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Provided almost $5,000 in payment to a Hilton Hotel brand hotel for a dozen employees for their weekend business stay. Hilton management indicated that I would be rewarded with almost 200,000 Hilton Honors points. When I called to question their tardiness to post the points after payment, Hilton Honors customer care associates kept me on hold for one-half hour without an apology and filed some bogus complaint without a sufficient resolution. Next time I will take my patronage to the Marriott and suggest you do the same. Shame on Hilton Hotel chain. This happened recently in September 2018 in New Jersey and I am a long time Diamond Honors Member. So, imagine how Hilton treats customers who are not Honors Members. SHAME!
So my daughter used my card (without my approval) and booked a room with Hilton (we are big fans of Hilton and their hotels). Little did my daughter know she prepaid for the reservation so I saw it in my statement, hopeful of Hilton’s customer service I called and got transferred 3 times. Finally at the “right place” I explain the situation only to be told like a child that a refund is not possible and nothing NOTHING could be done. After all my times staying at Hilton I have not been disappointed like this. If I could rate lower I would.
We stayed Hilton Garden Inn Oldsmar, Florida. I left 2 pair of shoes at the hotel. When I called the hotel they had found them. I requested they ship them to my house. I was pleasantly surprised when I received them the very next day. How wonderful... Hilton Hotel’s customers service. Then my husband found that Hilton had charged us $135 to cover the FedEx bill. We didn’t request the shoes to be shipped overnight. We contacted Hilton Customers service online on 8/17. We received the reply email almost immediately telling us someone would contact us within 3 days. We still haven’t heard from them. We are very disappointed Hilton Customer Service.
I made my reservation four and a half months in advance at Hilton St. Louis Airport 10330 Natural Bridge Rd. St. Louis, Mo. and to say I was disappointed would truly be a understatement. Check in time was 3pm. We arrived at 4:30pm. Upon check in at 4:30pm I was told my room was not ready yet because it was still being cleaned. I said "okay." He asked my phone number "so he could text me when my room was ready." He said he would tell them to "Put a rush on it." We waited in the lobby from 4:30pm until 5:19pm for the text to check into our room. At 5:20 I approached a manager and explained my situation, who then directed me to the front desk manager who was standing nearby. I explained my situation to him and he went to the computer to check and after I gave him my name he said "your room is ready."
I asked him "why I hadn't gotten a text letting me know that it was ready. They had my cell number... so why hadn't I been notified." His reply was "I don't know... Maybe it just opened up a few minutes ago or just now." I then stated I felt that I needed some sort of compensation for this inconvenience. With my reservation being made four and a half months in advance, It seems that if I would have been there at the 3pm check in time the room most certainly wouldn't have been ready then if it wasn't ready at 4:30pm. He offered me free parking for the duration of our stay there. Myself and my travel companions knew it should have been more than that but I just said okay. I asked the front desk manager to give me a business card with his name and the free parking written on it so when I came to check out if anyone didn't want to believe me I could have them call him for verification. His reply was "I wouldn't lie to you."
I told him things often don't get written down correctly or conveyed correctly that's why I wanted it written down in case someone did not understand when I get ready to check out. He then said "Okay." We got up to our room and the first thing we find are 2 bottle caps in the floor right at the edge of the bed cover. Then as I sat on the foot of one of the beds and saw something on the floor under the table where the TV is sitting and I saw something flipped over back against the wall. I crawled under the table to look and see what it was. It was what looked like a old modem. That was full of dust and almost looked like it had cobwebs on it. Thank goodness I had my camera with me. I flipped it over and took pictures of it.
I received a text message later from the hotel asking "how was everything with my room?" I text back about the dusty thing under the tv table and not feeling the free parking was enough compensation for the room not being ready when we arrived. But I didn't want to make a scene so I accepted the free parking and let it go. But now I've found a dusty thing under the tv table so if the room was late because it was being cleaned... what was being cleaned? I was told that they would "send someone up to clean the dust that I found" then offered "vouchers for appetizers since I felt that the free parking was not enough." I didn't even respond to this last text. I'm not getting ready to go back and forth with this man when he knows what he should do... He's just NOT going to do it. I'm DONE talking to him. PERIOD.
