Airport8500 Peña Blvd, Denver, CO(303) 342-2000
Michael Wyszomierski reviewed 8 months ago
- This is pretty nice for a bigger airport. There are lots of food options, so just hop on the train and visit another terminal if you don't find what you like where you're sitting. My best tip though is to head upstairs if it's feeling a little too crowded in the gate area. There's additional seating up there (and additional food in some areas), and you can still keep an eye on the gate.
Hotel3752 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV(702) 590-8888$$$$
Michael Wyszomierski reviewed a year ago
Quality Excellent Facilities Excellent Service Excellent - This hotel is a great escape from the casinos at the end of the night. The facilities are modern, quiet, and clean. The room had some nice features including the touchscreen control panel, which allowed me to easily set what time I wanted to wake up, and how I wanted to be woken up, such as the curtains opening, the TV being turned on to a specific channel, or the temperature being set higher or lower. If you want to have something delivered to your room without being disturbed, there's even a valet closet, which the staff can place items in from outside of your room, and you can access from the inside. The service is what really sets Mandarin apart, though. They emailed me ahead of time, asking for my flight information and offering to send a car to pick me up, which I took. When I arrived at the airport, a driver was waiting for me inside. Upon arriving at the hotel, a staff member greeted me by name as I got out of the car (the driver called ahead to let them know I was arriving) and escorted me directly to my room. There was no waiting in line at a registration desk. There were other small touches too, such as printing my boarding pass upon departure (though this is admittedly somewhat standard now) and offering me a bottle of water as I got into a taxi. My schedule didn't allow me time to visit the bar, and I'm kicking myself right now for not checking it out. Next time!
Tourist AttractionSt James's Gate, Dublin 8, Ireland+353 1 408 4800
Michael Wyszomierski reviewed 3 years ago
- Learning how to pour a pint was fun and the view was nice at the top, but the exhibits themselves were certainly not worth the price of admission. It was about 80% video presentations. If I want to watch a video, I'll do it online for free. I expected to see more, even if it wasn't the actual brewery.
Airport2100 Airport Rd, Montrose, CO(970) 249-3203
Regional Airport1500 Last Dollar Rd, Telluride, CO(970) 728-8600
Michael Wyszomierski reviewed 3 months ago
- They have a really nice observation lounge upstairs with comfy furniture, free WiFi, and a great view. You can hear the boarding announcements up there. Don't feel like you need to sit on the plastic chairs downstairs! Everyone is friendly here, from the airline agents to the TSA officers. They also sell fun shirts in the general aviation office if you want a memento from your journey through TEX.
Hotel151 W 54th St, New York, NY(212) 307-5000
Michael Wyszomierski reviewed a year ago
Quality Very good Facilities Good Service Very good - The staff is friendly and helpful. The hassle-free (no password, etc.) free WiFi is a big plus, and the common areas are fancy and clean. The rooms are comfortable, but in the suite we stayed in the configuration was a bit odd. It feels like two separate rooms; it's not even easy to prop both doors open. The bathrooms are in need of renovation; in mine for example there was a finicky flickering light that was difficult to turn on, there's only a sliding door which makes it feel less private, and the fixtures look dated. I get the feeling that this was once an excellent place, but it's reaching the end of its cycle and needs to be renovated (beyond the free WiFi) for modern expectations.
Hotel111 E Cesar Chavez St, Austin, TX(512) 478-9611
Michael Wyszomierski reviewed 6 months ago
- Not a bad place, however the rates, which I assume must vary a lot, can make it not worth it. We paid $400/night for a King Suite (we were locked into this hotel as part of an event), and it definitely wasn't a $400 room in any city. That said, the service was friendly, the WiFi was good, and there was a view of the river.