If you stay with Marriott even occasionally, you probably already know that Marriott Bonvoy is a broken mess. And that’s embarrassing given that their merger integration happened nearly a year ago now.
For the final leg of our Gourmet Adventure Through Northern California, we spent some time in San Francisco. And, my hotel of choice for this segment of our trip was the JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square.
So, about those Marriott in-shower dispensers… I don’t think they’re being used quite the way we thought they would be. In fact, I don’t think those large bottles are reused at all.
The Marriott strike continues on in select markets, while it has ended in others. Plus, the former St. Regis Princeville’s future is beginning to take shape as Starwood Capital finally confirms certain details of their new Princeville resort.
The Laylow Waikiki opened last May, and since it was a hotel I was following closely, I ended up staying there soon after opening. But much can change in the first year of a hotel’s operations. As a result, I thought it prudent to do a The Laylow Waikiki – one year later review.
The Sheraton brand has been suffering from an identity crisis since before Marriott acquired Starwood. So, in an effort to more clearly define the brand, Marriott is overhauling Sheraton.