Hotel Review: Sheraton Airport Tempe, 25 March 2016

Sheraton Airport Tempe

Sheraton Airport Tempe was a category 2 SPG property when we first booked it, and costs 3000 points, because it was a weekend when we stayed. They offer a complimentary airport shuttle from Phoenix International Airport, and the property is in the process of being upgraded.

Location:

It’s a short drive (~10 min) from Phoenix International Airport, and located near the restaurants/services near Arizona State University. Those are about 10 mins drive away, and if you are there for Spring Training, it’s really close the Los Angeles Angels training complex – Diablo Stadium.

Check In/Check Out:

Painless and quick. I showed my SPG business card, and was granted lounge access. We were given an updated room.

Room:

It’s an average-sized room with a balcony. Our room overlooked the parking lot, so not much to see there. The room is updated, meaning there’s new wallpaper. They do have a decent-sized fridge, where we stored our beverages.

The bathroom is updated, but on the small-to-average side of things. It has a tub with a shower head.

Sheraton Airport Tempe

Club Lounge:

The evening hors d’oeuvres was pretty decent. I have a thing for potstickers, so whenever that is offered, I do tend to be happy. They have a self-serve fridge with soft drinks and water, but no coffee machine. It’s pretty small, with room for about six tables. We didn’t eat breakfast because we couldn’t wake up in time for it.

Parking/Wifi:

Parking is complimentary. Wifi is also complimentary, but very spotty. I was doing my annual fantasy baseball draft, and it crapped out in the middle of the draft. I ended up with Ryan Braun. I let out a scream when the wifi died on me. True story.

Overall:

It’s a pretty nice property with a pool. The club lounge is also pretty decent. I don’t feel a compulsion to return, but I also don’t have any negative feelings about it.

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