Enjoyed my stay, but nothing to brag about A review of Westchester Marriott
I recently stayed at the Westchester Marriott for two nights while attending a conference. The lobby and public areas looked like they were recently renovated and overall, the hotel looked fresh and clean. The room was beautifully decorated, but on the "tight" side, and the bathroom was especially small. The bed was comfortable and featured upscale fabrics and sheeting. It was generally clean, but was too dusty---moreso than the dozen or so hotels I've stayed at in the last year. The room was loaded with amenities. At least I had a room at the front of the hotel with a view of the parking lot and surrounding office buildings. Those facing the back of the hotel look out at roofs, vents, sound barriers and the lanes of I-287 approaching the Tappan Zee Bridge.
The location is convenient and nearby are a few restaurants. I took all of my meals in the Allie's American Grille, which is your typical moderately priced/mediocre food and service hotel restaurant. Decent sized portions, but infrequent service. I will give props to their breakfast buffet. A friend who ate at Ruth's Chris raved about the meal, calling it "the meal of a lifetime". I was unable to get a reservation, and probably saved myself $100. The conference facilities were good; everything went off without a hitch. The pool area seemed to get a lot of use. I liked the sunken lobby bar near the pool. Overall, I would stay there again since the property fulfilled most basic needs of this traveler. Price was right, too, at $123 a night.