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Reach Out To Staybridge Suites Corporate Office – Review and Complaints 

Staybridge Suites corporate office is located in Atlanta, Georgia. Staybridge is part of the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), is a hotel chain known for its extended-stay lodging options with a presence in various locations across the United States, Staybridge Suites caters to both business and leisure travelers seeking comfortable and homelike accommodations. This post provides comprehensive details about Staybridge Suites, highlighting their corporate address, contact information, and an overview of the company’s services and position in the hospitality industry.

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Staybridge Suites’ Role in the Hospitality Industry

Staybridge Suites is renowned for offering spacious and comfortable suites that provide guests with a home-like environment. With amenities like fully equipped kitchens, complimentary breakfasts, and evening socials, the brand is a preferred choice for guests requiring extended stays for business trips or family vacations.

The Competitive Landscape of Extended-Stay Hotels and Staybridge Suites’ Position

In the competitive extended-stay hotel market, Staybridge Suites faces challenges from both national and regional hotel chains. Nationally, it competes with brands like Residence Inn by Marriott, Homewood Suites by Hilton, and Extended Stay America. Regionally, Staybridge Suites contends with local extended-stay hotels and boutique lodging options that offer similar amenities. Despite this competition, Staybridge Suites maintains its market presence through its commitment to guest comfort, quality service, and the backing of the IHG brand.

Staybridge Suites Corporate Office Complaints, Reviews, and Feedback

We encourage you to share your experiences with Staybridge Suites’ accommodations, amenities, customer service, and overall satisfaction with their lodging offerings. Your feedback in the comments section is invaluable, providing insights that help others understand Staybridge Suites’ operations and commitment to customer service in the extended-stay hotel sector. Whether you have compliments, complaints, or suggestions, your perspectives are important in evaluating the company’s performance and service quality.

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Staybridge Complaint - Would've been awesome if not for rude staff

Rated 3.0 out of 5
November 21, 2023

Overall, great motel. Nice rooms, clean property. Loved the hot tub. Nice breakfast. BUT I would suggest that the staff could use some hospitality classes!! If it hadn’t been for the rudeness of several staff, & their kids/extended family, it would have been perfect. When my husband & I were checking in on a Thursday evening Carmen took forever to get us checked in. We were meeting other members of our family & she took a long time trying to put our rooms near each other. Also, Carmen talked & complained the entire time. As a customer, I don’t care what it takes to accomplish this feat, but I certainly don’t need to hear about the “difficulty” of this task. We stayed at this property for 3 nights. They have a meeting room near the front desk that we were told we could use to play games, which we did & it was great! But on our last night there, there was a bag & jacket in the room, but nobody inside. We moved the bag from the couch to another area in the room & a guy came in to get the bag. My husband said “We moved your stuff, hope we aren’t imposing” & the guy said, “Yeah, you kinda are”, quite snottily. Then, come to find out, he was an employee!! We found it quite disgusting that an employee would talk to us like that, over a room that is not an employee lounge!!! We were paying guests!! Saturday a boy was playing PlayStation in that room ALL day, which was fine, but we discovered later that he was an employee’s kid!!! Same day we were playing a card game in the breakfast area which is located next to the lounge area, and that same kid double-flipped us off! My sister’s boyfriend went over to talk to him about that!! Also, it seems like every employee & their children/extended family eat breakfast there every day! An employee& her grandkids were in the swimming pool earlier on Saturday- seems like the motel is a daycare for the employee’s kids/grandkids!! The kids were kind of rude, playing with the handicapped seat, pushing the buttons & using the lifesaving rings as pool toys. There had been a chair upside down on the hot tub stairs on Saturday morning, around 9ish. The lady there with 4 kids told us that she was told that the hot tub could be used after about 15 minutes, but that had been 45 minutes ago, so we didn’t feel bad moving the chair & entering the hot tub. Carmen came in about a half hour after that, being snotty (lots of attitudes) about the chair being moved, the hot tub being used & throwing the pool towel basket around, making a lot of noise. I ended up talking to another lady who had been in the hot tub when that happened. She said she was an IGH employee elsewhere & she said that the hot tub chemicals should have been put in earlier in the morning before the 7 am opening of the pool! We are paying guests & should not be treated with such disrespect! I would also be very open to staying at other motels with similar facilities since this property could do better.


