in a timely manner if you drive. The only other 2 things I take into account on whether or not I will stay again is the channel selection and pillow size. There are Marriotts out there who will remain nameless that think people enjoy sleeping on 7 individual square foot pillows. I am not one of those people, which is why I always travel with my own pillow AND blanket. This Marriott also has the NBC Sports Network, which during hockey playoffs is a major must have. So overall 3.5 stars, but for this particular stay, 4 stars.
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