I enjoyed it but I had a clogged sink snd called for repair and noone ever came to fix it but kids... See full review
Jun 16, 2010
average, nothing spectacular
Night front desk guy was very nice. Late at night there's not too much around to go hotel shopping. See full review
May 8, 2014
Central Valleys only indoor pool and atrium area complete with arcade and fitness facility. Only minutes from Vintage Fair mall and over 300 name brand and specialty stores. Hotel is located in the heart of California with easy driving access to many of Californias most treasured destinations including Pier 39, Yosemite National Park and the world renowned Napa Valley wine country. Hotel pool and other amenities can only be used by registered guests. Breakfast is available at a charge.Credit card or cash deposit required for cash paying guests. Pet accommodation: 25.00/stay Pet limit: 1 pets per room 30 lbs or less.
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Hotel was far from the cooler parts of the city. It was along the highway 99 and you can see the cars passing by the highway as you leave the room. Interior rooms face the pool, but indoor pool...so dont expect the sun to come in from those rooms.
The treadmills in the gym do not work. They dont even turn on. One particular guy at the front desk was kind of cold and dismissive when I asked about it. The whole hotel is right along a highway, and once in a while you see some shady characters
walking around the place. But it has a security guard so thats good.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short drive from hotel
Check out a very cool pub called Wexford Pub on McHenry. Really tasty food and Irish Cider.
upon entering the lobby there was all over the sidewalk. However the lobby with clean so we had help our room would be clean. On our way to our room the hallways were filthy. And I will the carpet was wallpaper was falling down. over half of the
TV stations did not come in. TV was very limited. They had a small fridge that was in a make shift closet. There was no microwave. No continental breakfast. You could hear the dogs barking from the room across the hall. Hard to sleep because guest werd fighting and slamming doors. Upon leaving the front destination gave me my receipt and I noticed it said our room was $71 dollars & change but site charged me $89 dollars and I believe 89 cents. I won't be staying at this hotel again and not sure if I'll use the site again!
they got the reservation wrong, wrong type of room and needed to be handicap. the room they moved us to was and ugly location. the food was good staff were good. I wasn't very happy and may not stay there again.
while the room was clean and everything worked, the place is really more in the dump category: carpets stained or bleached, tubs have been "painted", no bathroom counter, bathroom shelf coming off the wall, refrigerator not "on", the fascia
outside the window literally falling off the building, debris outside exterior stairway, corroded lamps, THE WORST CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST ON THE PLANET. All that said, comfortable bed and functional TV remote with decent cable coverage. Should be a $40 room, not a $72 dollar room. Would NEVER go back and feel sorry for the Europeans' visits: this is our "3 star" hotel culture? I mean, really, the breakfast was nothing but bad coffee and bagels with a banana or apple to take along for their Yosemite hikes. Close the doors. Next door's Courtyard Marriott worth TWICE the money!