Horrific experience with front desk giving room keys to total strangers

Rated 1.0 out of 5
November 16, 2023

I work for the federal government at Small Business Administration and I travel a lot for work. Rick Doorman the general manager never provided the video footage that was requested and I was never told who it was that tried to open my door. They said that they were going to check which key card opened my door at that time and never did. When I spoke to one of the workers upfront, they told me that they were lying and he kept saying they’re lying and he said he couldn’t talk to me because the general manager was walking around. Also, I have 2 voice recordings for my safety and time stamp of me and Derek’s conversation. And I have a recording of me speaking to another front desk person the next day on 11/07/2023 stating Derek only reported the incident to the general manager Rick Doorman and not to the entire staff and he didn’t know that an incident occurred the night before and that he was suppose to be informed by Derek. Someone opened my door and tried to get into my hotel room approximately around 9:00PM EST on Monday, November 6, 2023 at Staybridge Hotel at St. Petersburg, FL. Fortunately I secured my hotel room door with a door stopper that I brought myself for my safety. First, I heard tapping outside or next door while I was laying on the bed. I kept hearing taps for couple of minutes, light tapping and I thought it was the neighboring hotel guests. A few moments later, I heard my door open but the latch and the door stopper stopped the door from completely opening and stopped the person from coming into my room. I asked who is this, they said it was room maintenance and I screamed said no, go away I didn’t request maintenance don’t play with me and I work for the federal government. They left immediately. I immediately called downstairs to ask them if they sent someone for maintenance and Derek the front desk guy said no and that no one should be able to open my door besides myself, housekeeping and the master key and he is concerned because there was only 2 people working that night including him and the other guy that was downstairs the entire with him mopping the lobby and he said maintenance isn’t on-site at that time as well. Derek mentioned if I wanted to come downstairs and get new sets of keys from him and I told him no because I don’t feel safe. We hang up. He then called me back again and said there is police on site and asked me if I called the police and I told him no and I was surprised that the police get there so fast. He brought me new keys and deactivated the old keys and he told me he reported it to his manager Christi. I asked Derek again why is it that someone opened my door and he said he didn’t know who it was and mentioned to me that he doesn’t have an answer for me and he apologizes. Derek looked very suspect. My supervisor called the hotel and asked for the camera footage of the hotel near my room to figure who opened my door. Derek told him that he doesn’t know how to work the camera system and we would have to wait for his manager to come in the next morning to get that for us. When I spoke to my manager he stated that he didn’t trust the staff and Derek sounded suspicious when he spoke to him.

The next morning I spoke with the general manager Rick Doorman and he mentioned that he was working on getting the camera footage and said he doesn’t know if it’s possible. Rich kept giving me the run-around talking about he doesn’t know how this happened and he doesn’t have an answer to give me and he apologizes. I mentioned to Rick if he could see who scanned the key at the time they opened my door that night and he said that he would work on that as well. We still haven’t received any information about who opened my door that night until this day.

After reporting the incident to the hotel and following all the safety protocols, I was still very concerned about my safety and my manager decided to take quick action and moved me to another hotel. Rick was uncertain about obtaining camera footage. Rick’s lack of answers and apologies left me feeling uneasy. Rick assisted with my bags, asking invasive questions and attempting to persuade me to stay.

The hotel’s staff, particularly the general manager, appeared unresponsive and evasive. I’m left traumatized, experiencing anxiety and jitters whenever I hear noise outside or a door opening. My privacy was violated, causing emotional distress and sleep disturbances. Rick kept defending Derek and what happened and he never gave me an answer to any of my questions. Rick mentioned he replaced another manager at that location for embezzlement and it didn’t make sense to me because he kept dismissing the entire incident like it wasn’t serious.