Later Friday evening I was in the room and again happened to look around the room and noticed so much dust under the table between the 2 beds that the carpet looked almost white. I then noticed the table that sits in front of the window with the ice tray on it is full of dust, not just in the crevices but all over. I'm photographing everything I see because again... I'm trying to figure out "what were they cleaning?" When we were showering we noticed grime on the bathroom floor. My friend got down with a wet wipe and wiped it up by hand. Myself and my companions went out Saturday for a few hours and when we returned our beds were made, we had fresh new towels and the middle of the floor was vacuumed... Right around the dusty modem, the bottle caps AND the dust under the tv table, the table with the ice tray and the middle nightstand have not been touched. They were just as dusty as they were Friday when we arrived.
A Lady from housekeeping came to our room Saturday afternoon asking any problems with our room, we showed her everything. She said she was going to tell the person that she answers to who is over all housekeeping and I told her he was quite welcome to come see for himself. He called Sunday morning and asked if he could come up to see the room. After taking a tour of the room and I allowed him to see the pictures he said he was very sorry this happened, asked me to send him the photos so he could use them in his training for his employees and he said "he wanted to make this right and was going to pay for our entire stay. Nothing was going to be billed to me.
For the money you're paying for this room this is totally unbelievable, unacceptable. If you want to stay over that's fine. I'll take care of your bill." We told him that would be fine. But staying over was not something that we wanted to do. We would certainly be out before the 12 noon check out time. And we would NOT want to stay at another Hilton Establishment if we could at all help it. It would for sure be our LAST option for lodging. The gentleman that came to our room also sent someone up to help us with our luggage when we got ready to check out. And to top everything off the door at the entrance to the room was not fitting correctly. It was not a good experience at all.
I don't usually write many reviews, but I wanted to take a minute to thank one of the mangers for his help. Giuseppe **, I recently stayed at Double Tree By Hilton Venice North on September 4, and had booked the wrong room and needed another room. He was gracious enough to fix my problem. I would have rebooked but it was past the cut off time. I have stayed a few times at this property, they have always had great staff and the restaurant is excellent. I would suggest this property to anyone interested in seeing more of this part of Italy than just the island of Venice. Easy to get Padua and other destinations. Thanks for a great stay.
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Hilton's Embassy Suites hotel in Tempe Arizona knowing put us in a room that had black mold (there had been a very poor attempt to paint over it). When we made the booking through their loyalty program, we stressed several times that we were in Phoenix as both my son & I had medical appointments with specialists the next day. After dealing with their executive escalation department we were promised in both email and phone calls that we would get a FULL refund for our stay. That was on July 10th and to date (September 4th) they have only issued a partial refund. Unfortunately, other properties we have stayed in have proven that the Hilton standard has sunk to levels where the safety and well-being of their customers is irrelevant. Another hotel in the Scottsdale area had a broken elevator they allowed people to use and broken air conditioning units in over 100 degree temperatures and there were other issues as well.
GENERAL MANAGER ADVISED ME TO FIND ANOTHER HOTEL - Myself and my staff have been loyal customers of Hilton for over 17 years, after 2 poor experiences at HILTON SYON PARK this is what the general manager had to say: "Saira, I did mention during our call that as we have failed to meet your expectations now on two occasions this year it would probably be best to review other options available as I understand that all our guests have choice and that alternative hotels may meet your expectations for the future.
Should you wish to stay with us again at Syon Park then I am happy to make the arrangements personally in the future and have the heating/air conditioning checked by an engineer and the comfort of the mattress assessed in a particular room for you, please advise me when you make your future reservation and I will be able to follow up on these matters to ensure they are without fault. Once again I am sorry that we have not met your expectations on this occasion."
