Courtyard Tuscaloosa, 4115 Courtney Dr, Tuscaloosa
Bobby Rayborn Arrived late 7-7-2013, requested pricing and availability for king versus queen, desk clerk repeated pricing, which was the same for either, as if to say evidently you can't afford to stay here. I took the king-duh, she gave me the keys with no instruction as to location of the elevator. Then when asking about breakfast the next morning, she let me know that there was no amenities, you gotta pay. Room was nice but nothing exceptional and over priced I think. I won't be staying there again. Really nice IHOP for breakfast near by though.
Wink Crittenden The rooms were very nice, and the service was friendly. However, the bistro is a joke. It took them 25 minutes to warm up our $6 breakfast sandwiches which were obviously pre-frozen. We also bought an overpriced yogurt parfait which only had about half a cup of yogurt in it along with some very old strawberries. The acidity of the souring strawberries had curdled the top layer of yogurt making it very unappetizing. I would rather them just charge another $4 or $5 per room and do the normal continental breakfast thing. Let us heat up our own stale burritos.
Brian Veale The front desk staff was excellent, in particular Charity. Great location. The rooms were spotless. Very quiet. However, the Bistro service was not good, the food was not that great, a gentleman who worked the morning was very unpleasant. Good for the Starbucks coffee only. I would stay there again for sure and just avoid the Bistro. There are plenty of other options in the area to eat.
A Google User We have two kids under 2 so all four of us staying in one room is a bit trying, and with our 22 month old going to bed at 8, mom and I are left with few options. However at Courtyard by Marriott they have suites that have a living area seperated from the bed and bathroom area. This gave us the option of putting the kids down and then enjoying ourselves in a seperate room. Thanks, Marriott!