This Sheraton Four Points is always immaculate, but rooms may have a cracked tile or some less-than-perfect repair on some detail, never anything major. The night of The
Flying Dutchman, we got the best room we’ve ever had here. Our closet with mirrored doors was in a separate hallway with second sink and counter for coffee. With two large counters and sinks, we each had our own and didn’t have to crowd grooming supplies next to the coffeepot. The room also had a fridge and microwave. At checkout, we asked if we could have the same room again next time, but it was already booked--as a hospitality room, as it turned out. No, there was no room with fridge and microwave available for that night--company Christmas parties would have them all. When we arrived next stay, we had brought food anyway and were glad to find that a fridge and microwave had been moved from a hospitality room into ours. We thought this was extra-accommodating.
The dining room and lounge are small, cozy, and attractive. The dinner menu is not huge, but adequate. We like their four chicken dishes and the salmon Oscar and sometimes dine here even when we aren’t staying--or when we are snowed in and dining is the only entertainment! Service is always excellent on weekends, when I’ve never seen the dining room or lounge busy.
Last Friday night, we were stuck there in a snowstorm. We were afraid to attempt the roads to see Chatham Baroque in Sewickley. We were glad we had chosen this hotel so that we could at least spend some time in the lounge, a choice no other airport hotel in this price range offers. Next morning, electricity was off from 10am until checkout.
Oh, well, I didn’t really need that curling iron just to go to the museum!
A great number of guests at this hotel are US Airways employees, so it has their endorsement, too. I always find them really interesting to talk to about their company and their travels.
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