Knights Inn and Suites Bakersfield1.5 out of 5.0
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The room was ok,and close to shopping.but it could have been a little cleaner
Ok to stay overnight. Not more than that. Very vasic
The hotel is ok if you have to make a quick stop on the way. Very basic...
This hotel was conveniently located for my meeting. It was clean and a value for my money.
Great value if you're in town for one night and just need a place to sleep. Area is kind of shady.
This hotel met all 100 percent of my expectations.
Friendly check in, reasonable room. It is a good deal for the low price. It also has a fridge and microwave which is nice. Old bed and furniture, no view, but this was as expected for price. It has a very limited breakfast which would be helped by some fruit. The location is great for a quick stop over in Bakersfield as is very close to major highways. If budget is your main concern this is a great motel.
I had a difficult time locating this motel (didn't have internet access at time), and I had to get directions from the hotel staff. That said, it actually isn't hard to get to, right off Highway 99 in main part of Bakersfield. The location isn't great for restaurants and such, but you can quickly get back on freeway for other things. There is no pool, no special features, etc, but the room is clean, decent size, and most important (for Bakersfield), COOL. It is also quiet as you are off the main road, but you have no view at all (the hotel is sandwiched between two other buildings, so all you can see is the other building, a few feet away). The breakfast was continental, orange juice, sweet rolls, two kinds of cereal, milk, and coffee. The best part was their coffee; it was better than almost any hotel I have stayed at (I was at the Fairmont in San Jose a few weeks ago, and this coffee was much better). For Bakersfield, the price was very reasonable but not terrific. I would stay there again if I was in Bakersfield proper.
Did not appreciate th birth control package left on the night stand..... or the other questionable patrons up late and loud.
The Knight's Inn in Bakersfield is nothing special, but adequate and probably a good choice for budget travelers. It's a small property on the northbound access road for CA 99. Pros -- good size room, wireless internet, some remodeling (bathrooms). Cons -- a bit of a musty smell in our upstairs room, a previous guest had left some underclothing on the floor of the closet nook. Continental breakfast was coffee, orange juice, prepackaged pastries, two flavors of cereal, milk. No problems with check-in. Property has only about 24 rooms. Competitive gas price just north of the property and very good barbecue in The Grill Hut about half a mile SW of the Knights Inn.
We stayed at this hotel while visiting my parents. We stayed here to have a bit more peace and quiet, also because my parents had gotten rid of all the extra beds in the house in preparation for a move. The room was a decent size and it was larger than what I expected. As advertised there was a fridge and a microwave in the room which was a great asset. The maid service would come at different times so it was hard to tell when the room would be made up. The air conditioning unit was hard to control, it was either very cold or hot. The front desk staff moved extremely slowly at check in and used an outdated carbon copy method to make sure we were all checked-in the process took a lengthy 30 mins. It was a bad first impression but the stay won us over. There were issues with our keys on two occasions but they fixed that right away. I enjoyed our stay and the simplicity of the hotel--I saw as a boon.
THE ROOM WAS NICE AND COMFORTABLE.I LIKE THE PRICE FOR WHAT YOU GET.
The Hotel is deceivingly small with large, beautiful rooms. It was comfortable, inviting and everyone was very helpful with questions about the area. I was only there one night of my vacation; but the room was the best one I'd stayed in the the whole vacation. The drawback was not having much of anywhere to eat, or, delivery/room service available. The street was unknown to the few restaurants that did deliver and the city (unlike the Hotel) closes very early. However,I did find a very nice Mexican eatery within walking distance that did do take-out. The only other problem was that the refrigerator was locked up and not readily available.
It was the worst!! When we arrived the key to the room didn't work so they had to use the master key,then when we get in the room it was only one bed when I asked for two double bed's when making my reservation,then they move us to another room but the room wasn't ready so they move us to another room that was so hot it took at least five minutes to get the room cool using the air conditioner.Then in my reservation it stated that there was a hair dryer in the room well there was not.My nightmare was not over yet in the morning my husband went down to get some breakfast ceral the milk was so hot not a good stay.
We spent 3 days in Bakersfield for a graduation in June and it was super hot. The first night our air conditioner stopped working and it was miserable but the next day we asked if we could be moved and the staff was very friendly and accommodating. The rooms were recently renovated and were fairly large. I would recommend it and the price was great.
Within a short walk of Valley Plaza Mall, Knights Inn and Suites Bakersfield is within 2 miles (3 km) of Camelot Park. This 20-room hotel welcomes guests with free breakfast and conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking. Also close to this Bakersfield hotel are Kern County Fairgrounds and Golden West Casino.
Start your day off right with a free continental breakfast.
All 20 rooms feature microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. TVs come with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Ironing boards are also available.
At Knights Inn and Suites Bakersfield, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas. If you plan to drive, free parking is available.