Hampton Inn And Suites Tampa-North Guest Reviews
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R Hemingway, Fort Pierce, visiting Busch Gardens Tampa Bay Thu, 31 July 2014
Whenever I can on a trip, I try to book a Hampton Hotel. The rooms are nice and clean, the staff always friendly and the breakfast is always better than the other hotels I have stayed at.
Anonymous Sun, 18 August 2019
Liked: Exceptionally clean, well-maintained hotel! Staff very welcoming. Room was large & very comfortable. Great breakfast service! We will return wherever we are in the Tampa area.
Kasey Wed, 14 August 2019
Liked: Location is great. Right off of 75 and in safe part of N. Tampa.
Disliked: Rooms seems a little dated compared to other Hilton properties.
Dwanna Sun, 11 August 2019
Anonymous Sun, 4 August 2019
Clare Sat, 3 August 2019
Maibelys Thu, 25 July 2019
Rock Mon, 22 July 2019
Great Hotel & Location, Fantastic...
Liked: Best free breakfast buffet by far of any hotel/motel chain I?ve ever stayed at in the U.S. Other hotel/motel chains serve up the cheapest crap that they can palm off on the guests, passing off greasy cardboard with some frosting smeared on it as ?pastries?. I do not return to those establishments. This Hampton Inn, however, was a pleasant and unexpected surprise. Pam and Eva run the breakfast operation and are treasures, taking real pride in their service. I noticed Pam mingling with and watching the guests, ensuring their satisfaction with her work. She initiated some small talk with me as I was going through the line, and when I mentioned I could not partake of the visually appealing western omelets due to their containing ham, she and Eva immediately whipped up a special order of scrambled eggs just for me! She offered; I didn?t ask.
This place has top shelf maid service. I cannot overemphasize that the backbone of the hotel/motel/hospitality industry are the MAIDS. Cleanliness, or the lack thereof, will make or break a hotel?s reputation. If a hotel cannot attract the best maids, that hotel?s reputation will suffer the consequences in this age of information. Word will get out quick that an establishment is dirty, and ?dirty? conjures odors and images of contaminated surfaces and even bedbugs in the minds of people.
All of the staff here were friendly, professional and accommodating. Just ask, and they?ll make it happen if they can, with a smile. They get highest marks.
Disliked: The only detractor was the hotel Spy-Fi, and I?m gonna beat this one to death. One expects certain basic amenities in this day and age, including free and secure internet service. However, Hilton/Hampton Inn upper management apparently feels it?s okay to leverage the guest to consent to being tracked with their ?Hilton Honors? program to get that ?free? internet access. Right there you establish an identity and associate your hardware for them (or maybe someone else with more nefarious intentions?) to track, and in their terms and conditions contract, they admit their intent to capture and use your personally identifying information. That?s not ?marketing?; that?s ?spying?. In my eyes, it?s akin to eavesdropping on someone else?s private telephone call or putting cameras or microphones in public restrooms. I object to being pressured to ?share? my personally identifying information just because I want or need to use the hotel?s wifi for basic modern communications. It is especially disconcerting while on the road traveling, when one already feels an elevated level of anxiety and vulnerability. Consequently I declined to use the Spy-fi and cut my stay short. I can't work and use the internet if I feel like my data is being intercepted by some ?man in the middle?. I realize that the perception en vogue by the patricians of large corporations is that the general public is composed of dimwitted sheeple who will sign away their lives to anything to get some immediate gratification ---but for crying out loud, we?re not all stupid. Now I know some clown is going to say, ?Dude, just pay for a VPN service?, but that?s not the point; I?m still being coerced into consenting to give up my data to unknown entities, presumably for marketing purposes. Just lock your network down with a password, give it to your guests, and then get your IT guy to change it change it every week or two. Respect peoples' privacy.
George Wed, 17 July 2019
Was okay but I wont...
Liked: Close to the office but glad we are moving
Disliked: The front desk staff have been unable to provide me with a simple itemized receipt for my stay, between Christine, Steve Patricia, Ashley and the manager Aaron, surely it cannot be that hard and i am being made to feel like its my fault. Poor Customer Service asking me to ring back if i don't get it?
Mellonese Sun, 14 July 2019
Overall it was an excellent...
Liked: The room was very nice and clean. I was very comfortable .
Disliked: Could of had some better pillows in the bed. They were a little flat.
Gustavo Fri, 12 July 2019
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