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Reviews of Hotels in South Holland

4.3/545 Reviews
Travel lodge Chicago This HAS to be the worst hotel/motel I’ve ever stayed in up to this point… As I pulled in I became worried about the quality of the hotel just by look at the outside of the building, but as seen from other places I’ve stayed, I shouldn’t judge a hotel just by the outside appearance… But in this case it proved to be correct. As I entered the hotel lobby inside there was a plexi glass screen covering the front desk, this glass looks to have been built into the foundation, meaning it was there pre-Covid. I asked the person at the front desk and it turns out it’s bulletproof glass which made me very nervous, so right off the start I didn’t feel all that safe. I was given a room key to one of the base level rooms, this made me slightly at ease as I could park directly outside my room so that way if someone tried to break in to the car I was driving I could hear the alarm go off. It only got worse as I entered my room. Floorboards have been lifted off the ground and I could see through to the foam padding beneath the floor boards, there was a fist sized hole in the wall and the immediate smell of smoke and body odor filled the room. I kept all of my belongings on a table or the sink top as I felt it was too dirty to leave them on the ground. Due to people smoking just outside my room, the air coming in from A/C unit only was part cold part smoky The entire state of the room just gave me a feeling of grossness and disgust. And it just became worse with the bathroom, it also smelled like body odor, and there wasn’t even so much a plastic dowel for the toilet paper to sit on, Just a 3/4 used roll of toilet paper sitting on the top of the toilet tank. in addition to that somebody left a little surprise for me in the toilet (there was pee left in the toilet). At the front desk I inquired where if I could drink the tapwater, usually I will get an “ I believe so“ or “There are water bottles in the room” but not here... what I got was “ I have no idea but probably not, you can buy water if you want to have a drink”. I found it weird that they “believe” that was sink water is not safe to drink, yet they had cups next to the sink? They did suggest getting ice from the machine and letting it melt if I didn’t feel like paying for water, but that would’ve been very time consuming. I feel like hotels/motels should be able to provide some free of charge water, if not from the tap then somewhere else on the property. The room description when I booked it said “mini-fridge” and “microwave” were available Which turned out to be completely false. There is a common use microwave next to the check in desk that people can use but especially now during Covid I felt it wasn’t the best idea to be using a microwave everybody has used. She informed me that the queen bed rooms don’t have microwaves and mini fridges and they don’t know how to change the description online, but the rooms with king beds did have them, so I did inqu
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5/531 Reviews
This Clarion was once one of my road favorites. Whenever I reserved a room online with Choice Rewards with special requests they were always honored, even if we arrived well after regular check in hours as we did this time around midnight. We were disappointed to see a new (to us) front desk agent, Shawn. My request was simply for a third floor room facing the front parking lot. Instead Shawn assigned a third floor room facing the rear. When my wife protested Shawn told her we arrived too late to honor a request for a particular view. His attitude was kind of surprising because I am a Choice Rewards Gold member but was not feeling special when he said that. I don't care if I arrived two hours before checkout, I believe that if a Choice Rewards hotel wants to keep loyal returning guests, its staff should do everything in their power to make sure special requests of Choice Reward members are honored. The hotel was full but not sold out. I don't understand why Shawn could not have reviewed all late check in reservations for Choice Reward members and set aside a room that fit ALL of my requests. This room was clean, comfortable and functional with many amenities and looked just like the hotel website pics, except the footstool had one big cigarette burn hole in it. I complained about the burn hole at check out because I did not want to be blamed -- after all this is a 100% nonsmoking hotel. The female front desk agent assured me there was nothing to worry about so I didn't. Wasn't feeling welcome so when I learned I had to extend my stay in Chicago, we moved to another Choice hotel where I was welcomed as a returning Choice Rewards whose last minute special requests were ALL happily honored. As you can see from this post I am a pretty spoiled hotel guest so for now I will withhold judgment as to whether or not I will return to this Clarion during future road trips, but I would still recommend it to others if Shawn is not on duty.
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Guide to South Holland Parking Hotels

Book your hotel on Trip.com for an amazing travel experience. If you want to stay at the best hotel in South Holland, Trip.com is here to help! South Holland is a quiet city. You'll definitely feel relaxed during your visit. South Holland is not a big city. When traveling here, you can choose to stay in hotels around the city center.

There is no civilian airport in this city. You can visit a nearby city first, and then head to South Holland using other means of transportation. It's easy to travel by bus in South Holland. There are buses to surrounding cities available every day.

South Holland is not a tourist city, so the hospitality industry there isn't very well-developed. Many hotels can only be booked on location. The local average price is 61 USD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 1 three-star hotels in South Holland at an average price of 79 USD per night. Hotels in South Holland offer great value for your money, so a high accommodation budget isn't necessary. In South Holland, chain hotels such as Travelodge are one of the top choices among travelers. In South Holland, there are hotels under the Travelodge brand. Travelers who favor this brand can choose to stay there to enjoy the luxury services provided by Travelodge. Econo Lodge is one of the most popular hotels in South Holland. If you're still unsure, Trip.com recommends Clarion Inn South Holland.

Average seasonal Temperature

• Spring: 33.33°F during the day, 25.32°F at night

• Summer: 64.76°F during the day, 54.93°F at night

• Autumn: 75.52°F during the day, 65.82°F at night

• Winter: 44.42°F during the day, 35.91°F at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 25.838581 cm

• Summer: 50.984253 cm

• Autumn: 49.342518 cm

• Winter: 38.385826 cm

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