Candlewood Suites DFW South

4200 Reggis Dr, Fort Worth, Texas, 76155, United States

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Candlewood Suites DFW South
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    Upon arrival they did not have my reservation, their computer system was down and I had issues getting a room that I had already paid for (even with a copy of my invoice). The room was clean, however they did not provide you with clean linens and towels each night, you had to take them to the front desk to exchange them for more and then you had to make your own bed. I asked the front desk for another coffee filter since, I had used the only one the hotel gave me on the first night and they charged me $.50. Since when does it cost to get more coffee, especially when you are staying for more than one night. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone unless you only want somewhere to sleep and nothing more. Don't expect anything nice to occur here or for a employee to go the extra mile, because this is not the hotel that will do it. Upon checkout the system was still down, the receptionsist said she would email me my statement and two days later I have yet to receive a copy of my invoice. I will not be staying at a candlewood again. I could have stayed at Motel 6 or 8 for half the price. Not only would they of had free coffee and fresh linens for multiple nights; but they will also leave the lights on for me. :)

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Traveller checks

by serg_juv


Are traveller checks widely accepted in Texas?. I am from Spain and I am sure that traveller checks are not used here at all.


Re: Traveller checks

by JKD

Traveler checks are accepted in most states as long as they are AMEX checks. As in Europe, the most widely accepted methods to obtain cash and pay for goods and services are ATM and credit cards.

Re: Traveller checks

by delcity

many hotels and rental car companiies and other bussiness will not except them. and i am not sure that money exchange places will either. most banks will exchange them. but most banks are closed on the week end. many hotels will give you cash and charge it to your hotel bill as a tour or something like that if you have a credit card.. do not have to pay atm fee that way.

Re: Traveller checks

by darthmilmo

Basically it depends on the establishment... large companies, hotels, and restaurant chains will probably accept them. However, the smaller companies will shy away from them and out-of-town checks. As someone mentioned, you can cash them at a bank, or an American Express affiliate.... i'd stick with ATM's and leave those for emergencies.


PS: let me know when you'll come to Texas... i'm in San Antonio right now until March.

Re: Traveller checks

by mccalpin

We in Texas use (1) Visa and MasterCard (credit cards), (2) American Express (credit cards), (3) other credit cards (like DIners, etc.), and (4) cash.

I imagine that any exchange (cambio) will take traveler's checks as will many hotels that cater to international travelers. However, I imagine that many really local places will be doubtful of accepting them.

Do what the other Vters said: bring your credit card(s), ATM card, and some cash (as long as your cards are accepted here).

¡Buen viaje!


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by Yaqui

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Additions were made to the hotel and it was renamed the Pickwick. The hotel’s name changed to the Delaware in 1891. The Delaware was demolished in 1911, and the seven-story Westbrook Hotel opened on the site. In 1917, the Westbrook’s crowded lobby became the center of frenzied oil boom activity. A lobby sculpture was named the “golden goddess” because of the many oil deals made around her. The Westbrook was torn down in 1978 and the “golden goddess” now resides at the Petroleum Club at 7th and Main Streets.
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It's fun taking our visitors here because they always find something to take home. A nice perk to one's visit is that parking is free at Sundance Square on the weekends--so why not drop by! Western-inspired items moderately priced to pricier items


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Address: 4200 Reggis Dr, Fort Worth, Texas, 76155, United States