General Meeting Room
The hotel has a very nice view facing the lake. The staff was friendly and accommodated me onto the top floor upon my request. The hotel is quiet and clean.The security has regular roundups which made me feel safe for my vehicle. I really like the security service of this hotel it was way beyond expectation and I really appreciate it. It appeared that they followed the covid protocol very diligently. I would have given them 5 star for a good complimentary breakfast.
Great staff. Always got smiles from cleaning staff in hallway. Mentioned a view issue and “Marian” at the front desk upgraded me to king suite. No questions. “Thanks Marian” Plus icing on the cake to meet the young man with downs employed at the hotel for four years, his excitement lights up the room.
Heard that these guys offered a deal to first responders. Got a great rate. Awesome area and to close to some awesome restaurants. Thanks Park Town. We will be back.
Awesome hotel with a classy look and modern equipment...nearby parks to relax... Enjoyed my stay very much
I had the pleasure of hosting a workshop at the Park Town Hotel and I was absolutely impressed by the level of service I received from everyone. It started with Barry Comber, who is the Sales Manager. From the first contact I had with the hotel, Barry made the entire experience of booking a conference (room, audio visual, catering) such an easy one. He was accommodating, friendly and flexible as some of my needs changed last minute. The room was set up as promised and everything went well. The staff who freshened up coffee and snacks during breaks were always on time and very pleasant to work with. Heather Currie, the Front Desk Manager is another reason I would definitely go back to this property. Heather is friendly, helpful and exudes 'welcome to our hotel' feeling when guests approach her. The only complaint I have is that the hotel room that I stayed in during my time there was extremely hot. No matter what the thermostat was set at, it didn't matter. The staff brought a fan in and the only way to be comfortable was to turn the heat completely off, wait for an hour until the room temperature dropped and turn in on again.