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The lobby. Spending the night in Warwick at NYLO. Got dessert at the hotel restaurant..a "sweet and salty" It's French fries covered in caramel with ice cream, fudge and chocolate covered bacon. The bacon was a little undercooked and fatty which wasn't appetizing when covered in chocolate. Not for the unadventurous for sure, the menu was pretty good with some thoughtful touches, the staff very accommodating. The atmosphere a little too dimly lit for my taste, and the drinks a bit overpriced, but worth it for the experience. The decor is modern/industrial but falls a little short in some of the cheaper fixtures that just don't go, i.e. faux coral chandeliers and bar stools that look like leftovers from an American Legion. They could have done better in that regard. I'm thinking I won't waste my money next time my husband and I plan a night away. The sheets and towels are rough, the bed so-so. The pillows are abnormally small (think slightly larger than an airline pillow). Paint was chipping in the shower and the bathroom itself reminded me more of a murder room out of SAW than a luxury hotel. The shower, while large, with a rainfall shower head with great pressure, went from arctic cold to scalding with very little wiggle room in between. Again, the modern fixtures and furniture aren't much better than ikea quality and the aesthetics are nice from a distance but not for what we paid to stay. The lobby was fun with retro books and suspended egg chairs. Also the hotel itself is unusually cold and I am always hot so that's saying a lot. Bummer.
I loved the rooms.
Location. Only. Enormous Power Outage. Since it was an unforeseeable weather catastrophe, depleting power to the majority of city, the hotel can not be blamed for this. But...what they can be blamed for, having NO emergency lights, a violation of state law, in hallways that actually functioned when power went out. Enormous safety and fire hazard. Not to mention, NO A/C, NO Hot water, NO clean water. Nothing. Brown, dirty water came out of faucet. What's worse is that we were forced to check out, as the 99% of the hotel guests did, and they pretended like they were doing us a favor by allowing us to check out without a penalty, but still charging us for the first check-in date, despite 5+ hours of no electricity, no safety, no A/C, no clean-warm water. We asked if they wanted us to be a future, loyal customer to NYLO, they refused to say, and said they were still charging us for 1st nights stay despite half the day with no power, no reimbursement, no warm water, no clean water, using flashlights to move out our luggage and having to carry luggage down flights of stairs as no elevators had power, despite a physical disability. We would never suggest or even think of staying at another NYLO chain with the lack of any compassion toward customer's satisfaction. Spent the next 8 hours in search of a new hotel. What a terrific stay, NOT. Good luck with future guests.
The entire place was very clean and smelled clean. The staff was friendly. The decor at the hotel was very interesting and different from any other hotel. The beds were very comfortable. The back of the hotel was pretty facilities get the river and at night the lights added a nice affect. The hotel was centrally located in RI and made it easy to get places. I was disappointed with the restaurant. There was not a lot of diversity on the menu and the prices were expensive. Also there was a wedding there on evening and it closed off the restaurant/ bar inside and outside to the guests staying at the hotel.
The loft concept is unique and captivating first impression. The bathroom shower was not clean, dirt and grime were caked into the shower curtain. The walls and corners of the shower were dirty as well. Air in the room felt to congested, concrete floors were nice for the industrial feel but not comfortable to walk on. Apart from cleanliness of bathroom and the delay for drinks to arrive at our table for dinner, the hotel was worth the stay
I enjoyed the style and atmosphere of the hotel. We arrived close to 2am, and were greeted with a warm welcome and assisted with any needs we had, in a timely manner, by Julie who was doing everything herself - and beyond excellent job at that. The bar staff was friendly, made us feel at home. Arriving in the middle of the night, Julie was alone at the front desk, as well as providing us with any needs we had, such as, bringing us more pillows. As a female, I do not think it is safe for a female to be at a facility on her own. Also, the following morning we were never greeted or welcomed by the front desk employees. They were talking with one another instead of acknowledging their staff.
The bathroom wall is translucent and doesn't go completely up to the ceiling. If one goes to the batroom at night the light shining through and over the wall disturbs the partner. Also, the wall having a space at the top allows bathroom sounds and aromas to enter the rest of the room. If one prefers privacy, this is not the place.
Everything was good - nice rooms - nice bar - lovely view - nice staff
I loved everything about this hotel. Couldn't have asked for a better experience.
close to airport No in room refrigerator or dresser, no continental breakfast
Not much. Decor interesting Location not great. Rooms not comfortable, very little space to put clothing, poor lighting. Restaurant food not very good, wait very long.
Lobby coffee Smell of cigarette smoke everywhere Unsteady elevator Dirty parking lot Carpet stains Bubbling counter top
Hotel smelled of stale smoke in hallways and inside room. Was offered to change rooms to only have the other room smell just as bad.
The staff was helpful and accommodating in trying to fix all problems. The hot water did not work in my first room and the room itself was freezing. When I changed rooms, the toilet seat was broken, and I was woken up by an arguing family across the hallway. All aspects of my stay were uncomfortable.
Clean rooms and helpful staff
The room was spacious and the staff was always friendly. I never expect too much from continental breakfasts, but this one was pretty pitiful. It consisted of coffee, hot chocolate, tea, oatmeal, granola bars, and fruit. Additionally the beds were fine, but a little firm for my taste.