We had room 366, by the elevator, but no ice machine on this floor. Noise from the hallway was pretty minimal until 10am each morning when I think housekeeping starts. There were some dogs in other rooms on this floor but they weren't too bad- didn't bark often and were halfway down the hall. The room was good but had a strange smell- I think it was the water which was highly chlorinated or a musty carpet smell, not sure. The bed was comfortable, hot water was good, flat screen TV, and well regulated temperature in the room. I was glad to have a room that didn't have one of those window/exterior AC/heating units like the economy hotels. Our heating was not noisy either. I'm used to drinking tap water but this water was not palatable at all- tasted like pool water there was so much chlorine. Had one sip and that was it. Although, there is a water cooler with filter in the coffee/breakfast area and that was good. The shower was okay, it didn't drain super well but it was hot. We only spoke with the front desk twice so far- for check in and then to look at nearby restaurants, they were okay. The lady at check in was bland but it was 4am when we got here. Breakfast was good-bagels, english muffins, danish, mini muffins, yogurt, oranges, apples, bananas, cereal, juice, milk, and pop tarts. But it is very busy unless you go at 6:30am. I rated sleep quality excellent but this is coming from someone who could sleep through a tornado. Our curtains were not sliding open and closed as they should have and kept getting stuck. Room had a fireplace but you have to pay $5 per log. A small bottle of Dawn dish soap would be good to wash dishes by hand.
My biggest complaint: Tomorrow we will check out and pay the $17 per night fees which includes a resort fee- not sure how this place classifies as a resort... totally not worth it. The internet has been so horrible, working on my finals and watching movies has been excruciating. Another recent reviewer also commented on this and my husband and I think it's the router- we had similar problems at home and that was our fix. Here's how bad it was!
This is our third time to HH. Next time, we hope to come when it is warmer.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Shaded by magnolia and palmetto trees, Park Lane Hotel sits in the center of the island, just minutes from beaches, shopping, and gourmet restaurants. An arched driveway leads to the hotel's stately entrance, which is adorned with thick columns and white chimney stacks rising from a slate roof. Inside, each spacious suite features a full kitchen with granite countertops. Overstuffed armchairs and fireplaces create a cozy environment for unwinding. The Park Lane Hotel & Suites is the island's only all suite property with 156 rooms. Guests enjoy daily complimentary continental breakfast, 24/7 complimentary Starbucks coffee, high-speed wireless internet, outdoor pool and jacuzzi and is Dog Friendly! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Park Lane Hilton Head