Receiving 5 phone calls a day offering Hilton Hotel packages. Option to be placed on a do not call list does not work. Calls keep coming. Pressed 1 to ask to be removed and the telemarketer was rude when I asked to be placed on the do not call list. When I asked for a supervisor he said, "Absolutely" and hung up. Will not stay at a Hilton and share this story with everyone I travel with.
I was extremely disappointed upon check-in to find out that there is separate parking fees of $70 per 24 hrs. I should have been notified of this information by the hotel as they had my reservation through Priceline. That is no little money. Plus, there was an add'l $25 per day service charge. The Hilton should have informed me of this so that I could have made an informed decision as to whether I would have stayed there. I had other options that I would have considered. Although I booked through Priceline, the Hilton is still responsible for providing this information to me directly to ensure that is something I wanted to agree to. In addition to that, we had our refrigerator replaced twice and it ruined my food that I spent a lot of money for. I am not happy about this. I used to think better of the Hilton as I used to work for them years ago. I am out roughly $400 additional from this trip. I will warn others to be careful when dealing with the Hilton. #hiddenfees
My daughter and her friends were overcharged for their stay in Glendale CA for about $300. They were young and did not know to ask for their money back. I have been trying to get their money back for 2 months. They need me to send a ridiculous amount of documentation to prove they were overcharged. Wouldn't the hotel, especially one this big, just want to return their money without such detail? NO! I am not so sure I will ever use this chain again. I have heard this is a problem with many sites!
If you do NOT appreciate a dirty hotel, elevator, bathroom, bedroom, or dirty cups, glasses and plates in the restaurant (or a staff that cares one wit about the problems), then I would tell you to stay away from the DoubleTree by Hilton in the Wilmington, DE Financial District. I had a horrific stay there in July and after complaining and indicating that I wanted to check out immediately I was told that I would have to pay for the remainder of my stay if I checked out. Not cool! When you ask to speak to a manager and there is not one available, it also tells a very sad story. After being promised that a hotel manager would contact me, I waited five full days after checkout and finally had to contact her via email.
I was given a sad song about how "little" unforeseeable problems arise and I was told I would receive 25,000 points for my troubles (barely enough to stay in another fleabag property 1 night) but, if I was to be in the area again, I could receive a complimentary stay. Really?!?! These were not little problems or issues. I sent her (and have included in this post) photos of everything I had a problem with and no, they were not "little" problems that arose, they are indicative of an even greater issue with this property which needs to be closed for a total rehab! I am a Hilton Gold Member and did not get to this level by being a casual customer. I believe I deserve more than lip service or some nonchalant, boilerplate response. Do not make the mistake of staying at this property, please!
I had a terrible experience at Hampton Inn by Hilton Inn, Fort Lauderdale. They’ve accepted to storage some luggage while I was visiting other places in US and Mexico. They said that it would be safe to let them there. When I’ve checked in and get the luggage, I realize that some stuffs had been stolen. The hotel employees had stolen almost USD 2,000! I’ve called to 911, but the hotel didn’t assume anything and told me that it was not their responsibility! The general office was involved (Mr A J ** and Mr Samuel ** are aware), but what they said they aren’t responsible and what they could offer was one night 100% free! It’s unbelievable that Hilton was accomplice of this kind of employees and handle the situation this way. The minimum that they could do was refund all the losses.
Let me start by saying I am NEVER staying at a Hilton ever again and I am telling my friends, family and colleagues to stay away as well. I stayed at the Hilton Long Beach (Double Tree Hotel OC) and had a bad experience (sink not working, bad sewer smell in bathroom) and I called customer service to complain. They gave me $150.00 "gift card" that I can use on my next stay. I booked a room with Hilton a month later and when I made the reservation I mentioned to them that I had a gift card I wanted to use. They said that was perfectly ok. When I checked in again I told them I wanted to use the Gift Card and she said ok.
