Hotels >Fairfield Inn By Marriott North Scottsdale
Dangerous place to stay.
I stayed at this hotel with my family- on the last night of our stay my 18 month old daughter found a pill underneath one of the bedskirts and put it in her mouth before we could stop her. She ingested some of the gel in the liquid cap, so we called a pharmasist. Because we could not identify the pill, they told us to go to an ER immediately, that the situation was potentially fatal. The front desk of the hotel gave us the wrong directions to a clinic that, when we finally got there, was closed. After an hour we finally reached the ER. We stayed the night for observation. We are grateful that my daughter is fine, although we'll never know what she found on the floor of that hotel.
After returning to the hotel, my husband found a handful of trash, old food, and screws on the floor of our room. It was disgusting. The room had obviously not been cleaned well, perhaps for awhile.
When we asked the hotel manager to comp the night we spent in the ER instead of in our room and to pay for our small hospital bill she refused and told us we were lying. We talked to as many people as we could in the Mariott company, and they all agreed with the manager.
This hotel was a dangerous place for my family, my two small children, to stay. The treatment we recieved from the hotel management was insulting. Don't stay at this hotel!!
Business travelers and families are treated to home-like accommodations at a moderate price..
Building on the Marriott family's hospitality trademark, Fairfield Inn properties boast clean, spacious rooms at a rate that won't strain the budget. Standard guest rooms have a well-lit work area, cable TV, iron and free local telephone calls. Suites include added luxuries like an entertainment center with large TV and stereo-CD system, mini-refrigerator and microwave oven. Free services include 24-hour coffee and tea, and a daily continental breakfast.
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