Hilton Garden Inn Portsmouth Downtown
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Garden Inn Portsmouth Downtown
Clean ant close to everything.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Portsmouth Downtown
Agree with Rhode Island Tripadvisor comment
We were at the Hilton Garden Inn around the sametime as the Rhode Island Tripadvisor Member in the previous comment. We ran into the same lack of details and over all "Whatever" attitude.
We brought our complaint up to the General Manager who basically blew us off and walked away. When we went to check out we overheard her talking negatively about another guest and the way she was dressed. The unfortunately thing was the guest they were talking about was a special needs individual with a sever developmental issue.
I found the staff to have no tact dealing with guests.
My husband and I stayed here this past weekend, and I have to say that we were less than impressed overall. Given the fact that the room we stayed in was $250 per night, you would think that the management would have their acts together a bit more.
I spent a week in Portsmouth on business. Our in house travel agent made me reservations at the New Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Portsmouth. Every looked good on line and I read the Trip Advisor references before I went. I felt pretty comfortable with the choice that had been made.
This hotel is in a nice location within walking distance to everything.It is a new hotel, so the rooms are really nice. The bed is so comfortable.It has some foam and air system where you can adjust the softness on either side of the bed. Bathroom has a large walk in shower, no tub. There is free internet wireless available in the room, and a business center as well.Complimentary coffee is put out at 6 am. There is a nice fitness center, and a pool with a hot tub. Breakfast was excellent. Usually we don't like hotel buffets, but at this one, you could order omlets, any kind of eggs,waffles,or pancakes. There was a large assortment of fruits and pastries, as well as the usual bacon,homefries,oatmeal,cold cereals, juices and coffee.For $9.95, I think it was a good deal. All the hotel employees we encountered went out of their way to be helpful. The only negative here is you have to valet park for $8/day. Street parking has meters, and there is a parking garage that would end up costing more. I would definitely return to this hotel.
This hotel is in a great location in Portsmouth, which is a great little city. you can walk to everything (don't try to drive around town) and there are plenty of restaurants and shops within blocks of the hotel.
This hotel just opened about a month ago, but already they are pros. My husband, son and I decided to go on an impromptu overnighter to Portsmouth and we were so thrilled that we booked this hotel. The location cannot be beat. Park the car and walk to EVERYTHING. The hotel is brand new and is in pristine condition. The room was very large and immaculate. We spent most of our time down at the pool with my son. It is small, but very nice, with a hot tub as well. We ate breakfast at the hotel and it was terrific. It was buffett style, but they will also make things to your tastes. It was delicious and hot, with TONS of different foods - not your typical boring buffett. I really cannot say enough about this hotel. We are already planning another trip back in a couple of months. Just three exits north and you are in Kittery, with all the outlets. It is really ideal! Kudos to this hotel and their staff...we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and we will be back!
We checked into the Hilton after having one night at an unsatisfactory hotel in Portsmouth. We had parked at the downtown parking garage, and saw the Hlton across the street. It was only ten dollars more a night then the bad place we were staying so we had no qualms about changing.
Great value. Sparklingly new and spacious little Hilton hotel right in heart of quaint old Portsmouth, with terrific fitness center, pool, and jacuzzi. Staff are very courteous and very helpful. A real value for the money.
Fantastic hotel and location
new, clean, great service, comfortable beds and large, comfortable room size.
perfect location for walking thru the town and easy highway access for travel.
We had a wedding in new hampshire and got a room at this brand new hilton for the weekend. it literally opened just days before we arrived, and almost all guests of the wedding were staying there. we were pleasantly surprised when we first arrived at the sophistication of the hotel and competency of the brand new staff. i was under the impression that hilton's "garden inn" was a smaller version of the hilton, like holiday inn express or courtyard by marriott, but it was so much nicer. the bed had a huge duvet, an all marble shower with an incredible shower head. everything we asked for was recieved with such enthusiasm from the staff. we did have a bad experience at the restaraunt one night, the food was slow and it was obvious neither server knew what they were doing, but when i went to the front desk and asked to speak with a mgr, he was very responsive, apologized and did not make excuses even though they were brand new, he went over and took care of everything. the interior of the hotel was impeccable, very upscale. the rooms can be pricey, going in upwards of $300 per night certain times of the year, but if i were staying in potrsmouth, i would definitely stay there.