The Westin Annapolis
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When you stay at The Westin Annapolis in Annapolis, you’ll be in the historical district and minutes from Maryland Hall for Creative Arts and Ballet Theater of Maryland. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium and St. John’s College.
Make yourself at home in one of the 225 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Your room comes with a pillowtop bed. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature rainfall showerheads and designer toiletries.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. If you’re looking for recreational opportunities, you’ll find a health club and an indoor pool. Additional features at this Beaux Arts hotel include wireless Internet access (surcharge), gift shops/newsstands, and a hair salon.
Food & Drink
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel’s restaurant, which features a bar. Dining is also available at a coffee shop/café. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. Breakfast is available for a fee.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, express check-in, and express check-out. Planning an event in Annapolis? This hotel has facilities measuring 13000 square feet (1208 square meters), including a meeting room. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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We have stayed at The Westin Annapolis a few times and keep going back for more. The hotel is clean, rooms are very good, and the valet service is pretty quick and convenient. We are always greeted with a smile, especially at their restaurant.
The restaurant service is great and attentive. Ceci has served us a couple times and I was pleasantly surprised when she remembered me. My husband's guest status includes an occasional complimentary breakfast for two, plus a smoothie.
My palate is pleased each time I dine in their restaurant. The breakfast dishes are excellent, always fresh, hot, and delicious. The smoothies are my favorite, deceivingly healthy. At one point they changed their policy (to not include a smoothie), but Ceci took the time to speak with her manager and later included a smoothie with my husband's guest status. Ceci is always great to greet us with a smile, and she is pleasant and professional. The Westin Annapolis listens to their guests - it's good to be heard. We always enjoy staying there and look forward to our next visit.
I stayed here for two nights for a wedding I was attending. conveniently located across the street from an italian restaurant, shops, a famous breakfast place. within walking distance to many fun activities in annapolis. beautiful room but as a helpful hint- most of their "king bed" rooms book quickly so you may get stuck with two twin beds. if you don't mind you'll enjoy your stay! they have a gym, a small pool, pretty lobby bar, valet parking for $28 a night and covered lot parking for $20 a night. you do have to pay for wifi :/
My room was quiet, the staff was helpful. We overlooked the cemetery, it was quite beautiful. This hotel is within walking distance to the water and to many great restaurants. The valet was quick and nice.
This is a huge convention type Westin hotel. Friendly they are not. I am a gold member and had to ask for my membership privileges. To the front desk staff must be a highly guarded secret because he hardly said anything about it. Ever since MARRIOTT took over Starwoods, the SPG has significantly gone downhill. The only redeeming factor was a had a good night sleep.
We had a disappointing 3- night stay at the Westin Annapolis for the following reasons:
1. Only one staff person at check-in at a predictably busy tome of day, resulting in having to wait in line behind six others. Large hotels normally are much better staffed at the front desk.
2. Only one bathrobe in a room for two people. I complained and received no apology, but was told, 'Oh, I'll let the housekeeper know'. I renewed the request at the end of day two, and received the same treatment, but the second bathrobe never arrived. This made the use of the swimming pool awkward. It also revealed a lack of staff training and courtesy in dealing with guests' complaints or requests.
3. On the second day of our stay, our bedroom was not cleaned, nor were the beds made even though I didn't display the 'do not disturb/ sign after 10 a.m. I complained; no apology, but 'Oh, I'll tell the housekeeper'.
4. When I asked the reception staff whether the wifi was free in the bedroom, I was told that i had to pay. I wasn't told that it was free in the lobby; I only learned that by observation. For a hotel that claims to be near the top of the range, charging for wifi is not acceptable. I stay in many hotels in Europe that are medium- or low-priced, and free wifi throughout the hotel is becoming standard practice.
5. The swimming pool itself is excellent but there is no changing cubicle there, so one has to go back to the bedroom with a swimsuit dripping all over the elevator. This is especially uncomfortable without a bathrobe (see above). There is also no clock on the wall of the swimming area, which is inconvenient if one needs to leave the pool at a certain time.
6. There was no information brochure in the bedroom giving details of, for example, where the pool is, what the check-out time is, how to book a taxi, how to work the heating system, etc. This should be standard provision.
7. There were two bottles of water in the room. One is free. The other costs $5 but you only know this if you read some small print under the bottle.
There is something badly wrong with the way this hotel is run. The management and staff don't seem to put themselves in the guests' shoes. We expected much better.