We check out and the next day I see my credit card was charged the full amount so I called them to notify them that they did not use the gift card and they said I had to use it at check out and they couldn't doing anything about it and to use it on my next stay. I was VERY irritated but because we had a $150 gift card I didn't want to go to waste we booked another room, at check out I MADE SURE they used the Gift Card and only put the remainder balance on my credit card. Two days later I see a charge for an additional $300. I log in to my Hilton Honors account and see a "Smoking Fee" of $300.00, there was NO smoking in our room. There's was some cigarettes left there but NOT smoked in the room. They assumed we smoked because of the cigarettes there. UNBELIEVABLE!
I would have given them no stars if I could. I had a pack of cigarettes in the rent a car, that I throw in the trash. They ASSUMED I was smoking in the room and charged me 600. UNBELIEVABLE, bad service. Beware of services. I had to fight for my AAA discount when I first checked in. Customer Service is terrible and I WOULDN'T RECOMMEND TO ANYONE.
As I write this review I am in my bed at room 206, at Hampton Inn, in New York City, 54 Watts Street. It is 1 am in the Monday morning. I have been here for two nights and have not been able to sleep because the room gets an intermittent constant vibration that spread through the bed from the electric/machines next to my room. I have spoken with front desk, they have acknowledged the noise but will not do anything. I have been a Hilton Honors member since 2001 and I can explain why the hotel would assign a room with this problem to a member of the Loyal Clients. Furthermore, the carpet is all wet and has been wet for the two day we have been here so mold must be present everywhere. Chatted with Hilton Honors and nothing was done. In other words suck it up. Tomorrow I am heading to another Hilton for work and I wonder what will I find.
We used the Hilton Waikoloa's pool and slide while vacationing at the HGV Kingsland. The property was really overwhelming and quite huge. They had a train and boat to get around since it was so big. Our girls loved the slide at the pool and also swimming with the dolphins. The lagoon kiosk rented some snorkels which was very easy since there were no waves inside the lagoon. Lots of turtles there! Food was the only downside as it is very expensive. But I guess it was expected since it is Hawaii. We would love to return once they have the Oceans Tower timeshares built for the HGV Club. Especially with the ocean views!
HORRIBLE HILTON - Sold my prepaid advanced purchased reserved room on my wife & son. I reserved a hotel room at this Embassy Suites by Hilton at Logan Airport for July 11th for one night, 1 month in advance and prepaid the room for my son and wife to stay. I called the hotel directly on July 11th and spoke to the front desk to verify my wife was all set, I also informed them that my wife's flight would be getting in after 1:00 am in the morning. I had them note the account of the late arrival and they verified my room was prepaid. Did I mention I prepaid the room a month in advance? My wife and son arrived at the Embassy Suites at 1:30 am and they were told that their room was sold & the hotel was sold out. Do not ever stay at this location. Total disrespect for paying Hilton Honors member & consumer.
I stayed two times at Hilton properties in Spokane and New York. My experience was abysmal. As a Gold member I was used to some privileges which Hilton acknowledged not providing. Repeatedly. However, their canned response was, "It's a local issue." Furthermore, I have received no compensation in spite of complaining to the local in person during the stay and checkout and national numbers. It’s amazingly frustrating. Ran into an Italian customer who felt the same at the NYC property anyway.
I received a weekend certificate through Macquarie Bank credit card promotion from Hilton Honors. It supposed to give me one free night accommodation in one of the Hilton properties. Make a booking through their website by online chatting to one of their reservation agent. I have told the agent that I want to use the certificate and the agent told me it wasn't a problem. He also told me that all I need to do is to show the certificate when I check in. So I thought everything was fine. On the day I check in, I told the lady at the check in that I want to use the certificate and the lady told me that the booking wasn't made using certificate. She was quite good though and try to help by calling Hilton Honors directly and spoke to them. But at the end I still have to pay for the room.
I contacted Hilton Honors directly. They are avoiding the issue and will not answer my issue at all. Macquarie bank in which I open credit card account with and spend a minimum amount to get this promotion can't help. They said it isn't them but Hilton Honors problem. Not sure why Macquarie Bank wants to be associated with Hilton Honors but I guess they are just chasing for profit so who care if one customer stuffed around.
