The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection By Marriott

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Embark on a new type of travel experience with a stay at The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection, located just two blocks from world-class shopping and Spokane's popular theater district. Part of a collection of 4 unique hotels in downtown (The Historic Davenport Hotel, Davenport Lusso and Davenpo...

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Embark on a new type of travel experience with a stay at The Davenport Tower, Autograph Collection, located just two blocks from world-class shopping and Spokane's popular theater district. Part of a collection of 4 unique hotels in downtown (The Historic Davenport Hotel, Davenport Lusso and Davenport Grand), the LEED® gold-certified building is green in the truest sense while offering an undeniably red-hot vibe and surroundings. Dine on site at Safari Room Fresh Grill and Bar, open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and retreat to our mid-city spa, a serene oasis just across the street in...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Reviewed 10 november, 2021

The lobby is nice. The restaurant has good service and ok food but is overpriced. You have to park in a semi-protected parking structure across the street. (The downtown is sketchy, so I really don’t like that part.) While this is a Marriott, like other Davenports, you can’t get a mobile key on the app. Also, like the davenport across the street, the rooms don’t have a microwave or fridge. These hotels really need to reconsider that part. I will choose other hotels in the future just for that reason. Otherwise, the rooms are decent. Their beds and pillows are always really comfortable. The shower is big. However, I’ll include a photo of the phone in my room to this review. It’s disgusting. It has clearly not been cleaned in a very long time. There were a few other places in my room that felt that way — some stains on the drapes — crumbs on the bench — BLOOD on the bath robe. Umm… gross.

Ellmmo

Wonderful!

Reviewed 1 november, 2021

Stayed here with friends and family for my bachelorette party and it was perfect! Beautiful rooms and central to downtown. The beds were so comfortable, the best sleep I got in months. Wonderful experience and where I would recommend for out of town family to stay.

avewa

Front desk rude

Reviewed 23 october, 2021

Check in was very frustrating as girl that checked us in “Gabbie” was rud and disrespectful to me when she states there is a hold for 50 dollars but doesn’t explain full hold for 450.00 I question and rud snd snarky to me then as if she could switch us to a double queen room she gave us are keys but got sarcastic again when asked if we got a queen room or king as if I should have known.

elizabethwJ9291RV

Rude service and a miserable night’s stay

Reviewed 27 september, 2021

My husband brought me on his overnight work trip to Spokane so we could spend my birthday weekend together — and he purposefully booked this hotel because it’s marketed as among the nicest in town. What a sweet gesture, right? Unfortunately our stay was miserable. It began at check-in. The front desk clerk was rude and talked down to my husband like he was a child. He had prepaid online for valet parking, and when the clerk said that it wasn’t actually available, she blamed HIM for prepaying. I don’t subscribe to the belief that the customer is always right — but HOW is it possibly the customer’s fault for prepaying for a service that the hotel offers as available??? We ended up parking in the self-park garage across the street and finally thought to ask late that night if we could just park in the valet parking at the bottom that was going unused. The evening clerk told us every spot in the garage was fair game — as if it was an obvious fact every guest should know. That would have been nice for us (and all other guests) to know upon arrival. Meanwhile, the original check-in clerk said she “upgraded” us based on my husband’s Marriott rewards status - but if that’s the case, I’d hate to see a normal King room! The furniture was uncomfortable, and the pillows were so flat I could literally roll each one up like a T-shirt. The lotion and soap containers were almost empty, and the “headboard” was a giant glass mirror on the wall that we hit our heads on several times. I had a miserable night’s sleep, and by morning, we couldn’t wait to leave. (And when we checked out, the clerk - a different one - couldn’t even be bothered to ask how our stay was.) Furthermore, there’s no “marketplace” in the hotel like most Marriotts have for simple drinks and snacks. When I went looking for a soda, I found the vending machines are all outdated and only take cash — and when I went down to the lobby to ask where in the hotel I could buy a simple bottle of soda or water, the clerk referred me to the convenience store A BLOCK AWAY. That’s ridiculous for a hotel that touts itself as high-end. My final main complaint was with the decor — it’s so heavy on the “safari” theme that it goes way past anything that could be considered classy. We found it offensively stereotypical, gaudy, and tacky. Not of the caliber I or my husband would expect for a Marriott “Autograph Collection” hotel. Even my husband who stays at Marriotts all the time for business said it was one of his worst experiences. Do better, Marriott…

MrsKMC25

Tough weekend stay

Reviewed 6 september, 2021

The hotel was nice enough. Starbucks in the lobby and a fun server in the restaurant. The room was very expensive, apparently a busy weekend. Two weddings in the hotel didn't make life any easier. Hotel sold parking and then it was overfilled. No recourse. They blamed state rules on the lack of parking, but there must be a simple math formula to get around the issue. I don't like dealing with parking when I travel. I don't like leaving a nice car on the street. Management must not have given the front line workers any way to handle this. Polite but no help at all when I made it clear I'd like some. I got my parking fees back.

Randolph G