Ranking U.S. Hotel Brands

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  1. The hotel I work at, used to be a Marriott which was converted to DoubleTree 2 months ago. DT is known for buying old hotels and slapping their logo on it. I remember staying at a DoubleTree in Des Moines which you can obviously tell it used to be a Wingate by Wyndham.

  2. You lost me at Westin in S tier. As an airline pilot, I stay in lots of hotels and I’ve been in many Westins. They’re mediocre hotels. I put them below the Hyatt Regencys and Intercontinentals of the world. I don’t see how you can compare Westin hotels to the likes of Ritz-Carleton and Waldorf Astoria. Consistently one of my least favorite hotel brands we stay at.

  3. The Hampton Inn in Hendersonville is insanely nice. Has a nice office with a computer and the room is very nice and slightly mountain-y because it’s in a mountain town. Definitely an A for that specific one. Breakfast is also amazing.

  4. The thing I don't like about Days Inn is that they're starting to employ check in kiosks that aren't even self check in. You have to talk to somebody in a call center to check in while there's somebody right there at the counter.

  5. I’m not sure how I feel about the Drury take despite never staying there. Literally every rating for all Drury hotel locations on Google have at least a 4.5 star rating. May not be the fanciest hotel in the world. But, it definitely doesn’t look like a F tier rating. Overall though, good video with interesting takes!

  6. Ok so fun suggestion, Ethan. This ranking order is overall correct for hotels East of the Mississippi.
    The Categories B and below become completely different when you go West.
    For example, Best Western jumps to a straight B. Why? Because they are Best….in the West! It’s what they do!

    Same for Quality Inn, Drury, Comfort etc…they all get Bs and Cs. Give it a try, and have your mind blown.

  7. I love a Holiday Inn Express. Very clean. Not a single smell. White cotton bedsheets. It seems to be like a hypoallergenic hotel. Marriott had down feathers in its comforters . Holiday Inn Express is like a hotel for people with allergies.

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