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When I called ahead to see if the hostel could make sure my room had a surprise for my husband's birthday, I was pleasantly surprised by an update to a fabulous room and a wonderful food plate and welcome note. The staff is very friendly...More
We had a lovely stay....clean rooms, very friendly customer service. Kid friendly. Nice pool, waterslide, hot tub, games room & gym. No continental breakfast but great location. Adjoining rooms were so convenient. Would definitely stay again with our kids.
Hotel and location were fine for
Most part. Parts of the room were not cleaned thoroughly. Also made a couple short phone calls to nearby restaurants for dinner plans on room phone and was charged $7. Sad they gouge people like that.
Response from Christopher M, Manager at Delta Hotels by Marriott BeausejourResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for staying with us recently and for sharing this feedback which we use when reviewing operational processes and when looking for ways to improve the guest experience.
We hope you visit us again soon for a better experience.
It was a pleasure to visit the hotel with really warm customer service. It was my second stay and like the first it was pleasant experience. The central location makes it really convenient to visit some of the best restaurants in town and also close...More
My family spent 4 nights at the Delta Beausejour over Christmas. All of the staff from the front desk, to the restaurant where we ate breakfast, to the housekeeping staff were all very friendly and helpful. Our entire family, including those who live in Moncton,...More
You can see the tidal bore in Moncton. It goes through every day. The time does change though each day. If you google the Rodd Hotel in Moncton, there is a park attached to the hotel where most tourists go to watch the tidal... More
You can see the tidal bore in Moncton. It goes through every day. The time does change though each day. If you google the Rodd Hotel in Moncton, there is a park attached to the hotel where most tourists go to watch the tidal bore. There is a clock there that posts the time it comes through each day.