Stayed at a Hilton for a month and STILL do not have enough for a free night! This is so ridiculous! Have tried to use my points several times and have been told I do not have enough points (for a Like and kind) motel room FOR 1 NIGHT worth of points! I WILL NEVER choose to stay at a Hilton long term again!
I have been a Hilton rewards member for almost two decades and have stayed in their branded hotels dozens of time. I had planned to visit Niagara Falls and called the hotel to check room availability and price. I also inquired about using points that I had accumulated in booking the room. I was told that the rooms were available but that in order to use points I needed to contact the Hilton Rewards line.
I called the representative at the Hilton Rewards line and told him what I wanted to do - book a falls view room and use points to do so. I was very clear both before making the reservation and after that I wanted a falls view room. I was told that I could use my points and was quoted a rate. I requested and was sent a confirmation of the reservation. When I received the confirmation I saw that instead of being booked into a falls view room I was instead booked into a city view room.
I called the hotel to confirm that it was a city view rather than a falls view room. She confirmed that there were falls view rooms available but said that the hotel could not change this since I had made the reservation through the Hilton Rewards line using my points. I was directed to call the Hilton Rewards line to make the change. When I called the Hilton Rewards line I was told that there was nothing they could do to change the reservation to reflect what I had originally been told. I asked to talk to a supervisor and was directed to Evelyn. She also told me that there was nothing they would do to correct their error. My only choice was to cancel the reservation and pay the full price of the room.
This level of service shows a disregard for Hilton customers and particularly those who have been long time customers. I will be visiting Niagara Falls but will be staying at a competitor. I will also tell the competitor why I have chosen to stay with them rather than Hilton and will also be advising my friends, many of whom travel a great deal why I have made this decision. There are many choices when selecting a hotel and the fact that Hilton is unwilling to honor what they tell their customers is something that anyone making a decision where to stay should consider.
I'd like to start by saying, how disappointing!! My husband & I booked our family's vacation well over a month ago. We have our time scheduled off work for the week we "RESERVED" & our kids are so excited about their trip to Florida to see their Grandma & cousins!! Well, this morning I downloaded the Hilton Honors APP only to see that somehow my family's vacation has been CANCELED!!! I call customer service immediately to figure out How? Why? How could this happen with something we planned, reserved, and already told our children about?!?! The women on the line basically said there was nothing she could do because they were fully booked and somehow our cancelation was done over the web. Over the web?!?! We reserved a suite due to an extended stay with 2 kids, where am I possibly going to be able to rebook our vacation when EVERYWHERE that offers a suite is SOLD OUT?!?!
I didn't cancel, my husband didn't cancel and my kids are too young to know how to cancel... so long story short, my family's reservation somehow has been canceled and I find out through the app?!?! This is extremely disappointing and very frustrating! How could something like this happen?!?! I may never use Hilton again and may have to reschedule our summer vacation for next year!! How am I supposed to tell my kids and my family in Florida that we may not be making the trip?
I scheduled a reservation 4 months in advance to stay at the Hampton Inn in Greenville, SC and I give my credit card information while making the reservation. On the day of check-in, I was called at 2:00 pm an hour before check-in at 3:00 pm and told that a credit card was needed to secure my room and that they were booked for the night and if I was not there at 3:00 pm that I would not have a room. I have never had anything like this happen to me before and I vacation regularly. Hilton properties only care about money not customer service.
I expressed my problem to several individuals working the front desk and was told that it was Hilton policy to call and antagonize their guests before check-in. I also requested that I have a king suite with balcony overlooking the Reedy River. I was told when I arrived to check-in that it was only a king suite over looking the river. I insisted that I booked a king suite with balcony overlooking the river. I ended up in a king suite with the balcony but not overlooking the river. Hilton sucks and I will never spend another dime in or on one of their properties and I would advise you not to as well. I hope that every member of the Hilton family slips on a banana peel and busts their ** because they will have earned it. #NeverHiltonAgain.
