Marriott Bonvoy Reviews

Marriott Bonvoy Reviews

Published by on 2021-03-27

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Table of Contents:
1. Reviews
2. Is it Safe?
3. Is it Legit?
4. App not working?
5. Report Issue

Marriott Bonvoy Reviews

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    Needs Improvement / Name Matters

    App is a great step forward. I use it extensively; however, it often seems app communication and the check in procedure don’t match. Recently checked in with very friendly professional service but there was no connection (it seemed) between the reservation and front desk. They asked about my preferences which had been selected already. This is really not a problem especially when they are so friendly it just seems they need to marry up better. BONVOY in my opinion is not a classy, professional name presentation for such an outstanding organization. Value and elegance in varying levels, have always been your mantra from the Fairfield Inn to the Ritz-Carlton. I am older and perhaps this name and marketing plan is designed to target the younger more stylish generation. Apologies as I only wanted to share and perhaps this is not the right venue.

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    Poor Design and Functionality, MARRIOTT PLEASE LISTEN

    This new App is almost useless. It is not user friendly or intuitive. It is also generating hordes of unnecessary paper if you want to print your reservation details; there are way too many advertisements to “partners” on it’s side bar links to “Get more Info” (or similar words), and fonts are overly large for what we need to see. However, when you click on any of the links, it just takes you to the overall Bonvoy site. You would think that if you want to see local dining options, it would link you to restaurants in that area, but it does NOT. Ditto for the other ads included - car rentals, things to do, etc. Total waste of time. MOST IMPORTANTLY, there is no where that I can find in this App that I can submit my room/stay preferences (room location, view, housekeeping, etc.). Marriott needs to QUICKLY RESOLVE the functionality of this App for it’s loyal members. I have had to call Owner Services, my home resort, and email the customer internet/web support numerous times and spent hordes of time about my upcoming reservations- most all were to no avail to resolve my requests. As a multiple week owner at a high demand resort in Vail, CO (Streamside) I find this to be an unacceptable level of service. The only folks I’ve found responsive are those at the resort, who assist as they can. Marriott, PLEASE FIX THIS! Platinum Elite Member (Xxxxxx559)

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    Good But Needs Improving

    The app is good, but could definitely be better. I completely agree with the other reviews that any function in the app that was designed for interaction with the hotel staff (chat, special requests, etc) is useless. I’ve tried it several times and then called the front desk to ask if they’d received the request. None of them ever had. And more times than not, the person who answered the phone didn’t even have a clue as to what I was talking about. Marriott needs to focus on training and ensuring that their hotels are 100% on-board with the app communication features. Another HUGE improvement that could be made to the app is a floor plan map (per property) that allows guests to choose their room at check in (right now the check in function is essentially useless). Hilton has this feature and I LOVE the point where I choose Hilton sometimes over Marriott because I get to choose my room and see exactly where I’ll be staying. Many Hilton properties also use keyless entry that is built right in to their app. I really like Marriott and I have bounced between all 3 statuses for over 20 years. But they need to keep up with the times and the competition.

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    Just updated, could be better

    First I’d like to say that their customer support for the app is amazing! It felt like a team was on the case for troubleshooting and my problem was resolved in about a week. I tend to go through Ebates when booking with Marriott. The Marriott mobile site accessed through the Ebates app had a filtering issue (after choosing the airport shuttle filter, it would refresh back to the search page saying no hotels could be found). So I decided to use the Marriott app to look at different properties close to the airport I’m flying out of. I realized that I couldn’t filter which properties had an airport shuttle on the app. I find this troublesome because I usually travel with a pet. So if I can’t use the app to filter results, I either have to use the mobile site, or wait to get access to a desktop. I’m fine using the mobile site, especially since I access it through Ebates, but the point of an app is convenience. If I needed an idea of what’s available for my travel needs, I prefer to use the Marriott app. But I won’t be able to do that if I can’t filter the results.

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    Would be great if hotels actually honored half of the features!!!

