Boca Raton Marriott at Boca Center
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Nothing to report today. We got another hotwire hotel deal in Boca Raton so we moved across the road into the Marriot. Did some laundry and met a weird bloke wandering around with a golf club, which he then tried to force into my hand for an impromptu golf lesson.
Did lunch at an English pub (The English Tap) and dinner at an over priced …
... ship – Central Park, Boardwalk, Solarium. Finally camping out in the Pool area that allowed smoking. Rob and I went down to check out our table, and glad we did. The numbers were incorrect, and it appeared that we were at a table for eight, not ten. The Matre'd took care of that for us. So we were all set.
Rob and I then tried to get in our room, and fortunately, we were able to! Oh my God, the room is insane. Way better than ...
... the Public Beach. We spent the rest of the afternoon just relaxing until 5:00 when we had to leave for a sunset cruise.
Gondolas West offers different "ecotours" in a boat called ēCHO. It is a six passenger luxury electric motor boat. It was very comfortable and our 1 1/2 hour tour actually lasted a little over 2 hours. We went through the Intercoastal Waterway and into some of the canals. The ride was lovely and we saw some beautiful homes and yachts. It is a part of ...
... and elegant suites have extended into the lower hotel classifications and have, thereby, become part of the hospitality mainstream. Hilton, Marriott, and Sheraton among others have developed many pseudo-luxury hotels containing these amenities. Selected upscale facets of a 5 star ...
... a captain out of Cozumel, Mexico, called Sailfish Marina in search of a mate for a Bill Fish tourney, and I was contacted and on the phone in minutes. A short interview he hires me on the spot.
I arrived in Cozumel two days later, but this was 12 days before the tournament was to occur. At the airport, the captain, from the USA, warns me of this Englishman’s idiosyncrasies, and of his determination to continue his winning streak of this tournament. He’s ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Boca Raton Marriott at Boca Center
No hard mattress here
We stayed at the Marriott Boca Raton for 2 nights. We liked the soft mattress and lots pillows, not your cheap hotel extra-firm mattress. Room size was fine, mostly clean, and the curved shower-curtain rod was a nice touch so it won't be clinging to you when showering. Self-parking is free. For the negatives, the TV reception was terrible, walls are too thin (neighbor kept us up til 2am), local calls are $1, and there were some dirty hand prints on the shower curtain and walls. Overall we liked the room.
My Mother, Toddler sister, and I stayed here for 2 nights since we wanted to explore more of Florida. It was nice to stay in the Boca Raton Marriot. The rooms were very nice and the beds were very comfortable. The service was greast as well. WE went during construction and the lady at the front desk gave my little sister a stuffed bear with a construction hat on. Very nice and friendly. I recommend this for anyone who is visiting Boca Raton.
I was in Boca for a conference and extended my stay so that my wife & I could have a short vacation there. We picked this hotel based on TripAdvisor reviews, and we were not disappointed at all.
We were looking for a reasonably priced, but comfortable hotel near Florida Atlantic U where we were settling in my son for the school season. Picked this hotel based on Trip Advisor reviews and was not disappointed. The rooms are being renovated quite nicely. . . standard size with a split bathroom, providing access to the sink while someone else uses the shower/toilet. VERY comfortable mattress, feather pillows (synthetic is available upon request). We had a weekend rate that included their fabulous breakfast buffet (normally $14/person). We did not use their pool because we were too busy but it is large, private with many lounge chairs and a bar area. The lobby is still being renovated but that didn't bother us. A wedding was going on so the hotel was quite full but the atmosphere was still peaceful and relaxing. The staff was friendly, especially the bellmen who directed us to the many great shopping malls so we could buy all my son needed for his off-campus housing. I can't wait to go back to visit him so we can stay here again -- and enjoy the amenities this time.
I stayed at the Boca Raton Marriott during the first week of July. After a long flight from Los Angeles, the staff quickly checked my family and I in and had us in our room within minutes. In fact, the front desk staff were outstanding. The room was a typically-sized Marriott room. The rooms were not extreamly large, but they were by no means small. From the pictures I had seen of the hotel, I thought that there would be a balcony in each room, but this was not the case. The greenish-blue bars are just for decoration. As for the lobby, it is a great place to meet friends and family. There is also a huge fountain in the middle of it that adds some warmth to the lobby, despite the lobby itself being small.
Yes, they have begun renovations of this hotel, and with the cool location, I could walk to the Spa, then choose between 7 restuarants to eat at. The new room is so bright & modern, with a residential feel. Service was great, and they served afternoon tea & lemonade. Their personal Lincoln took me to the mall around the corner from the hotel.
Great Locaion with Great Marriott Service
I have just stayed here on business, and ended up extending my stay for pleasure. Boca is the place to be, and since the hotel is near many things to do and see- I stayed longer! It is exciting that they are about to begin a 5 million dollar enhancement project, as the hotel will be so nice and upscale, that I will stay here again on my next trip. The staff were also very friendly and made me feel at home!
My husband and I just returned from a stay at this hotel and were very disappointed. As frequent business travelers, we stay in many Marriott hotels and this one, unfortunately, was one of the worst in terms of quality and service. The walls were paper-thin. Our room shook whenever one of us closed the bathroom door. The rooms were clean, but utterly non-descript with cheap furnishings. The service was disinterested, at best, and occassionally downright rude. Although the hotel is within walking distance to a few (not many) stores and restaurants, this is not a good vacation hotel and I cannot recommend it for business, either.
Just came back from a week's CME course. In the past I've always gone to a course at the Fontainebleau in Miami where the rooms are much more expensive, but the pool fantastic. THe BR Marriott has nice rooms (I probably had the cheapest since there was a special course rate), but the pool was hardly bigger than a bath tub. The hotel food was pretty expensive, as are the choices in the Town Center, just outside the hotel. What I did most days was walk to King's Deli and grocery just outside of the hotel, to the right (I think north) where you can select from various hot foods, served as a dinner for $6.99, and it's a huge amount- good enough easily for 2 meals. The people at the front desk were helpful enough and the place is clean. Unfortunately not close to the ocean.
This is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. The front desk staff were outstanding. I stayed there about for 3 months traveling every week from CT to FL...this was our preferred hotel. Front desk staff - special kudos to Melissa. dont know if she is still employed there, but simply outstanding service. jump on this hotel. I guarantee it, you wont be disappointed.please email me if you have any questions.thanksSugan Kumar