Other than the convenience of being in close proximity to the ballpark. I don't have any positive things to say about this. The hallways smelled like beer and throw up, possible from the underage drinkers that we witnessed all night. When we walked in our room there was a really large wet spot that smelled really terrible, maybe someone was trying to clean up vomit. The fire alarm went off at about 10:30, and those of us that don't like to party with underage kids, did not appreciate. There was no fire, turns out the drunks may have accidentally fell into an alarm and used it to pull themselves up. The price of the room was not worth the convenience or the nuisance of all those prom goers. Not only could we hear people outside our doors and rooms next to us, the level we were on "5" we could hear the noise outside as well, which I understand could not be controlled. All in all this was a horrible experience at this hotel and never will recommend to anyone.
The elevators are absolutely awful. Be prepared to stop on every floor. We went to the rooftop bar (which has a ton of potential). Most of the seating was reserved for parties that never showed up. The bar staff was friendly when you could get them to put down their cell phones and actually wait on you. My girlfriend and I both had steak up on the rooftop bar. Service was lousy and the food was mediocre at best.
Nice pleasant enough stay and convenient that conference center is right in hotel. However, a few negatives: elevators took forever, they billed my room for a meal I didn't order and after they took it off my bill still charged my credit card and internet is expensive. Room could also do with some more electric outlets.
Hotel lobby is nice, came at 330 and was told check in was at 400 and I would get a call when my room was ready. I headed to the stadium to grab some food and returned at 500. I never got a call and when I returned they said the room was still not ready. It took another 30 minutes for the room to get ready after speaking to the front desk. There seemed to be no urgency to actually have my room ready despite it being an hour and a half after they said they would immediately have it ready. The room was small and the bathroom was not properly designed. As with other reviews the bathroom door didn't open all the way because it hit the toilet and there was no ventilation in the bathroom. The bed looked like it was very messily put together, not unmade, but I could put it together nicer in 1 minute. I definitely expected a lot more than this from a Hilton especially for the price. Elevators are small and are disgusting. At 1000 in the morning for check out the elevators smelled like urine and puke, bars I went to the night prior smelled more appealing. This hotel has a serious quality issue. I don't recommend you stay in it even just for one night. TLDR: Horrible quality from a big name brand. Many guests report rooms not being ready and in bad condition from room keeping. You deserve more for the price and name.
The Hilton system is the worst in America. The reservation individuals lost the original room reservation; the telemarketer could not speak English that was understandable when the problem was addressed over the phone; the hotel itself did not pick up the phone and the line was simply cut-off the first several times I called. The desk help at the hotel was awful. I had several concerns which could not be addressed because the Hilton employee hung-up after only a credit card verification was discussed. The "conference rate" was not provided and the charge was an additional $30 per night for the room. The real question is: "Why stay at Hilton?" The answer is: "You should not."