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Newest reviews for Hampton Inn Clifton Park

  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    August 23, 2014

    Clean, comfortable, friendly staff.

    Elevator could have worked better. Thought the seasonal price was high.


  • Patricia
      United States of America
    August 3, 2014

    Everyone at the Hampton Inn was friendly and helpful! This just added to the enjoyment of our getaway.


  • John
      United States of America
    July 28, 2014

    Location, restaurants, shopping

    Not a bad thing to say


  • Edward
      United States of America
    July 27, 2014

    Free breakfast, wifi & parking with very nice staff.

    A little pricey for the location & amenities.


  • Rebecca
      United States of America
    July 22, 2014

    clean, friendly, very nice


  • Ghassem
      United States of America
    May 19, 2014

    Easy access location&cleaniness



  • Wayne
      United States of America
    May 6, 2014

    friendly staff


  • Wesley
      United States of America
    March 29, 2014

    Room was excellent- clean, location good for me as I am somewhat handicapped. Bathroom spacious and well equipped. Staff were friendly and helpful. Double fireplace in lobby and breakfast room was very nice. Love the touches with pottery, art work, plants, and arrangement of tables of different heights around the spacious room- a great job of decorating! There were many breakfast items available and different choices each day. Yogurt good item to offer. Fresh fruit, coffee available all the time nice touch. Pool and hot tub area very nice. an inviting area. Our first stay at a Hampton Inn and we loved it! Our daughter booked this room for us as we were here for two days for a family member's funeral. Wesley and Anita Masten, Hague, NY

    Unable to access Turner Classic Movies on TV. Had a little trouble getting online with my computer. Regarding the bedding, The blanket/quilt/duvet was too heavy a covering Would have liked a lighter weight type blanket..


  • Paul
      United States of America
    February 4, 2014

    Entire stay was excellent.



  • John
      United States of America
    August 9, 2013

    Nice clean room. Hot tub. Quiet. Good vending. Free coffee. Refrigerator.

    Thin small bath towels and pool towels. Weak Shower head. No bar/ beer wine available. Small ice bucket. Should have a putting green.


  • Charles
      United States of America
    July 3, 2013

    It was the closest available hotel to where I wanted to be (Saratoga Springs for the jazz festival). The bed was pretty comfortable. The TV had enough free channels. The bathroom was well furnished and had enough counter space. The electrical outlets were plentiful. The WiFi worked well.

    Only complaint: signs loudly said all linens were changed every day, but they weren't. But why should they be? It was an anonymous hotel in an anonymous town somewhere undeterminable in America. It was quite OK, if you were looking for a non-experience. Hotels without a bar or restaurant are fundamentally weird, though increasingly ubiquitous. The breakfast buffet was OK, by current standards: it satisfied the check-list: some kind of egg/protein (the usual inedible steam-tray scrambled), some kind of yogurt (mostly sugar), some kind of carbohydrate (no bagels).


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