    Marriott Corp has tried to make a good app - but problem comes to the fact little to none of the hotels use the pre-order functionality to stock your room, they don’t use the chat function if you need something while at hotel, they do not honor the checking or late checkout out function (they don’t care and still need to use old school process to know if they can accept a late checkout). App does not notify you of a room ready early either - as the hotels don’t use the feature. App is good to book and change hotels if needed - to change a reservation you are better off cancelling and rebooking as app is not flexible on honoring changes. Basically the app is good to track Marriott points and the progress each year to make Reward levels (not a perk for me as I’m lifetime Platinum member). So being lifetime Platinum you would think Marriott would listen to their customers and force their Marriott properties to use the features in the app - or do away with the features all together. FYI - I’m also an Elite member with Hilton properties and guess what - their Hotel locations use the app and it actually works really well...

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    Way behind compared to Hilton Honors App

    This app is not as user friendly as it could be, and it has poor functionality. There are way too many arrows and clicks to have to go through in order to get basic reservation information. I’m a Platinum Elite member who is about to hit Titanium Elite. There is such a difference between the Marriott App and the Hilton App when it comes to ease of use and feature functions available. For one, the Hilton App allows me to pick out my specific hotel room on a hotel map when I check in. Why can’t Marriott add this as a feature??? It’s an amazing feature! In addition, I hate that you cannot add filters for pricing and ratings to filter down results. This is so basic, and yet Marriott doesn’t offer it. When I am traveling on business and I want to filter out hotel brands that are way out of my company budget range for a particular trip, there is no ability to do so. I am forced to scroll through results of hotels that are $400+ per night and out of my company budget range for particular trips.

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    App is inconsistent and promotional programs are significantly behind

    After reading about 20 reviews I would have to agree with the following issues; 1. I too don’t see how much money I have spent in 2018 to hit ambassador level. I have 154 nights so far but have NO CLUE how much money I am away from Ambassador. This feature was on my app but it quickly went away. 2. The chat feature is conceptually great but practically awful. I have confirmed with multiple hotels (especially the Marriott Irvine Spectrum) that all my requests have been fulfilled. Unfortunately none of them were in my room at check in. 3. Inconsistency of the mobile key function. I select the mobile key function during the mobile check in process but rarely get the mobile key once I check in at the hotel. Even at hotels that offer the mobile key (Marriott Irvine Spectrum), I don’t have the mobile key on my app. 4. Marriott has consistently reduced their promotions throughout the years. What were once industry leading promotions are now significant behind other properties.

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    BonVoy: Easy to use, extremely accurate

    I reserve rooms or “getaways” almost every weekend and I’ve never had an issue with the desktop site or the cell phone app. The information is always accurate. The detail really provides everything you need to know about the hotel you select, the amenities & the service. The photos are extremely attractive & represent the exact description of the hotels. I have been using the app since it was SPG for several years now & I will continue because of the great point plan in place for members. I strongly suggest you sign up because after a certain number of stays, you get such great deals as free nights, early check-in & late check-out & you build points to move up to higher tiers of membership, which gives you even more perks. Best app & most frequent app I use. Definitely the best benefits!

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    Marriott is life

    Have been an avid Marriott supporter for 8+ years now. While we have many options, and I stay at many group’s locations due to work, I always enjoy my experience much more at Marriott properties. They also continue to improve everything they do as time goes on, ie. recently upgrading to the Bonvoy programs, location amenities, accommodating valued customers - not mention any guests, and the overall experience at most properties. While some could talk about complimentary food and bev offered at other corporation’s properties, while mentioning the Marriott properties that don’t include, it’s irrelevant. I’d pay for an exceptional meal at a Marriott property before acting like a complimentary garbage breakfast included somewhere else is an incentive. Marriott or bust

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    Where great features go to die

    With the SPG/Marriott merger unifying the apps, a number of the great features of the SPG app are gone. Traveling a country where you don’t speak the language and they don’t use the Latin alphabet? SPG App had your back with “Show Address in Local Language” right from the reservation. That functionality is gone now, as is almost hope of finding the address through the Marriott website (hint: maps apps help, so long as they aren’t blocked in the country you’re visiting). Want to take advantage of Your24? Not a problem, there’s an app for that! Or at least, there way, until the app unification - masked by policy changes that now require your Ambassador to request it. Want to make sure your SNA is being processed? Worry no more, because now you can’t see what reservations have pending SNAs. The App is a big step down from the functionality that used to be available, and as others have pointed out, most “functionality” there is requires contacting the hotel or Marriott directly. The one upside is you can view your reservations, so it’s got that going for it, I guess.

