Love their staff, the hotel room. Overall is 5 stars. They are acturally doing the better job than 3.5 stars hotels.
We have stayed many hotels while we are waiting for our new home!
Hilton Garden Inn at Marlborough is only one hotel where we didn't find the mistake from the staff.
We don't look for the trouble. However, we have stayed at many hotels around here. It seemed their small thing could turn to be the guest trouble in the future.
We can tell you that you won't be disappointed with them and all the facilities during your stay.
Thank you very much for doing your best as a great teamwork!
Thank you to your awesome housekeeping team and the front desk staff, also your management as well.
See you soon! We will be back! :)
Situated in Marlborough, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Peter Rice Homestead, John Brown Bell, and Charmed. Ghiloni Park …More
The location was excellent for the activity planned in the area. We are older and we told a worker at the hotel we did not have heat. He stated the front desk controlled the heat. We asked the front desk about the heat and they said the unit near he window was were the heat came from. We tried to put it on and it did not work we were tired and did not go back down to the front desk. We were disappointed in the comfort of the room.
Situated in Marlborough, this hotel is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Peter Rice Homestead and within 3 mi (5 km) of New England Sports …More
Perfect hotel for our players to stay at while attending a hockey tournament across the street. Pool, basketball court, putting green, and gym kept players and parents occupied, and the central location provided us with other options during the day and evening.
Traveller from Maine
Situated in Marlborough, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from New England Sports Center and within 3 mi (5 km) of Solomon Pond …More
Marlborough, located less than 20 miles east of Worcester, is home to Longfellow's Wayside Inn, the oldest operating inn in the United States. John Brown's bell, the bell from the firehouse where John Brown battled for the emancipation of slaves prior to the Civil War, hangs in a downtown tower. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound at nearby Lake Williams and the Fort Meadow Reservoir.