If you’re looking for a hotel in Salisbury, look no further than Residence Inn Salisbury.
Close to Wicomico County Youth & Civic Center (4.6 km), a popular Salisbury landmark, Residence Inn Salisbury is a great destination for tourists.
Residence Inn Salisbury Hotel is a hotel offering a flat screen TV, a kitchenette, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and express check-in and check-out. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and free breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Salisbury. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Salisbury be sure to experience nearby Mediterranean restaurants such as Cactus Taverna or Riverwalk Cafe.
Best of all, Residence Inn Salisbury makes it easy to experience many great Salisbury attractions like Poplar Hill Mansion and Pemberton Historical Park, which are some popular historic sites.
The staff at Residence Inn Salisbury looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Room is in need of a refresh and showing wear. Pull out couch had used toiletries and chicken pieces in it. Staff was great but how do you not check the mattress ? Location is good. Amenities are severely restricted b/c of Covid.
We stayed at this hotel using points as a quick stop on the way from NY to OBX to break up the trip.. Had two rooms in our name, and another family reserved a room here as well. When we arrived, it was 83 in our room, and others in our party had a similar experience. We understand that rooms are kept without heating / cooling until check in, so it wasn't a big deal, we went to dinner across the street after dropping our bags off to our room, and turning the cooling up. About an hour and a half later we returned to our room and the controller for the cooling was off and it was very hot in the room, called the front desk and they said they would be right up. While we were waiting, my wife noticed the trash in the bathroom was never emptied from the prior guest. Had to call again 15 minutes later as nobody came up, but he arrived about 10 minutes after that. He tried resetting the breaker, but the lights in the room flickered and it tripped again. He had no luck getting it working. He tried opening the locked service door to the HVAC, but oddly it was unlocked, and due to the permanent wooden box they use as a window box on top of the drapes, the door was unable to be opened more than a foot because the top of the door hit that box. Not only is that a clear code violation, but it also begs the question when the last time they even changed the filter on that unit. He then left saying he had to call maintenance. I looked inside the closet where the HVAC unit was and it was completely covered in dust or soot that obviously collected over the years. We waited a while, and the breaker was attempted to be reset again, but this time, there was a horrible noise, and then a smell in the room almost like exhaust, so I evacuated my family and went down to the front desk again with the person that came up. There was a single person onsite at the hotel handling EVERYTHING. He was the front desk clerk, and was also the one running around helping guests with issues. He was on the phone with maintenance and I heard many times him answering the supposed question that the person on the other side was asking about my status. He proceeded to tell the person I was an ambassador elite, and when I overheard that, I was extremely annoyed what the heck my status would have to do with an obvious mechanical issue in my room. They said they didn't have any other rooms, and were going to move us to a Courtyard down the road, but eventually he found a Studio to put us in, and at that point, we just badly needed to sleep as we were getting up very early to hit the road the next day. I get the impression that they are pinching pennies at the expense of their guests. The cleanliness of the room we stayed in was highly questionable, along with trash left from a prior guest in times when cleaning is very important. It is extremely unlikely that maintenance was not aware of the issue in our two bedroom suite (room 331, I believe, unless I'm confusing the studio they moved us into (313)). When the clerk checked the closet containing the cooling unit, it was already unlocked, and the door could not be opened because of obstructions. As mentioned, this is not only a code violation, but shows it is unlikely that routine maintenance is performed. We were moved from a two bedroom to a studio, which was annoying, as we booked at the residence Inn for a separate bedroom. They did end up refunding the points for one of the rooms we stayed in, but this was hardly an ideal way to start off our vacation, especially when it's caused by neglect by the hotel. Status should not dictate the experience either, but I would like to mention that I do have a lot of experience staying in Residence Inn's and other Marriott properties, and this was is at the bottom of the list.…
I stayed at the hotel for one week. The general impression is that the hotel staff completely ignored the guests. One example - breakfast counters are located next to the reception, but only water and burritos for breakfast. Although the list includes: juice, yoghurts, muffins and more. Breakfast from 7 to 10 am, but for several days at different times the racks remained empty. Terrible service. I will not stay at this hotel again and would not recommend it to anyone.
Business travel is just returning for some of us and I thought that the hotels are now cleaning the rooms more thoroughly. Room 303 was an awful experience. Black stains on the wall, shelves falling off the wall, trash under the end table in the living room. The upholstery had obvious stains, never sat in then. Only used the office chair after I wiped the lint and paper pieces off it. Kitchen cabinet handles had something sticky on most of them. Tub was stained and it looks like the cleaning staff tried to clean it but just spread it around even more, or scrubbed the top surface of the tub away. Toilet paper had no roller in the holder, just a roll sitting on top the toilet tank. The wash clothes were obviously dingy, but do have 1 that was white. Why doesn't the management do more room audits to check the room condition. With the current restrictions on the occupancy you would think that the room you get is one of their better ones. If room 303 is one of their average or better than average rooms, then I would hate to see what they think an in acceptable room woul be. They also clustered the guests together, instead of spreading the guests out. There were a lot of empty rooms on the 3rd floor but you would also see 4 occupied rooms together, 2 side by side and across the hall door to door. I will not return to this hotel in the future. What an awful experience. Take my advice and choice somewhere else to stay.…
Moved to this hotel at 11:45 pm on a Friday night because our previous hotel had insects in our bed. The gentleman at the front desk could not have made our check in any easier and was so accommodating. The room was clean, big and had disinfecting wipes close to every surface. Definitely slept like a log after and unsettling experience at a less then nice hotel.