Definitely come to this place. They have great sushi and teriyaki dishes. Yes they are a bit pricey but I'd take pricey than having to drive to Lansing to get any sushi.
Everything on their sushi menu is really good. Spicy tuna, Spicy Salmon, Maki 7, Dragon Roll, Rainbow Roll, nothing is bad.
Go to this place! You won't regret it.
Oh the place is REALLY tiny, if you don't want to wait make sure to go during off times or you might have to wait awhile.
I used to be a devout Outback restaurant fan. Every christmas since they give out free gift card when we buy $x gift cards we always loaded up.
Now that the economy went downhill so did their quality, menu, food and service. Oh but there is one thing that went up... their price (in comparison to their food quality).
Their food used to be really good, steaks, chicken, fries, pasta, sandwiches, burgers. Everything used to be excellent. I've tried almost all their menu items and nothing was bad. Well the past 2 times we went it was pitiful. The food was barely edible, the portion pretty much went to either 1/3 less or even half... it was really pitiful. The price reflected the change... just not enough. Their strategy to get people to keep coming is reduce the price and reduce the portion. It would have worked IF they had kept their food quality. Unfortunately food quality was reduced as well. I would have preferred them to keep the price, portion and quality rather than reduce them all make them inedible.
Well I'm glad we only have $10 giftcard left this year. I can't think if anyway to spend it if there is more. I used to crave Outback food, now I have to rack my brains trying to figure out what is even decent to order. I'm very sad to see this place go from being excellent to absolutely blah... It's not like there are a lot of restaurants to patronize in Jackson.
First time to the place and was pleasantly surprised to see the inside of the studio. Everything was well spaced and comfortable. I wanted to cut my long hair and donate it and was told they work with Children with Hairloss foundation.
Marina my hairstylist was very professional and meticulous. I didn't have a particular style in mind and told her what I do on a daily basis. She styled my hair just the way I would have liked it.
The fee was not too crazy high either. Overall I was very happy with this place and will definitely return to the same stylist.
I'm in the process of looking for a new car. Went to an internet website and requested several quotes from nearby dealerships. This one takes the cake for rudeness and inefficiencies.
I had listed exactly what I wanted and all I needed is an out the door price. Being they are car salespeople I had expected some quote for sticker price of some sort. However, not only they quoted some ridiculous # they also quoted the car with so many unrequested options.
When I responded with a "thanks I got a better deal somewhere else" the reply was downright rude and saying basically that "the other dealership lied to you when they quoted you that price." Suffice to say that I won't deal with this person or company anymore.
I wouldn't recommend this dealership to anyone. If you're looking for a toyota, I suggest going to either Sunshine Toyota at battlecreek or Suburban toyota at troy. Much nicer and professional people.
This is an off site parking for Detroit Metro Airport. I've tried them because of their postcard for 2 free days. If you don't have the 2 free days postcard go to their website and get a 1 free day. The lot is well lit and maintained. They have many many shuttles to go between the lot and the airport, you won't have to wait more than 5 minutes. Without a AAA discount or a free day discount, the fee is very steep. You're almost better off parking at the blue lot for much cheaper. But the blue lot shuttle I heard is not as reliable.
So I guess it depends on your preference. I personally like the convenience of Qwik Park but without the discounts I will try some other parking services.
Stayed in this hotel a couple of times and always had a great
The lobby is well lit and maintained. The room is a good size and clean.
There is also a business center in the lobby where you can use to print out your boarding pass or check your emails. You have to ask the lobby for the password before you can use them.
No free breakfast but there is a little store in the lobby which
carries drinks and some convenience food.
For dinner I ended up getting a pizza delivery from Domino's nearby. They'll deliver to the hotel no problem.
The hotel is about 5 minutes away from Roanoke airport, there are not much restaurants or even fast food joints around. So keep that in mind when traveling there.
This Holiday Inn has got to be one of the worst hotel I've ever been too.
Maybe not the worst but getting there. The staff is very frazzled, no such thing as early check in, the room smells strange.
We tried to leave our luggage in the back room so we could get on with our day, but instead our luggage was put in one of the meeting/conference
rooms with other people's luggage. There was no security whatsoever.
I was glad to find our luggage still there when we returned.
I am not too impressed with this hotel. If I was to recommend a hotel nearby, I will recommend Four Points hotel instead of Holiday Inn.
This hotel is located about 20-25 minutes south of Atlanta. It is one of the best valued hotel I've ever been to. The room is a good size always clean and comfortable. Staff is friendly and courteous. In the morning they have a wonderful spread free continental breakfast. The last time I stayed there they had cereal, pastries, oatmeal, bagel, toasts, fruits, juices
teas,coffees, and more. And in the afternoon they still have coffee, tea, hot cocoa and fruits available.
The surrounding area has a lot of shops and restaurants to offer too. So you won't be bored.
It also has an exercise room for travelers.
This hotel is located in almost an industrial side of town. The hotel room is nice and clean but I think overpriced for the amenities.
They do not offer free continental breakfast but does have a good buffet spread you can purchase.
There is also a business center in the lobby where you can print out your boarding pass before your return trip if you need to.
If you need to get to the New Brunswick station, they can supply the free shuttle from the hotel. However, you will need to get a cab on the way back to the hotel.
Overall, it is a nice hotel to stay but a tad bit overpriced in my
Stayed in this hotel many times and always had a satisfactory
The room is always clean and well maintained. The hallway tends to be a little dark and the restaurant is little to be desired. But it is a
goodplace to rest for business traveler.
They also offer shuttle service from the hotel to the McAllen airport at anytime. All you have to do is ask the lobby for the shuttle.
There are enough shops and restaurants within half mile radius to keep you busy.
Hotel staff is always courteous, helpful and professional.