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Here's the real deal. Pros: the staff is fantastic. It's *right* by the metro, so getting downtown or to the beach is super easy. The room was srsly gigantic. We are clean eaters, and the breakfast did have some options that were alright (hard-boiled eggs, fruit). Speaking of clean, the room itself was the cleanest hotel room I've ever stayed in. For real. They have one heckuva cleaning staff! The bed was firm, but comfortable. The hotel itself was quiet, as hotels go. Cons: the neighborhood is fine during the day, and one local told us that next to the metro the police have a big presence, so it's usually safe...but. Once it's dark, that part of town is a totally different place. While we were never in any actual danger, my husband and I were legitimately adventuring in South Central CA. We saw things in that neighborhood, ranging from people smoking crack on their patio, to a gang banger who was packing, talking about "babysitting" 4 "toddlers" and 3 "newborns"... Also, the pillows were these really really gigantic mounds of ridiculous fluff and lumps. I did request a smaller pillow, and the staff found me one that was a bit better. There is a cluster of habitations behind the hotel, where someone was blaring music every night, until about 10pm. If you want to sleep before then, maybe bring some ear plugs :) Summing up: if you've got an open mind, this is a good deal on a nice-ish hotel. If you can't handle a little bit of the gritty side of life, maybe this one's not for you.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
This place made our trip! We drove out, from Salt Lake City with four small children. With the kids, and very specific dietary concerns (special diet due to an autoimmune condition), we wanted someplace with a little room to spread out, and/or put our toddler to bed early if needed. We also wanted a place where we could freshly prepare the majority of our food. When I saw that this place had cabins with bedrooms, a tub, and a kitchen, I was sold. We booked a two-bedroom deluxe cottage, for 4 nights at the end of July. I wish, in hindsight that we had stayed a few nights longer. 4 nights weren't quite long enough to see everything we wanted to. The pictures *really* don't do it justice. I expected it to be a little dumpy, based on the pics I saw. I was willing to sacrifice staying at "the Ritz," for the privacy and sanity of accommodations that served our other needs. What we found when we first walked walked in was such a pleasant surprise! The furniture is quite nice. The beds were very soft and comfy. There was plenty of room for the six of us! And, the whole place was meticulously clean. When they say "fully furnished kitchen," they mean it. Microwave, fridge, stove top/oven, cupboards full of dishes for cooking and eating on, and even hand towels to do the washing. Be prepared to supply your own dish soap, and bathroom soap (they provided hand soap in the bathroom). There was air conditioning, and a few fans for the two bedrooms. We slept very comfortably. In fact, it's the best rest I've ever gotten while on vacation! Located on the outskirts of Rapid City, it is far enough away from the bustle of the city to feel like you're really camping, but close enough to conveniences and tourist attractions to feel...well, convenient. Coming back to our cabin at the end of the day was like coming home! So comfy and relaxing. The area surrounding the campground is breathtakingly beautiful. It's tucked into the side of a small mountain, surrounded by trees and red rock, and blue sky. It's lush and green and lovely. I would call the "lake" more of a large pond. But, my kids had a blast in the paddle boats, and wading in the shallows. My only complaint was the 9:00 am checkout time. That's a bit rough, for a big family on a road trip! All-in-all, we had a fabulous time here. I would stay again in a heart beat!
