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All reviewsfront deskindoor poolone nightlower floorwithin walking distancedecent breakfastroom was cleantexas roadhousewafflessolar eclipserestaurants and shoppingstaff was friendlyplace to stayhotel is locatednice staylittle thingsthree nights
Clean and modern with full breakfast. Rooms have plenty of space. Hotel employees quite accommodating. Easy parking with variety of restaurants nearby. Senior rate didn’t offer much discount but tired driving and wanted a shower and good night’s sleep.
My colleagues and I travel a lot for business. Often times we don't really get to choose our lodging -- the main criterion is location. We have to stay where the client is. But, we often say to each other: as long as it's clean...More
Traveled home to visit my mother before going on vacation, first time staying at this location, property appears to be remodeled but never the less a nice decor, rooms are relaxing, the hotel is located right next to one of the best malls in Columbia,...More
I just want to thank the wonderful staff at this hotel when I visited on 9/8! Everyone was helpful, good place to have drinks and the food was good also! I will come back to stay when I visit again.
Check in was easy, the...More
Stayed three nights over the Great American Solar Eclipse weekend. Demand was high, so the first night was double the usual rate, then a sliding scale to normal rate on the third night. Place was nice with decent breakfast and a heated pool. Receptionist on...More
Response from Charlotte S | Property representative |
Thank you WKirk22 for your inquiry. Unfortunately the Fairfield Inn brand is not pet friendly. If you are seeking a pet friendly hotel within the Marriott portfolio you will want to book at a Residence Inn.
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"Rooms on south side is so calm , with lot of trees and nature"