Loyalty Inn Wisconsin Dells
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We go there every year, we stayed in their chalets and bungalow. Perfect for the price. It is loacated right on the strip of wis dells close to Noah's Ark, tommy and nice restaurants. Their staff is very nice and best place for the price. Check out the website: ----
Perfect place to stay for Family and Friends
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Riviera. We booked their Chalet Suite for 4 of us. We coudn't have got a better deal for the money we spent.
They gave us great deals on Casino and Mount Olympus Packages. They got a beautiful new Play-park for kids (wasn't there last year). My yournger had blast in their Indoor pool.
All and all, one of the best places to stay in Wisconsin Dells.
Great place to stay
This a great place for the price. Perfectly located, right in the center of dells. Their heart shaped whirlpools (chalets) and bungalows are excellent. We had booked two rooms. We are going again next summer...so should you. Enjoy!!!!!!!
Riviera letdown, did not live up to it's name
When I arrived, there was a musty smell in the hall, and 2 jacuzzi rooms I checked. It seemed seedy. When I asked if I could cancel my reservation, they said sure, but you will not get your $155.00 Jacuzzi room fee back. BEWARE!! To me a fee should be contingent on a room meeting my fair expectations. How can you gauge smell from a picture??
We stayed, and while the jaccuzzi was the draw, the Riviera was not a $200.00 room(with all taxes). There were cigarette burns on the acrylic bath tub in the second room, cracked tiles by the jaccuzzi tub, a loud fan in the bathroom, simple furniture, and the rooms were decidedly outdated in appearance. This is not worth $200. Stay at the Wilderness, and you will get a $165.00 room in substantially better condition(admittedly without the jacuzzi, but with 5 waterpark passes).
The indoor swimming pool area was punctuated by water marks on the walls, the plunger next to the toilet in the mens room, murky water in the hot tub in the indoor area, and the lack of any presentation.
In addition, in Wisconsin, the air can be cool, but the indoor pool area is not indoor accessible from many, if not most rooms. You need to walk outdoors from your room to get to the indoor or outdoor pool area.
As an added aggravation, there were not any locks on the doors separating the jacuzzi bedroom from the second bed room. As a consequence, your jacuzzi privacy may be interupted. Fortunately, ours was not.
It's nice but ...
This is a nice mom & pop hotel. A bit pricey ($79 / nite for 2 adults & 2 kids mid-week) but the Dell's ain't inexpensive. We stayed in a single room near the outdoor pool on the strip. These rooms don't appear to have been updated / remodeled since the 70s. Clean no-frills room with microwave, mii-fridge, & strong smell of smoke. The outdoor pool has a small water slide and is 3 1/2 feet deep at its deepest, which is just fine from families with small kids. Also has nice outdoor hot tub. The pool and hot tub area appear to be new. Also an indoor pool area. The Dells area is about a tacky as any tourist trap in the world, but if you've got to go to the Dells the location is convenient to water parks, mini-golf, etc. It's a basic place to stay.
I was very disappointed in your hotel. We actually cancelled out reservation upon arrival because of the lack of cleanliness. We could bearly see the bottom of the indoor pool it was so cloudy. The stairway was filthy. Also having to forfiet our enetire deposit was very disturbing. I can see a cancellation fee, but the entire deposit?
Good Morning to all who would like to stay in a perfect little place!
We have been going to the Dells for the past 4 years together! We go as parents with our kids and w/o kids for a parent getaway!
If you like more of the quietness and less hustle and bustle, this is the hotel for you!! We stay here at least five times a summer every year!
The hotel itself isn't the ritz like the Great Wolf Lodge, however, I would never stay anywhere else. The staff treat us like family and are real people. They believe in what the hotel represents and there not to just do there job. They believe in treating you like people and a family. The staff everyday will accommodate to your every need. THE OLD SAYING, TREAT OTHERS AS YOU WANT TO BE TREATED!! We have never had an issue with our reservation, excepct for the very first time we stayed almost 5 years ago. Our room has always been clean and wonderful! The last couple years, the hotel has made some magnificent updates!
If anyone has any doubt regarding this hotel, please contact me at our email and chat with us. Be glad to give any information requested!
Also, if any you like to dance and have a great time at the clubs, GO TO BROTHER-INLAWS!!! IT'S HOT!!!
Hope to meet some of you at the Riviera this summer. July 4th wknd is AWESOME!!! Looking forward to it
A COUPLE'S SECOND HOME NEXT TO HOME!
Best kept secret
Great place, great location, great time. The Riviera Suites is a great place to enjoy a romantic evening. Check-in early enjoy the heart shaped whirlpool and walk across the street for a great dinner at the Del Bar! Walk 50 yards or less back and do it again. $129/night great price. Going back for our second trip next week. ENJOY...we will!
Enjoyed our stay!!
Stayed in a whirlpool suite and even though the place looked kind of seedy driving in, the suites were gorgeous! New everything, lots of little extras, helpful staff, and a hotel pool, hot tub & sauna available as well! Lots of fun, good rates, and close to everything without being in the thick of traffic! We're going back again this spring!
The Riveria Suites is the Best Place to Stay!
We just came back from the Riviera Suites and absolutely loved our
stay. Our Royal Suite complete with fridge, microwave, fireplace, and
in room whirlpool for only 99.00 a night was beautiful! It was clean
and had outdoor access to the great outdoor pool!! I was really
impressed and didn't want to leave. We will definetly come back soonThe
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