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My husband and I stayed at this hotel for two nights while in Jacksonville for a wedding. We were traveling without the kids. The staff was great the entire stay. Everyone was kind and welcoming. This modern loft style hotel is well built, and we...More
Love the little shop in the lobby always had what I needed. I had forgotten a few items and they had what I needed. The rooms where quite spacious for a business trip. Staff was helpful when needed. I would choose Aloft again.
In consideration of those who don't want to read full review, i will start by telling you that this ALOFT (and the one by the airport) is very clean, the rooms don't have "bed spreads" they have a thin type comforter and therefore ALL the...More
While we enjoyed our stay, there are a few items which if I were the Guest Service Manager I would address immediately. I am unsure as to the last renovation or how old the hotel is but it is paramount for SPG and more importantly...More
I like the new formats (Marriott Courtyard, Springill, etc) with a Bar for the evening and breakfast in the morning. That’s great for a business traveler. But the common area at this hotel was unbearable Tuesday night. Entertainment (a pretty good talent with guitar and...More
Response from Scott W, General Manager at Aloft Jacksonville Tapestry ParkResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time share your experience. I certainly understand that the Aloft hotel doesn't fit everyone's need; the Courtyard and Springhill Suites are both terrific products. Thank you for the kind words about our entertainment Tuesday night. Aloft is a music and...More
I had breakfast at the Aloft both days I was there. It's worth the $15 as I think I spent about that. You can order eggs made the way you want, get juice, coffee, baked goods. It's part buffet and part "to-order." Real eggs... More
I had breakfast at the Aloft both days I was there. It's worth the $15 as I think I spent about that. You can order eggs made the way you want, get juice, coffee, baked goods. It's part buffet and part "to-order." Real eggs, not powdered, which is worth it. Lots of healthy options too. Fresh fruit.