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This lovely hotel is situated in Huber Heights. null can make good use of the wireless internet connection available at the public areas of the null. As this null features 24-hour reception, guests are always welcome. SpringHill Suites Dayton Vandalia has functional business facilities, ideal for business travellers.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Pool and wellness facilitiesPoolIndoor pool
Reception servicesLuggage storage
Business Facilities / FacilitiesBusiness Center
Reviewed 5 october, 2021
This is not your typical Mariott Bonvoy hotel. The lobby is run down and dirty. The general areas are bashed up and dirty. The sheets are dirty and the bathroom is dirty. This is one dirrt place. This hotel is not for the business professional. The hotel is for college kids having parties in the rooms.
Very nice. And clean
Reviewed 15 september, 2021
New hotel. Staff not masked but very helpful, above and beyond, rooms are very nice and clean. Room 123 shower door leaked water out all over bathroom floor so that’s why I deducted a point. Will stay here again. Lots of restaurants in walking distance
Reviewed 10 march, 2021
We enjoyed multiple stays at this hotel on multiple visits Rooms are typical SpringHill layout and very comfortable. Very drafty at heater, you could feel cold air coming in underneath. Cold on that side of the bead. Breakfast is minimal, bagged lunch of a few items. Front desk is very friendly but not out front a lot. Pool is open on weekends. For a few dollars more I would recommend the Fairfield Inn behind this hotel. There are five Marriott properties next to each other. Fairfield Inn is the newest. Sam's club across the street. Many restaurants in area.
EXTREMELY PLEASANT STAY
Reviewed 10 october, 2020
Arrived to the hotel approximately midnight... The lobby door was locked, which is a good sign for the safety of the innkeeper inside. A simple call via the phone provided, the innkeeper opened the door and greeted us. She was very pleasant and welcoming. Another GOOD sign. The lobby was clean and orderly. The check in was simple. My wife wanted some tea to drink after our long drive. The innkeeper was more than happy to provide a quality tea and hot water for her. We went up to the room. The room was excellent. It was very clean. It had a huge flat screen, a desk for our laptop, a sofa for us to sit and relax, a coffee bar, microwave, and refrigerator. Everything we could use during our short stay. Leaving and returning, the staff was very attentive to say good morning, afternoon, etc. They went above and beyond to ensure our stay was notable. FANTASTIC place to stay while traveling through Dayton, OH.
Did not adhere to COVID restrictions
Reviewed 18 july, 2020
My son and I stayed here one night in July 2020 on our way home from a 2-week vacation. It is a very clean and well- maintained property, and the desk staff was pleasant and efficient. At this time, Dayton had a mandatory mask health order for hotels (and other businesses) due to a huge spike in cases. There was a sign on the hotel door stating “No mask, no service.” There was a large group there, apparently for a baseball tournament as many kids were there in uniform. In the evening, the group congregated in the lobby and foyer and not one of them had a mask on. We’re talking at least 30 people if not more. In addition, the kids were running and screaming up and down the halls and in the elevators until 10:30 or 11:00 while their parents drank in the lobby. The front desk clerk was nowhere to be found for almost the entire evening. I hope, for her sake, she was hiding in the back to stay away from germs, but she was unavailable to assist other guests without calling on the phone to say you were at the desk. I did not complain to the clerk as I feel that if anything was said to the group that I may have been harassed by the group as my son and I were the only people in sight wearing masks and it would have been obvious who complained. I do feel, however, that the hotel staff should have insisted the group wear masks without someone complaining about it and if they did not then put on masks, to call authorities. There is an $85 file for individuals not wearing masks in public in Dayton. I understand that businesses are in a difficult position to enforce these orders, but follow through with what you promise...no mask, no service...to protect all guests from those who do not care to think about their fellow man. It was exceedingly frustrating and worrying that the hotel did nothing to enforce the mask mandate.