The room was disappointing as soon as we entered. It wasn't terrible, per se, but it was just average for a hotel, certainly not worthy of the high nightly price. It looked like it had been lived in, not new and pristine as other hotels in this price range typically are. But things got worse upon going to bed. There was only one nightstand and lamp. The person on one side of the bed did not have a reading light, nor a place to lay anything, such as a phone or a book and there was no place to charge the phone on that side of the bed. The mattress, however, was terrible. It felt like a low to mid-range mattress that was 10-15 years old. Both of us rolled toward the center of the mattress because it had a deep ravine and it was so lumpy and uncomfortable that I couldn't sleep and had to move to the couch after about 90 minutes. I slept the rest of the night on the couch. Our second night there I thought I would give the bed a second chance but had the same experience. I woke up after about an hour and could not get back to sleep so again moved to the couch. It was not the relaxing night I usually expect from a Marriott property. Additionally disappointing was a rainstorm on Saturday afternoon apparently disrupted a satellite dish which prevented us from watching ESPN. We were there on the championship weekend for the U.S. Open but could not watch the women's final on Saturday nor the men's final on Sunday. One day of disruption was disappointing but two days seemed careless.