I became very ill and was unable to make a business trip to the DC/Metro area. Hilton was unwilling to refund my stay, even after escalating the issue to the general manager and to Hilton Honors. I am a loyal Hilton Honors member and typically book Hilton properties for business and personal travel. I have even stayed at this property about once a month for the last two years. This is the last time. I am appalled by the lack of empathy, customer service, and overall care for customers that Hilton has represented throughout this dispute. They will not refund me because "the hotel was overbooked" which was a complete lie since my colleague stayed at the property that night and confirmed that the hotel was "dead." Stay at the Marriott.
Hilton hotel in Indianapolis In, 120 Market St (Queen Deluxe Suite) - Paid $300 a night, no microwave, fridge and tub was the worst I've ever seen in a hotel in both rooms they gave me. The suite at the Holiday Inn is much better for $125 a night with a jet tub. This was my first and last time I will stay here.
Homewood Suites, 5485 Financial Plaza, Shreveport, LA property has severely bad customer service and compassion for Loyal Hilton Honor Gold & Platinum members. Yesterday, I had a reservation for this property, unfortunately I had a family medical emergency at home in which I had to drive back home (5 hrs). I was already in Shreveport so I reached out to the property and explain my situation to the General Manager, **.
** refused to cancel my reservation without a penalty. She said that she could not help me regardless of my Hilton Honor status. I begged her for help because I cannot afford to pay a one night penalty plus tax when I didn't stay there. Don't ever book a reservation for this property. This property ownership/manager have ZERO compassion and no customer service loyalty. I still can't believe that this happen to me after being a 20 year Loyal Hilton Honors Gold member. ** - You should not be a general manager and you should be ashamed of your behavior.
I stayed at the Hilton Tapatio Cliffs resort with my wife and 3 kids on Friday the 4th 2018 to the 6th in Phoenix, AZ. We had so many issues with the resort. The first day we were there the carpet was wet due to an employee turned off the mini refrigerator, the faucet to the bathtub was broken and taking a shower was unpleasant. The mini fridge is stocked with food and drinks it's a hassle to take out over 30 items just to put in our food and drinks. The biggest problem we had was the kid's bed had bed bugs and they both got multiple bites. I took pictures of everything. I do not recommend staying at this resort. It was a horrible and disgusting experience. I will never stay at this resort! Management is aware of the situation and will conduct a full investigation.
I stayed at a Hilton property about six months ago impromptu, and it was great. Two weeks ago, I tried to make a reservation for a conference, recently moved to a Hilton Hotel and the entire reservation experience was horrible. I did not remember my Hilton Honors number from six months ago, so spoke with an agent. They said that I wasn't in their system and instead that I sign up for a new account.
Then it took three calls. First to their national reservations number... You need to speak to someone at the desk at that specific hotel. Second call, "That's not in our system: Can you call back tomorrow?" Called back, went through the spiel - they found the group, but would not give me the group rate - and hung up on me (without merit, the call was totally polite). Called national reservations at this point, explaining - please fix this situation. That agent didn't fix it, saying I need to contact the external conference host, but apologized, "As an apology for the overall inconvenience, we would like to make it up to you"... Turned me over to their internal Vegas-Orlando Vacation agent. At this point, I've lost an hour of time on the phone, still don't have my reservation and have been played.
So, then I call the conference host, explaining what has transpired and I am ready to withdraw from the conference altogether and will consult with my colleague before committing to withdraw. Fortunately, the conference host has his act in a pile. Ironically, had a cancellation and is making it all good. However, more than 24-hours later, there is still no confirmation from Hilton... And there is supposed to be. What exactly is Hilton's problem?
