Not really. The idea is to leave comments to help other travelers because they have probably also left you with comments so that you can avoid this shady hotel with bedbugs or this restaurant that has given you gastro.
The same is evident with booking.com and other similar sites. This is a benefit "I will help others and they will help me".
Sometimes, some of these sites (including booking.com) offer a reward for leaving a comment – an entry in a draw, for example. And Google has tried to gamify it by adding points and levels to "Local Guide", asking users to leave comments, answer questions and add photos to get points.
In terms of direct feedback, if negative, you could Find an enthusiastic staff member at the hotel, try to contact you after seeing the review to remedy the situation.