I’ve spent hundreds of night in Starwood hotels. This is one is OK. What concerns me is this hotel represents what the Sheraton band in the U.S. has become.
Have you ever enjoyed the views from the Club Lounge at the Sheraton Waikiki or Cape Town? Have you had memorable experiences at the Sheraton hotels in Mexico City, Frankfort, or Hanoi? Sheraton hotel owners outside the U.S. should be concerned that this hotel shares the same branding.
Those hotels aren’t any more expensive than this one. If you’re spending a night in a mid-price hotel ($200 per night), it would be a little more comforting if the elevators were in better repair, electrical outlets worked, the hallways weren’t as dingy, and the layout of the hotel didn’t remind you of a Holiday Inn (was this hotel one at one time?).
For an overnight stay in Tempe or near the Phoenix airport, it’s OK. My concern is that Starwood lets properties like this be a branded as a “Sheraton” hotel. What exactly does the brand mean?
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Conveniently located to Sky Harbor International Airport, Sheraton Phoenix Airport Hotel Tempe is also near desirable attractions, including museums, world class dining, and Arizona State University. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sheraton Tempe
- Tempe Sheraton