I have stayed at the Castro Valley Inn a few time over the past few months. It is located in a nice , safe location. Parking is ample, and food options etc.. are within walking distance. This is a basic no frills, clean and well located place to stay. If you want a spa and valet parking this is not ...
Hotel really shows its age. Rooms are outdated, needs painting, new faucets etc. Bed sheets were very worn, had holes in them. Sheets barely covered the king mattress, they couldn't be tucked in so by morning the sheets were off and you're laying right on the mattress. The room had a Jacuzzi tub ...
Great hotel, nice facilities. Pool is very nice. Impeccable service, really top, whater you want or need, service is top. Food is excellent and room service is top. A little noisy in the streets, and you ear it even on the 19th floor, but the whole area is like this...
5 stars for location. The hotel is close to everything, including Trader Joe's, Target, a couple of Starbucks and a Ross. 3 for check in... I asked for a room on the same level as the other guests in my party, that subsequently led to a two hour delay in check in. I had to keep calling for updates, ...
The room was clean and good for the price I paid. A shuttle is provided and it takes you to the airport where you can take the BART into the city. The rug was very old but the bed was comfortable and it was clean.
Staff members were super helpful. Comfortably upscale but relaxed enough that I was not self-conscious traveling with my energetic 9 year old son. Saw one other family with a kid; most guests seemed younger/professional/cosmopolitan. But happily not in a partying way. Lounge restaurant food was tasty ...
The best way to get to know Castro Valley may be through its top attractions. Among these are AT&T Park, Exploratorium, Alcatraz Island, Mission Dolores Park and Coyote Hills Regional Park—all of which are compelling reasons to visit.
Need a place to kick back after all that sightseeing? Castro Valley also has 334 hotels, which rate highly for Location and Hotel Staff, meaning they offer more than just a comfy bed to snooze in.Best times to visit Castro Valley
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Not everyone in Castro Valley calls it a night after sundown. Party with the night owls at Tonga Room & Hurricane Bar, Vesuvio Cafe and Elephant Bar Restaurant.Getting to Castro Valley
If you're flying in, head for San Francisco International Airport — it's one of Castro Valley's main transportation hubs.What to do in Castro Valley
There are plenty of ways to get out and enjoy yourself in Castro Valley. If stress-busting is more your thing, Nob Hill Spa at The Scarlet Huntington is an oasis of relaxation and pampering.
If you're looking for something fun to do with the whole family, kick back in the theaters at Lorenzo Theater to see action-filled stories play out on the silver screen. AT&T Park opens its doors to sports fans, offering concerts or a dose of althletics alongside sweet and savory treats.
Where to eat in Castro Valley
If sightseeing has left you feeling peckish, enjoy a snack or a refreshing drink at The Cheesecake Factory, Tadich Grill, Fog City and California Pizza Kitchen. These and Castro Valley's many other restaurants offer up a tasty energy boost.Outdoor activities in Castro Valley
There are ways to kick back in Castro Valley beyond its marquee attractions. Alcatraz Island and Mission Dolores Parkare great places to get some fresh air and spend time outside.Where to eat in Castro Valley
If sightseeing has left you feeling peckish, enjoy a snack or a refreshing drink at The Cheesecake Factory, Tadich Grill, Fog City and California Pizza Kitchen. These and Castro Valley's many other restaurants offer up a tasty energy boost.Shopping in Castro Valley
You can't bring everything with you. Luckily, Westfield San Francisco Centre and Nordstrom San Francisco Centre are around in case of the unexpected — you can pick up formalwear, casual looks and accessories while in Castro Valley. Nordstrom San Francisco Centre stocks trendy and comfortable options for all sorts of occasions.
If your headphones break — or if they don't match your outfit — the gadgets at Best Buy are on hand to keep you connected and looking high-tech.Getting to Castro Valley
If you're flying in, head for San Francisco International Airport — it's one of Castro Valley's main transportation hubs.
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