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They stayed. Now they have their say.
“Clean, kind of small. No counter space for makeup, brush, curling iron etc. No kitchen supplies plates, spons, forks, pots/pans.” – Debbie Kiolbasa
“Location, access to many food sources, the service was excellent as was the cleanliness. Thank you.” – Jane Reece
“Upon arriving at the hotel we were excited to see such a nice looking facility. Our rooms were ready at 11:00 AM even though check-in wasn't until 4 PM. That is where the fun ended. When we arrived at our room(s) they were two separate units with an adjoining door. There was a small kitchenette that was bare. No glasses, cups, nothing. There was no coffee pot. The bathroom was the size of a small…” –
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Legacy Suites Casa Grande is set close to the desert attractions of Casa Grande, including the Promenade at Casa Grande.
Suites in the hotel have double or queen beds. Providing accessibility options for handicapped guests, some of the rooms have Braille or raised signage. Air conditioning is provided in all the 355 rooms but the windows may also be opened. Nice private balconies open to views of the desert. The kitchenettes are equipped with microwaves and refrigerators. Complimentary wired high speed internet access is provided in the rooms.
Guests of Legacy Suites Casa Grande are entitled to use the spa tub and outdoor swimming pool.Floors: 3, Hotel Rooms: 355
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They stayed. Now they have their say.
“ Clean, kind of small. No counter space for makeup, brush, curling iron etc. No kitchen supplies plates, spons, forks, pots/pans.”Posted by Debbie Kiolbasa
“Location, access to many food sources, the service was excellent as was the cleanliness. Thank you.”Posted by Jane Reece
“Upon arriving at the hotel we were excited to see such a nice looking facility. Our rooms were ready at 11:00 AM even though check-in wasn't until 4 PM. That is where the fun ended. When we arrived at our room(s) they were two separate units with an adjoining door. There was a small kitchenette that was bare. No glasses, cups, nothing. There was no coffee pot. The bathroom was the size of a small closet. No tub, no vanity for an overnight case and a sink the size of a dinner plate. The TV was a 19" retro 70's, the bed was as hard as a rock, and the bed pillows were the size of a postage stamp. I was given 2 new additional pillows when I requested them. When I inquired about the kitchenette I was told that the majority of the quests (tenants) are extended stay quests and that they are expected to bring their own supplies. I saw a coffee pot in the lobby and inquired what time coffee would be ready in the morning and was told "oh, early, usually by 8 or 8:30. We were checking out at 6 am which brings me to the next issue. The lobby is closed from 10 pm until 8 am. If you arrive late you need to find the security guard to let you in your room. If you are checking out early there is no one to accept your room keys. ”Posted by a guest
“The room was fair. The kitchenette was pathetic. No pan, dishes, glasses, coffee pot etc. The bathroom was a joke. No tub, no vanity. I had to put my over night case on the toilet. The bed was as hard as a rock and seemed like it was purchased from a Motel 6 back in the 70's. Same for the TV. No one in the office from 10 pm to 8 am so early checkout is a problem. Had to ask for extra pillows because the two postage stamp size ones we got were a joke. Would never stay here again. Mainstay Suites just down the street is a much better experience. Fully stocked kitchenette, free continental breakfast, office open 24/7. Groceries sold on site. Super comfortable beds with giant fluffy pillows. Legacy is an extended stay facility so there are people partying till all hours of the night. Not fun.”Posted by len
“IT was my first(3 nights total) of staying there. One of the nights I had locked myself out of the room. So I went to the front desk but the door were locked. There was a sign posted on the glass to call a number in case of emergencies. I did call several times, but no one answered. I had to check I to another motel. The next day I went back to the front desk ( thank goodness they were open). I had told the front desk woman what had happened. And she told me the number was for security. That they should had answer my calls.And should of came to unlock the room for me. I even called the number in front of her and they still didn't answer. We'll lady, THEY DIDN'T. So, here is what I don't get, why wasn't I informed if the front desk was going to be close after 10 PM or had a sign posted around the desk? Why is it that I had to find out the hard way. How much does the hotel paid for SECURITY, that didn't do their job? I was lucky that I had my wallet with me. If you say your hotel is a SMOKE FREE, then enforce it. Don't print what you don't mean! I ask for an iron twice.they said it was all loan out. Well, buy some more! There was hair in The shower from previous people and someone's sunglasses were left behind. The only reason I stayed there was because the price was reasonable.”Posted by John Delgado
1 queen This room measures 250 square feet (23 square meters). Complimentary wired Internet access keeps you connected, and the 19-inch TV offers HBO. The in-room...
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