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Can I just ask right off the bat, what is the deal with the hotel name? It's 1/3 of the way to a dirty french word. Just sayin. What I loved: The staff was consistently friendly and helpful. The decorations were modern and well appointed. The room was pretty much exactly what I would expect from a double occupancy hotel room. The beds were fairly comfortable, and I slept well on them. The room was extremely clean. The pool and hot tub area was gorgeous and the kids had a blast playing in the pool. We had an excellent view of the fireworks, which are not to be missed. Possibly the best fireworks display I have ever seen, and that's including 4th of July fireworks in Washington DC a few years back. What I hated: This hotel is *right* next to the interstate. (I-5) If you're on the lower floors, that's not a big deal, because there is a sound wall. However, in rooms facing the pool above the 3rd floor, the interstate is deafening. We were on the 5th floor (the top) all the way on the end of the wing. Inside our room with the door shut, it wasn't too bad. It mostly sounded like constant white noise with the occasional big rig horn or motorcycle engine flying by. But, as soon as you opened the door, you couldn't even have a conversation it was so loud. The shuttle to Disney was a good idea (I wouldn't recommend walking to Disney from this hotel), but it was approximate timing. We were told every 20 minutes starting at 7:40. On our second morning, the first shuttle came at 7:35. Sometimes, it was 15 minutes between shuttles, sometimes 30. They would without warning combine shuttle routes. Because of combined routes, we once waited 45 minutes with a screaming baby for the shuttle back to the hotel. So, that was a bit unpredictable and frustrating. When we asked hotel staff about it, we were told it's run by the city, so the hotel has no say in when it comes. And the shuttle driver told us that the "every 20 minutes" shuttle schedule is approximate and not guaranteed. Other than those things, we had a wonderful stay here. If I were to do it all again, I would probably stay someplace accross the street from the park. That's not to say I regret staying in the Hotel Menage. For what we paid, we got a good value and I feel it was a really nice vacation.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Dr Meyers has been seeing my 8 year old daughter for a serious, painful, and unique condition on her scalp. I have been consistently treated like an overbearing parent, for asking questions and making requests. Almost nothing was explained to me about their suspicions concerning diagnosis of her condition. I was treated like a know-nothing when I made assertions about what it might be. Literally every test taken, and all information I can find online are consistent with my original assertions about what her problem might be. Seemingly, because I thought of it first, and he has already said without testing it that it couldn't be that, he is utterly unwilling to consider the possibility that I might be right in my assertion of diagnosis. To the point that he is unwilling to perform the tests necessary to confirm and diagnose her condition. Tests that would be relatively easy and inexpensive to perform. The attitude seems to be, "She's just some mom. She couldn't possibly know what's going on with her own child! I am the all-knowing doctor, and therefore should never be questioned or told how to do my job." He would rather call her condition, "Benign recurring pustules," than do the simple tests that would prove my assertion of, "Generalized pustular psoriasis," wrong. He actually said the words, "It seems to me that you're very jaded, and more intent on your own personal experience, than in getting your daughter the treatment she needs." Seriously. Which is kind of insane, considering that at this moment, he is telling me there is no treatment he can give for "benign recurring pustules." ...Do you mean OTHER THAN the tests you could do to rule out psoriasis?! Nice. In addition, his PA wrote a prescription for a broad spectrum antibiotic, without getting an accurate weight for my 8 year old. He said there was no scale in the office, looked her up and down, and said, "We'll say 40 lbs. That looks about right." And proceeded to write the prescription. No joke. I am left without any other option than to pay the hefty stack of bills I now have from his office, which yielded zero explanation on my daughter's condition; and then go and find someone who's patients' well being is more important than his pride. Someone who is willing to do exhaustive testing and searching, even at the expense of perhaps having to admit he could be wrong, to find out exactly what is going on with his patient. Needless to say, I do not recommend Utah Valley Dermatology for your needs. Especially if you have an opinion about your child's healthcare, or want to have a say in treatments that are given. Update added on May 8, 2014 (Originally gave a one star rating.) : Surprising, and not in a bad way! I got a call from Dr. Meyers himself, today. We had a very honest conversation, in which I was able to voice my concerns, and he listened and was very understanding. He apologized completely for any bad feelings he has caused, reassured me that he is coming from a place of wanting to help my daughter, and assured me that he is willing to do whatever is necessary to diagnose her. It was a very civil and respectful conversation, and I feel like all of our concerns were put to rest. He may have restored my faith in doctors! I'm very impressed with his character. Also, extremely excited that I don't have to start over with a different doctor. Turns out that Utah Valley Dermatology is fully willing to correct any mistakes that were made, and absolutely capable of communicating to correct problems!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We shopped around for window installers to replace our old "storm window" aluminum framed windows, and had many quotes done at the house. Wholesale windows was the only company to respond promptly to my phone call. They kept their appointment, and called to confirm it the day of. They were so polite and professional I decided to hire them before ever seeing the quote, but was pleasantly surprised to see that their quote was very competitive to the other quotes we received. They were consistently on time, courteous, clean, and well mannered. The replacement job they did on the windows is beautiful and looks totally finished! The windows are high quality and update our home nicely. Overall, we got a great price, and unparallelled service and quality. I am thrilled with the results!
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago