Marriott Grosvenor Square London
Executive suite review
The very first idea we had, when we got the idea to build Suite Life, was to travel around the world and review suites. Sounds fairly nice and easy, right? Little did we know, how much work actually goes into producing this kind of content.
We had an amazing trip, though it didn’t quite go as planned. Initially we had booked a room at Hyatt Regency – The Churchill, but due to miscommunications and a possible cancellation (due to an extremely busy schedule in December), we didn’t manage to get the requested upgrade to a Suite. And when we arrived, everything was fully booked, so we went to the executive lounge (which is super nice by the way), and had to think fast to come up with a solution. Though the room at Hyatt was really nice, our blog is called Suite Life – not Room Life 😂
Being a Platinum Premier Elite member at Marriott has it perks, and we found a nice Executive Suite at Marriott Grosvenor Square, that was available next day, so we booked it on the spot. Though the Sales & Marketing team was super helpful, there just wasn’t enough time to get the permissions from the Marriott HQ, in order to film inside the hotel. That meant we had to be more creative with the short time given.
how we rated
We have come up with our own unique Suite Life scorechart, which we will be using to review all of the hotels / suites in the future.
All elements are rated from 1-100 points. Please see the guideline below.
Most of us who are acquainted with reviewers using the 100 point scale, are used to seeing only scores in the 90’s range, but this will not be the case here. If something gets a 55 mark, it’s a good score (it’s actually self explanatory).
We use the following (simple) method to find the final Suite Life score for the suite / hotel.
Combine our scores
Divide by two
Add them all together, to achieve the final score.
We hope this makes sense 😊
Time to get the popcorns!
Thank you for reading / watching. Hope you liked it. If you have ideas for improvement, we would love to hear from you!
Wishing you all the best,
Elo & Per
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