Is there an unofficial "tier" list for hotel companies?

Is there an unofficial "tier" list for hotel companies? I've been staying only at Choice hotels (Comfort inn, Quality Inn, etc) for years because my brother gets the 1/2 price discount from work, so my price per night is usually $60-80, but lately I've been getting fed up with how shitty they are inside.
>AC unit smells like moldy socks, bathroom fixtures dont work, weird leaks from the ceiling, breakfast is powdered eggs and shitty juice etc

Should I move up to Holiday Inn tier?

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  1. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I almost exclusively stay at Marriott brand hotels, I fricking love Residence Inn

  2. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Why are hotels in the USA so shit?

    I have traveled all over Europe and Asia (not just poor asia) and $100 a night in those places gets you a decent location clean hotel. $100 a night gets you bare minimum in the US and thats not being in a popular tourist spot. Popular tourist spot for the equivalent youd need to spend $150+

    Why is this?

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      Everything in the US is about forcing you to pay top dollar for low quality, even if it costs the big boys more money. I has less to do with greed and more to do with malice. The elites don’t want to have nice things, they want you to not have nice things.

      • 9 months ago
        Anonymous

        Some of it is actual greed though. Most of the hotels in the US have been bought up by pajeets who are all about minmaxing so they can support 15 relatives. They will live in the hotel making it stink like garlic and do absolutely zero maintenance, and if its done at all, it isn't by someone qualified, and will fix prices with other indians so prices among motels are never competitive.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      americans cope by saying "a hotel is just a bed to sleep in" and then pay $200 a night to only be there a few hours a day

  3. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm not really loyal to any brand in particular, as it varies so much from area to area.

    I guess Hyatt Place is my preferred option if the price is right.

    Personally, I mostly book via Hotels.com to get the reward night credit, unless the hotel chain has something more worthwhile for booking direct.

    I tend to avoid Best Western unless somewhere has really good reviews, as they're so inconsistent.

    Wyndham are often ok, though walls are often not well insulated for noise.

    Hampton and HGI are often decent, but again, I'll usually scan trivago for the hotel ratings in the area to make sure they're not duds.

  4. 9 months ago
    Anonymous

    You're looking for STR Chain Scales my man: https://hotelnewsnow.com/Media/Default/Images/chainscales.pdf

    For a variety of reasons I basically only stay at InterContinental hotels unless I'm vacationing to go to a specific property.

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      hell yeah man this is exactly what I’m looking for. Thanks a lot friend

    • 9 months ago
      Anonymous

      This is baller

      https://i.imgur.com/1coICc1.png

      Is there an unofficial "tier" list for hotel companies? I've been staying only at Choice hotels (Comfort inn, Quality Inn, etc) for years because my brother gets the 1/2 price discount from work, so my price per night is usually $60-80, but lately I've been getting fed up with how shitty they are inside.
      >AC unit smells like moldy socks, bathroom fixtures dont work, weird leaks from the ceiling, breakfast is powdered eggs and shitty juice etc

      Should I move up to Holiday Inn tier?

      I'd almost just say anything but Choice. Wyndham properties are down there too.

      If you travel a lot for work find a loyalty program for a brand with lots of stuff at the right price. In USAmerica, IHG is great for this, Holiday Inn Express in particular. Newer brand, well kept, free brekkie that isn't spectacular but not half bad either

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