Hotel Accommodations That Inspire
Although there are tons of ways to save money when traveling, trips can still be super expensive. And when looking to cut cost, the caliber of the hotel may be one of the first things to go. Who’s planning to spend that much time at the hotel anyway, right? But before you go off compromising the quality of your hotel accommodations to preserve cost, I’d like to tell you why the quality of your hotel should be one of the last things to cut.
A perfect example was my recent stay at the W Dallas Victory Hotel and Residences. Because my stay was absolutely everything, I decided my experience was worth sharing. So, what was so special about the W Dallas Victory? Well, a few things stood out, including the customer service, amenities, and the actual accommodations.
With a nice hotel, comes nice amenities, which might include a spa, bar, club, superior dining and more. You have so many options at your disposal, you don’t have to leave the hotel for entertainment if you don’t want to. In my opinion, hotels have some of the best restaurants. With my favorite meal being brunch (mainly because it’s breakfast with mimosas), I know I’m always in for a treat at a nice hotel.
Brunch at the W Dallas Victory’s Cook Hall restaurant was a-ma-zing! If you like mimosas, you’ll be in for a treat because they have specials on Saturday and Sunday (which could save you cash in the long run). In addition to the restaurant and bar, the W Dallas Victory has an infinity rooftop pool and a Bliss Spa onsite.
The title of this post is a little facetious as I’m by no means suggesting you blow your entire budget on hotel accommodations. I’m particular about thread count; I appreciate exceptional customer service; I like amenities; I want to stay in a prime location, and that usually comes with a price. So, if you are in a position to go with a higher rated hotel, you should go for it because it’s worth it and you’re worth it. Of course, this isn’t a one size fits all approach and no hotel is exactly alike. Additionally, there are lots of variables when determining why one hotel is better than the other, and some of it comes down to personal preference. But if you want superior customer service along with nice amenities and accommodations, make the hotel the absolute last sacrifice you make. Can you have a wonderful experience at a 2 or 3-star hotel? Of course you can. But if it comes down to a higher rated hotel and lower rated, my advice is to select the higher rated if you can.
Thank you, W Victory Hotel for providing me with inspiration to write this post, and thanks for truly understanding the meaning of customer service. And to my readers, if you’re ever in Dallas, the W Victory Hotel is the move.