SpringHill Suites by Marriott Rexburg
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpringHill Suites by Marriott Rexburg
The Springhill Suites chain is great for families. I only have one real beef with the chain, and that relates to what I view as a design flaw in the rooms. The suites are obviously geared towards families, but the doors to the shower and toilet rooms (they are separate, which is great) are frosted glass, so if you turn on a light in the middle of the night, the whole suite lights up. Not a problem for a solo business traveler, but annoying when there are other people in the room that might be woken up.
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