This traumatic experience has messed with my mental health and has given me major PTSD. My job requires me to travel a lot and right now I’m at a new hotel and every noise I hear startles me. Whenever I’m sleeping now and I hear a noise it scares me and I can’t go back to sleep. My mental health is really affected by this incident and my family is really worried. To see how the hotel staff was very nonchalant about something very serious is concerning to me.

Stephanie Augustin

For Staybridge Corporate - Some days are good some days are bad

Rated 3.0 out of 5
August 20, 2023

I’ve been here for over 5 months after selling my property. The staff and Hotel staff are nice always polite very helpful. I have seen this hotel when I first came in start at at 10 now it’s a 5. i’ve seen outrageous parties, family functions with alcohol, loud music, cussing, fussing, and smoking marijuana not to my surprise this morning. I woke up to have no breakfast no staff just one maintenance person that doesn’t speak English the only one in the building trying to answer phones which were ringing off the hook while trying to start breakfast that is included daily. it seems like either no one showed up for the shift or there was a walk out of staff, I’m not sure what it is or what it was but this is so unacceptable. I was tempted to go in the kitchen and start breakfast myself. I have been here over five months due to the sale of my property and have always found this hotel to be a decent one but lately they have a lot of parties that are here. A lot of young people running in and out and I’ve actually smelled marijuana. On several occasions I’ve seen cases of alcohol come and go. I’m soon to be leaving this hotel thank God to finding permanent residency I’m a corporate working person who wouldn’t recommend this hotel to anyone that I knew was looking for a temporary stay. In my personal room which is for handicapped impaired often has Nats flying around and in the beginning quite a few roaches which prompted exterminators coming into building regularly. I’ve had a leak in the ceiling of the bathroom that was eventually covered up but has stated leaking again. This is my second time writing the hotel executives without any response. My money was good enough to take but my voice is not good enough for a response from hotel executives. I am a very disappointed customer,

Sharon Alexander

Staybridge hotel in Sioux Falls, SD

Rated 3.0 out of 5
May 10, 2023


I am trying to reach someone to help me. I stayed at the Staybridge hotel in Sioux Falls, SD, May5th-May7th. I booked a queen suite with pull out sofa. It was for me and my son. When I checked into the hotel, the bed was actually a full size bed. I called the front desk and they told me they were booked so they could not switch me to a queen size bed. So I asked for some financial compensation. She told me that she would see what she could do. I never heard from her again (the manager). So when I checked out I asked the person checking me out if he saw any notes in my reservation and he did not see any notes and the price did not change. He told me he would have the manager call me that afternoon (Sunday, May7th) when she got into work. I never heard from her. I emailed her, I never heard from her. I filled out your surveys asking for a call or email back. So now I am here reaching out to your corporate office. This feels like a classic bait and switch. Please let me know how you can compensate me or who I need to talk to.

Thank you,

Ann Marshik


Staybridge Suites Customer Service

Rated 3.0 out of 5
August 1, 2023

No working elevator and loud parting. Read all please. Tuesday, July 25th, Our stay here (STAYBRIDGE – NEWARK, DE) was NOT good!!! Loud, under-age, Teen party in room #319 could be heard all night through 10pm-6am, never ending shouting and noise. Guests on 2nd, 3rd, & 4th floors complained to Anthony (front desk) that night and next morning. Anthony did NOT STOP THIS PARTY. Just a lot of meaningless talk. Anthony said he knew the parents and that one kid had a birthday that night, however, There’s a posted rule in elevator (Zero Tolerance for parties in rooms, subject to being told to leave premises). Unfortunately, Anthony DID NOT follow this rule. Infact, he told me how nice the parents were, etc. Parents were there at hotel that night. The same kids were allowed to party in parking lot as well, spraying “silly string” on guest cars. BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE, …ON THURSDAY, THE ELEVATOR WAS “OUT OF ORDER” AND STILL NOT FIXED BY MONDAY, JULY 31st. So all guests on upper floors were told to use stairs. REALLY? YOU HAVE GOT TO BE JOKING!! TELL THAT TO SOMEONE WITH 5 HEART STENTS !!! WHEN WE ASKED FOR A PARTIAL REFUND, WE WERE DENIED, WITHOUT REASON.

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