Is there a list somewhere that shows hotels (in USA) that have a concierge level and lounge?
Hey csinglton! This is a great question. I'm doing some digging into this and will provide any information I can get my hands on!
Great question. Hopefully, @lindsah will get the answer!
And is it possible that they have a concierge level but not a concierge lounge? I know some of the latter have gone away.
huh? Where has a CL gone away in a full service Marriott other than Ashville NC? and that place should be downgraded to courtyard?
and those that are closed on weekend vs those that stay open or offer breakfast vouchers (or do they all if it is closed?) oh, I think I found a list
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Unfortunately, we do not offer a list of hotel's that shows which hotel offers a concierge level and lounge. Most of our full service hotels offer a concierge level and lounge.
I try to call the hotel and ask if they have a CL. I usually don't stay at a hotel that lacks a CL is an alternate is available nearby!
The CL is one of (if not the best) main reasons that I value Platinum status. A breakfast alternative is nice but the CL is preferred.
Totally agree. The CL is a real differentiator. Highly convenient. Don't know whether Marriott recognizes how much this impacts our decisions.
While having the CL breakfast primarily is what I enjoy, there are some locations that simply scream to get out and enjoy some of the local area breakfast spots in towns like San Francisco, Seattle, Portland and NYC to name a few. Sure we will go to the CL for a glass of juice and piece of fruit then shortly after find the breakfast joint we want to enjoy that morning.
Along with a decent gym, a concierge lounge with after dinner sweets and free drinks is a major part of me deciding what hotel to stay at.
I Don't see free drinks very often in US in fact can't remember last one I was in that had free drinks
Portland Sable Oaks gives one free drink, or at least they did a few years ago!
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