My stay was great! I believe people use trip advisor to bash a business falsely. I saw not one insect....no mold....I did hear people having fun but it was not...
My stay was great! I believe people use trip advisor to bash a business falsely. I saw not one insect....no mold....I did hear people having fun but it was not over the top....front desk was amazing! Thank you Savannah Conference Hotel! « less
“Worst Hotle Experience Ever!!!!”
May 1, 2013
Jada L, Virginia Beach, Virginia | Trip type: Couples
I wouldn't reccomend this hotle to my worst enemy. Arrived from a long drive from VA with my husband. Went to check in & the one clerk stated I would...
I wouldn't reccomend this hotle to my worst enemy. Arrived from a long drive from VA with my husband. Went to check in & the one clerk stated I would have to pay again, when I already did I went to the car to show my receipt. The lobby was noce. went to the room looked it over it smelled very bad with a mix of smoke, body odor, and spray. I was appalled to find a half dead roach on the desk beside the fridge. Called down to the front desk and told them how the room was, they pretending to be shicked/ I asked could I get some type of refund since I had only been in the room for five minutes. She claimed to call the "manager" to see what could be done. I waited for about twenty minutes no one called me back. My husband and I where really tired and frustrated that we would have to get a pitiful room like this. We called every hotel in a ten mile radius but they were all sold out and were stuck with this crappy hotel. Someone from mainenance came to spray the room and expected us to sleep ina room filled with roaches & now bug spray. One of the front desk agents a new girl was very helpful and felt sory for us put us in another room. We sucked it up to stay until the morning and I was disgusted to find a roach stuck in the mircowave and crawling on the iron board table after we ironed our clothes. I have goose bumps from thinking about this horrible experience. The Owner,Manager, and staff should be ashamed at offering rooms of this sort to customers. This is the worst hotel I have ever been to in my life. NEVER AGAIN « less
The room -
I wasn't expecting much since I only paid $36 a night. It was clean but very old.There was a little mold around our ac unit. It is...
The room - I wasn't expecting much since I only paid $36 a night. It was clean but very old.There was a little mold around our ac unit. It is not sound proof that's for sure but the other guests weren't rowdy so it wasn't a big issue. We did not have bugs thank god!
The hotel - It was easy to find and a quick 10 minutes from Savannah, which is why we were there. They told us they have breakfast but we never went down there so I can't say anything about that. We never felt unsafe in the area either. It's near other hotels and restaurants. Check in was fast because I booked already on hotels.com and they let us check in an hour early. « less
“I've lived through worse, but have never been as scared.”
I don't know what to say. First off, Hotels.com apparently tried to keep me out of here. It took a solid 30 minutes to get checked in due to Hotels.com...
I don't know what to say. First off, Hotels.com apparently tried to keep me out of here. It took a solid 30 minutes to get checked in due to Hotels.com not sending over the fax/forms/post card saying that I had booked two nights here. Sade at the front desk was very patient and helpful through this trying time in my life. Got that done, go to room, Wow.. This place is NASTY! It smelled worse than it looked, thank God. My lungs went into shut down mode almost immediately to prevent my inhaling mold spores the size of my face. Luckily it was a damp 88* in the room which is perfect for growing these giant Rhodesian mold spores. I tried to activate the AC system to cool them off so I could save the mold spores for a University Research laboratory, but as I turned it on I was met with sparks flying out of it and an evil hiss like a Puff Adder was inside it and about to come out. I evacuated the room immediately. Sade understood the problem. She though I was there filming with Steve Irwin so she put me in the room of death. Unfortunately, Steve is already dead, likely from staying in that room, or a sting ray. NEW ROOM!!!!! I lucked out on the new room (#177). It was mold spores the size of my big toes and they were much easier to choke down. Bring lots of water; these mold spores are kinda dry. They do look nice on a fresh salad though. Anyways, the reason I was so lucky to get this room is it's actually a famous movie set! Apparently hundreds of porn movies had been shot in this room. It was evident by the massive amount of lube and goo all over every surface in the room. I could just see Peter North throwing ropes of gel onto the pillow that I was about to lay my head. I was star struck to say the least! There wasn't too much biological matter left though, because my personal gang of cockroaches had been eating on the spunk since the last movie shoot, about 8 hours. I never got to learn all the names of the roaches because there were close to a million of them. Too hard to learn all of those names in two days. So after the first night I asked that the room be cleaned, easy task. That didn't happen. Didn't so much as make my bed! I think the only thing that did happen was they brought Lori Morgan in while I was out and filmed Spunk Fest 9. I swear there was more bio-matter there than when I left it. Good news is the lobby is clean. That's where I slept the second night. They say you eat 100 spiders in your lifetime while sleeping? Try eating 759 roaches in one night in your sleep. I was STUFFED when I woke up!! That is good though because the continental breakfast includes water and sugar. So you can make.. Sugar water! A favorite amongst intergalactic space creatures. Now that I think about it. This place was probably a secret holding cell for space travelers that are being run by the M.I.B. Well played Will Smith.... Well played. « less
“If you are a cockroach, welcome to Mecca”
Apr 15, 2013
Bob R, Lebanon, Tennessee, United States | Trip type: Friends getaway
Filthy. Trash bags littered the halls, the never-cleaned since 1975 beds and carpets had a white goo present in the 2 rooms we tried. Wall to wall filth. Floors, ceilings,...
Filthy. Trash bags littered the halls, the never-cleaned since 1975 beds and carpets had a white goo present in the 2 rooms we tried. Wall to wall filth. Floors, ceilings, doors. I think the soap was dirty. a/c not working. Cockroaches present. No maid service after requests made. No towels available! Said that they were out being cleaned. Why clean the towels? You don't clean anything else! Called front desk to ask for roach spray. Front desk didn't bat an eye and said, "yeah I think we have some". Great value for cockroaches. For humans, look elsewhere. « less
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Management response from JeQuavian Smith, General Manager
Thank You for choosing Savannah Conference Hotel. I am very shock with your review. This is my first time hearing of your complaints. Did you contact the front desk with your issues? Our rooms are inspected by three different managers before it is labeled as Guest Ready. I apologize for your stay not meeting your standards.
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Premium TV channels with HBO are offered for your entertainment. A coffee/tea maker, a microwave, and a refrigerator are provided. The private bathroom has a shower/tub combination, as well as complimentary toiletries and a hair dryer. A desk, complimentary newspapers, and a wake-up call service are among the conveniences offered.