Great, friendly staff. Easy check in and out. The only complaint is the housekeeping staff never came to clean our room the entire time we were there (3 nights). The walls are paper thin so bring earplugs if you are a light sleeper.
Everything was very attractive. I was not there for a convention so the location was less than ideal. Service in the restaurant was very friendly but slow. I would go back again to give the restaurant another try as the food was imaginative and well prepared.
The lobby is pleasing to the eye, the person checking me in was not the most welcoming though. The room was nice, with the beds being very comfortable. The shower was one of the nicest I've seen. ... ( A place to hang a shaving mirror inside the shower stall would have been helpful). Overall, ...the hotel offered a pleasant experience.
The hotel is just OK. We went while some construction or remodeling was occurring. For the price we could have stayed somewhere nicer I think, but it was located close to the aquarium that we were visiting. Beds were SO COMFORTABLE. Staff was very nice. Our A/C didn't work very well and the construction started at 8am sharp, after arriving after 11 pm it wasn't what we wanted after a long night. We'd probably stay again, hopefully when construction isn't going on.
My experience was fine. I think for the price, there are more updated hotels with more ammenities. The rooms are in need of updating.
The fitness center met my needs with free weights available.
The staff were very helpful.
Long Beach, with its immense port, is a hub for commerce and leisure on the Pacific. Freighter ships haul imported goods, pleasure cruises depart for Catalina Island, and the Queen Mary, the storied trans-Atlantic liner, is moored in the city’s bay. The Aquarium of the Pacific is nearby. At night, downtown’s Pine Avenue strip and Belmont Shore’s Second Street are prime entertainment spots.