Sheraton Suites Market Center
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Suites Market Center Dallas
Great Stay at the Sheraton
Stayed 7 weeks at this all suite hotel. One cannot hear any noise from the next rooms. The living room has an openable outside window. The bedroom has a sliding glass door with a tiny balcony. There is a breakfast buffet with a change in selections each day or a standard menu. Also, their dinner has good meals. There is one washer and dryer behind the lobby. There is also an indoor/outdoor pool(large) and a small gym. They furnish a shuttle for anywhere within 5 miles. The service here is excellent.
A Little Disappointed
We stayed at the Sheraton during a week-end leisure trip. We were disappointed in the size of the beds, not really feeling even like a double bed, and even though they were VERY comfortable and the pillows and bedding were very nice, they were not very long at all. The furniture was very out-dated and I agree to the reference of it looking more like the 70's or 80's furniture. When made down into a bed, the sofa left a lot to be desired. Not very comfortable for my grandson at all. The pool was small but nice and the grandchildren enjoyed their time in it. We didn't eat at the restaurant, so can't comment on that. It was small compared to other suites we have stayed in. All and all, I would give it an average rating.
I booked this hotel with the idea that Sheraton Hotels, in general, are usually 4/5 stars in quality. I was, however, quite disappointed in this Sheraton Hotel.
Unfortunately, my experience did not live up to previous reviews. While the room was comfortable and the "sweet sleeper bed" was a delight, the amenities and service left something to be desired.
A delightful surprise
We booked through Priceline so we were not sure if the hotel would be one we would truly like.
Surprise!!! Although near the busy highway we heard no noise and we were in a delightful suite. The king size bed was in a room off of the living room area, through french doors. We had a small balcony off of the bedroom. Everything was spotless and the mattress was heavenly!
The decor was very nice. All in all a lovely place to stay for a very reasonable price.
Within walking distance is a Dennys restaurant which would be easier on the pocketbook if you had small children with you.
The hotel is very convenient to downtown and to the Kennedy Memorial museum.
Great meeting location
This hotel was very nice. Excellent king-sized bed in the room. Very comfortable. Nice meeting rooms. The only down side is that the restraurant was not open at dinner due to remodeling. No other restaurants in the vacinity. Not handy for the out-of-town traveler.
For our purposes, it was just right!
We stayed at the Sheraton on a weekend in May and had 2 suites ($69 each). There were 3 teenagers in our party and they loved the rooms. The rooms were a bit small and the furniture outdated, but for our purposes they were just right. They were clean and cozy, and the beds were very comfy. The staff was great and everyone from the desk clerk to the maintenance crew was very friendly and helpful. We lost our car keys down the elevator shaft, and the staff came to our rescue and were able to retrieve the keys. What could have been a disaster for our weekend getaway, was quickly taken care of by a competent, patient and friendly staff. These are the type of things that make an average hotel, above average!
Stayed 2 nights from 2/23 - 2/25/2005 in Club Level room on 11th floor. Hotel was in convenient location and staff was friendly. Room was okay, furniture was a bit worn. Club Level was one of the worst I have seen. Evening appetizers were terrible - left out to get dry and crusty, and not replenished. Open bar consisted of 8 cans of regular Coke and Sprite - couldn't even get a diet. Lounge was not attended, so no one to ask for anything else. Breakfast was a bit better, but I would advise against paying for this "luxury." Fitness room had old, low quality off-brand equipment. Ate at restaurant and had room service twice - service was prompt and friendly, but food quality consistently below average. I might stay there again if I could get another super low rate, but otherwise will probably look somewhere else.
Very nice hotel. Friendly staff. The suites were kind of small. One of our bathroom doors did not lock. Hard to keep the kids out. The pool and workout facility were great. Very quite considering Mary Kay Seminar was going on. Overall great stay.
This is an all-suites hotel. We were provided a living area and a separate sleeping area divided by french doors. The room was comfortable, however, I was surprised at the smallness of the suites.