My absolute favorite hotel! I go there offten for and stay while handling business in the city. The staff is friendly and helpful. I vibes are very relaxed and the style of the hotel is modern. I will not stay anywhere else!
Staff were great, facility was clean and comfortable. Bed was comfy and the breakfast was excellent! I’ve never seen such a family friendly pool area! Wonderful value!!! Will be staying there again! ………………………………………….
Overall stay was ok, friendly staff. Room floor carpet was so dirty all of our socks were black! The door to the “separate bedroom” is clear glass so not quite sure how that gives any privacy at all. Fan in the bathroom didn’t work and lighting was very dim. Beds were clean but really lumpy and uncomfortable - the sofa bed was so worn out you could feel nearly all of the springs. Breakfast was good with multiple hot food items and various grab and go.
Hotel prices in Green Bay were astronomical the weekend of our stay due to the start of the annual EAA Fly-in at Oshkosh, so we chose the east side Holiday Inn Express location because were were able to use accumulated IHG points here to pay for our three-night stay. I booked our room a month in advance and requested very specific amenities. All were acknowledged and accommodated. We arrived a couple hours before standard check-in, but our room and room keys were ready. We appreciated that there were plenty of luggage carts available in the lobby. My first order of business after check-in was printing. This HI Express has a small business office for guests, and a printer is available. That task accomplished, we headed up to our room. The hotel is older and some of the furnishings are beat up, but the advantages of staying here outweighed any negative impression. Our double queen room felt homey and was large enough that my daughter could utilize her yoga mat on the floor every day. The room was furnished with a cozy easy chair and floor lamp, a large desk and office chair with a table lamp, three-drawer dresser, flat screen TV, blackout curtains, and a full-length mirror. We loved the Keurig coffee maker in the room. Of course, the faux cream powder supplied isn't edible, so we bought a pint of milk at a convenience store nearby and kept it in the mini-refridge. Other amenities included a microwave, iron/board, alarm clock, desk phone and small lamp on the nightstand, and an ice bucket. We didn't want maid service during our stay, so Hubby grabbed towels and coffee pods from the maintenance cart in the hall when we needed refills. We kept the "do not disturb" sign on the door, and we were not disturbed. One room feature I really liked was the night light on the hair dryer. Such a small item makes a big difference because guests don't have to turn on bright overhead lights in the middle of the night to use the bathroom. Another feature I liked was the wall dispensers for personal care products which eliminate single-use plastic waste. The complimentary breakfast was a pleasant surprise. They served turkey sausage instead of just pork. Since we don't eat pork, we can rarely eat breakfast meat at hotels. Fresh oranges were also provided - a nice addition to the typical bananas and apples found at breakfast buffets. We noted only two minor issues during our stay. One was a bedside electrical outlet that wasn't working, so no phone charging availability there. The other was that the bedspreads were very slippery and kept rolling off the bed in the middle of the night. But it wasn't cold, so that wasn't a problem. As always, the beds and pillows at IHG brand hotels were scrumptious. And there was no noise at our end of the hall, so we slept well. I should mention the indoor pool. My daughter considered taking a late-night swim, so we went down to check it out. The adult pool is small, which doesn't matter if no one else is swimming, but the chemical smell was overwhelming. There must be enough chlorine in it to sanitize an entire lake. We nixed the swim. The hotel is about two blocks off Highway 172, a few minutes from I-43 and less than a 10-minute drive from I-41. The little strip mall across the street houses Plae Bistro, which is ranked in the top ten restaurants in the Green Bay area. All in all, the positives far outweigh the negatives. I wouldn't hesitate to book this hotel again.…
Older hotel, very clean; Super Comfortable beds and Pillows, water very hot. Staff friendly and helpful, good complimentary breakfast both mornings. Was a bit more than I wanted to pay for two nights once all the fees and taxes were added. Will def ask for a better rate and look elsewhere next time I need accommodations in the Green Bay WI area. Inflation hitting all who travel as well as those who provide services!
This is a good place to stay in the Green Bay area. They have a nice pool area including a hot tub and a pool. There is a kiddie area. The pool was open until 11 on weekends. The breakfast was ok, but not great. They did not have everything available due to supply chain shortages. The rooms were fine.
Being a paralyzed person is a bit of a challenge in itself, and finding a room such as this is a sheer delight! The spacious layout of the Handicap accessible room, is one of the best laid out R.I.S. rooms in the entire chain! A place where you can actually feel safe, reach the controls, and reach the shampoo in a shower. All too often I go without a shower due to their poor layout and safety concerns.
Stayed here four nights and the bill was over $500. The room was never serviced and I had to ask for more coffee every day. I think the IHG chain has caught on to cutting costs while charging more. They need to get back to the ok’d ways of taking care of customers or we will start staying elsewhere. As an Ambassador Spire Elite member I feel qualified to make these comments.
We stayed three nights at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Green Bay East for a long weekend getaway to Green Bay to see a Packers game. The price was high for the weekend nights, but that's true of all hotels in the area. The staff was incredibly friendly. They answered all of my many questions, including making good recommendations for food in the area (try Back Nine Pizza right across from the hotel!). They were friendly and took care of every need we had, including having band-aids when I needed them. I can't say enough nice things about the staff. Joyce and Meg were particularly helpful. The rooms were fine. The beds were comfortable with multiple pillows (4 on each bed) of varying firmness, which I like. The flat-screen TV was a bit small, but worked. My only complaint is that we got in late and the AC had not been on. The room was 80 when we arrived at 11 PM. It cooled down relatively quickly, though. The free breakfast was just okay. They had some hot stuff (sausage & eggs), but no cinnamon rolls or biscuits/gravy as customary at most Holiday Inn Express locations. They had lots of continental offerings as well (muffins, bagels, oatmeal, cereal, etc.) It was just disappointing that the hot food was missing those HIE staples. I love those cinnamon rolls & biscuits! I would definitely stay here again. It's solid, and the staff were great!…
Great place to stay for a centralized location while visiting Green Bay! Staff was very engaging and attentive, room was spotless and spacious and it is right off 172. About 10 minutes to Lambeau field and nicely developed area around arena. Easy access to Door County. Pricing higher on home game weekends. We enjoyed our stay