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    Works great most of the time

    Overall I love this app. When trying to book some hotel stays on points I occasionally get random information and error messages. Example - I tried to book a “stay 4 nights get the 5th night free” at the st Regis in Punta Mita on points in early January 2020. It’s a busy time of year and hard to find spots available for stays on points at this time - but that said, When I attempted to check availability - I would see that the stay was available, and I would then click on the stay to try to book, at which point in time I was told that it actually was unavailable! Stuff like this drives me nuts in apps. I know this is some complicated stuff between the hotel management locally and the Marriott system etc, but cmon - it’s a Marriott/SPG power house. These glitches should be a thing of the past. Overall tho I do love this a and it works well about 90% or more of the time for me.

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    I miss the old SPG app...

    My advice to the developers would be threefold. First is to make the overall design more intuitive. It is trying so hard to be sleek that it is hard to navigate to anything. Second, it does not sync up with my actual travel well at all. I travel for work and move from property to property. I checked out of one hotel this morning and into another this afternoon, and hours later it is still displaying me as being at the first hotel, so I can’t access any services for the property where I actually am. Finally, I miss the old SPG app/site ability to book multiple rooms but put each room under a different name/Bonvoy number. When booking travel for myself and my colleagues, my only option on the app is to book everyone under my name/account and then at check in we have to split the reservation up. SPG used to let me make a single reservation but have each room assigned to a unique guest name/SPG - would be lovely to have that feature back instead of jumping through hoops at check-in.

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    I used to love this app and when it’s working it’s a great experience. But in the last days, maybe corresponding to an app update?? none of my upcoming or canceled trips are visible at all! Problems get worse cause when I log in online I can’t see them either. After 2 lengthy calls to Marriott they politely reassure me that my upcoming trip reservations are all still ok, but had no interest to hear about the technical probs of the interface. Other problems persist online too with hotels shown as available then disappear once u want to make a booking. Or crazy stuff like the member rate being higher than regular rate for some hotels and some stays. Yes it did happen and verified it multiple times. I did all the regular stuff like log out and log in again, clear the cache, delete and reinstall the app on multiple occasions with no fix. As a titanium member and regular traveler this is frustrating to say the least. It’s enough for me to go back to Hilton! Please Marriott fix it soon and I will stick with you.

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    Could handle password changes better

    Marriott forced a password change. I used the website instead of the app to manage the change (which was its own headache, but that’s another review). When returning to the app, it could not recognize my account and password combination. Neither by account number or email. Worried I had misspelled my intended password on the website, I reset it on the website. I tried the app again using my account number, and it couldn’t manage the new password, again. I tried my email, and now I’m on an account lockout for 30 minutes. Why am I being punished because the app doesn’t recognize the password I was forced to change? Marriott could have managed this forced password change so much better than this, instead of springing it on a user when trying to use the app. Use two-factor means to authenticate it is actually me on my phone, and make me change the password on a computer the next time I use the website. This isn’t hard.

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    Disappointed with experience.

    My wife and I have used Bonvoy to book vacations and business travel. We enjoyed using the service due to its ease of booking and for the perks of obtaining points towards future bookings. After our last two bookings through the app, we noticed we didn’t receive points from booking through this service. After calling customer service, in which the representative was extremely rude and talking over my wife, it was determined (via the representative) that the booking through the app was through a “third party”. I intervened after listening to the representative talk over my wife, and asked for clarification to how booking through a third party on their own app was possible. After stating this was deceitful and while talking mid sentence, the representative hung up on us. I’m sure this will be placed as a “dropped call”, however assuming the reliability of land lines, I find that doubtful. My wife and I both own businesses and if this were acceptable practice for our customer service, the individuals would be fired.

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Is Marriott Bonvoy Safe?

Yes. Marriott Bonvoy is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 682,764 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.9/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Marriott Bonvoy Is 49.7/100.

Is Marriott Bonvoy Legit?

Yes. Marriott Bonvoy is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 682,764 Marriott Bonvoy User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Marriott Bonvoy Is 49.7/100.

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