Parking is a major issue, however, the hotel staff seem to be aware and ready to assist late arrivals find a place to park for the evening. We had 2 adults and 2 teens (age 16 and 17) and they gave us a king bed and a fold out couch. One of my kids ended up sleeping on the floor. The room itself was clean but had an odd smell. They only provided 2 towels for 4 people which I found strange. The bed was super comfortable. Breakfast was good, hot to order eggs, pancakes and meats but lacked variety such as yogurt. We were there to go to Disneyland, it was close enough to be convenient if you have a car to drive to Disney for the day. Overall, we would stay there again, just to sleep, but I would want to ensure I had two queen size beds.
This hotel was great. For the price it was unbelievable. The staff was first rate and they did a great job to accommodate my wife and I on our trip. The only downfall is the elevators are really slow and they get packed with people waiting.
Probably not comfortable for more than a 1-night stay. Was clean enough and staff were helpful and friendly. Air conditioner smelled strongly of mildew! They have done good enough with minor renovations, but need to replace air conditioner/heater and mattresses. Maybe even some newer pillows.
Motel 6 Costa Mesa is located off I-405 at Harbor Blvd. Restaurants are within walking distance. Newport Beach Golf Course is …More
Costa Mesa lures those in need of a little retail therapy: the sprawling South Coast Plaza, an upscale shopping center with over 250 retailers, draws over 24 million visitors annually. The Orange County Performing Arts Center showcases dance, theatre, and musical companies. Northeast of Costa Mesa is John Wayne Airport (SNA), the bustling portal for many visitors headed to and from Orange County.