We checked in at the Hilton Niagara Falls where we valet our car! The next day when we got our car to go sightseeing we noticed the loonies we cashed $29 and my sunglasses were missing! We on the spot did a complaint and report and were assured they would take care of this! Well they didn’t. The General Manager PAUL ** who is unprofessional did not contact me till today 3 day after we checked out and said it wasn’t the hotel's responsibility and nothing he can do and to read the back of my stub. Well I did and it states that negligence on their part is not accepted! The hotel did nothing but lie and steal! As a travel agent I will advise other travel agency not to book Hilton but other chains like Marriott and Sheraton! Hilton hotels are very unprofessional, liars and thieves plus the hotels are dirty.... Don’t book Hilton.
Fess Parker by Hilton bad customer service all around - First issue was at check in when my information did not show up in the system. Simple enough error but the way it was handled and the lack of quality treatment had me feeling like I was trying to check in to a seedy motel and not a big name hotel. After that was resolved, my business partner was given vouchers for food for the same reservation which was not given on mine. I paid $60 out of pocket for cold, rubber like scrambled eggs for me and my wife until my business partner asked why I didn't use the food vouchers (the ones that were not given to me). I went to the front desk who asked a lot of questions and took a copy of the receipt to try to refund me. I had to ask for the vouchers for the next day, which they then gave to me.
The next morning I checked in to make sure that the refund had been handled and they asked me all of the questions from the previous night again and then said I needed to take the receipt that I had given them the night before to the manager of the restaurant and that she had been notified of the situation. I went to that manager who said she knew nothing about it, so I re-explained and answered all of the questions again and she said that she would take care of it. I then asked about using our vouchers for breakfast and she said that we didn't need them and instead, they give me a token.
After eating, I receive a bill for the difference in what the token covers and what we ate. My business partner and his wife had no charge for the same meal, so I asked if I did something different. The answer was that they used vouchers and I was using a token. I held up the vouchers that I was told not to use and then told that since I had those that there would not be a charge.
At this point, I'm feeling frustrated at how many things that I'm being told incorrectly on and the burden being put on me, so I ask to talk with the main manager of the hotel, who it turns out was the person who I couldn't check in with on day 1. I'm given explanations of why vouchers were given to my business partner and not me because they checked in before I did. I originally tried to check in 6 hours before my business partner and then once all was resolved on the registration, I still checked in 3 hours prior to the other's arrival, so that explanation didn't fit. She asked me what I wanted and I said that I wasn't looking for money but for them to better treat their guests. I won't stay at another Hilton Hotel.
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Hilton opened its first hotel in 1919, and it has become a highly recognized name in the hospitality industry. Hilton Hotels & Resorts is Hilton Worldwide’s flagship brand. The Hilton Hotels and Resorts brand alone has more than 500 hotels on six continents.
Award winning: The World Travel Awards named Hilton Hotels & Resorts North America's Leading Hotel Brand in 2015. The same year, Hilton Worldwide was named a Top-50 Green Brand by Forbes and a Top Green Company by Newsweek.
Spa: Hilton Worldwide created the eforea spa with global travelers’ high standards in mind. The spa provides guests with experiences to encourage balance and wellness. Select Hilton Hotels and Resorts, DoubleTree Hotels and Embassy Suites have eforea, and sample menus can be found on Hilton’s website.
Twitter: Hilton has an active Twitter feed, and @HiltonSuggests tweets recommendations for travelers. All recommendations come from employees’ personal experience with local businesses and attractions.
Rewards: Hilton HHonors, the free Hilton Worldwide rewards program, lets guest use points for free nights. It also includes other perks, including access to free standard Wi-Fi and the option to check-in from Hilton’s smartphone app. With the app, guests can even select their own room.
Community involvement: Hilton Worldwide is committed to corporate responsibility. In 2015, Hilton employees volunteered a total of 213,000 hours in their local communities. Hilton has also partnered with PointWorthy so Hilton HHonors members can convert their unused points into a cash donation to the organization of their choice.
Best for: Hilton Hotels & Resorts is good for solo travelers, couples, business travelers, retirees and anyone who is looking for a full service upscale hotel.
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