Oct 11 - Oct 12
Great stay. I just didn’t appreciate their sheets having stains on them. I had to ask for them to bring me different sheets. The housekeepers also don’t sweep inside of the closet and it shows. Outside of that, it was a pretty decent stay.
Sep 29 - Sep 30
Enough space of parking, great breakfast, clean rooms, clean sheets.
Oct 4 - Oct 5
We stayed here during the pandemic as well as when there was rioting/ looting foing on due to the senseless dearh of George Floyd because our son was graduating from high school after qe relocated outside kf CA. The staff was awesome, friendly and accommodating ro all of our requests. The rooms were ...
Oct 4 - Oct 5
It was excellent, rooms were clean, my family was very comfortable.
Sep 30 - Oct 1
There was trash everywhere in the parking lot. But other than that the over stay was good...
Sep 30 - Oct 1
This property is very poorly maintained. Stuffing coming out of the sofa, poorly cleaned. Cracks in the tile and grout in the bathrooms. Furniture was old. Worse was the fact that the heat didn't work. The thermostat was an antique as was the furnace. We couldn't stay there and had to leave and find ...
Book an extended stay hotel in San Bernardino
If you want to spend plenty of time in San Bernardino but don’t need all the bells and whistles (and their extra cost), then an extended stay hotel is an ideal solution. Also called short-term housing, these hotels will make your next long trip even better. Stay in San Bernardino for several weeks or months without a care in the world. Whether you’re on a business assignment, relocating to the area, or simply want to visit for more than a few days, San Bernardino extended stay hotels are for you.
Letting you live life while on the road
One of the biggest perks of extended stay accommodations is that these types of facilities let you settle into a comfortable living routine. Many include a small kitchenette in the room, which allows you to store and make your own food. This adds convenience and significant cost savings, since you won’t have to go out to eat for every meal.
Additionally, many extended stay hotels include laundry facilities on site. While short-term travelers can easily live out of a suitcase, you’ll need clean clothes if you plan on staying in San Bernardino for more than a week or two.
Some extended stay hotels also include pools and gyms, which can help you maintain your fitness routine or give the kids a fun activity to enjoy. Speaking of kids, if you’re bringing the whole family, extended stay hotels won’t bust your budget. Even if you’re traveling solo or as a couple, accommodation designed for long-term stays is downright convenient. Make your booking today and see for yourself.