Good location on El Camino, and free parking. Breakfast is ok, if you like carbs, eggs and sausage. No yogurt, but 2% and non fat milk available. The pool is "sun heated" , as is common in some foreign countries. Our room was clean and quiet, good air conditioner. Towels were old and thin. skimpy on the toiletries. Small lobby and separate breakfast room. Lovely courtyard some with a few tables and a pool. About 1/3 of the pool is 2 feet deep, so not reallya lap pool.
We didn't see the gym so can't comment on it.
Decent but needs some updating in the bathrooms esp with the tiles. Clean. Breakfast is mediocre. Eggs and bacon not very appealing. Toast, cereal, coffee acceptable. Staff friendly and helpful. Underground parking is a plus.
This hotel is 1 mile from Castro Street in downtown Mountain View, and 8 miles from Norman Y Mineta San Jose International …More
Our room was perfect for an overnight stay attending a concert at the Shoreline Amphitheater. Our continental breakfast had hot and cold foods and the cook staff were so nice. I would stay here again. It's also walking distance to downtown Mountain View if you want to find some great restaurants.
Located half a mile from the junction of Highways 101 and 85, this hotel is in the Silicon Valley between San Francisco and …More
The best things about this hotel are that it is cheap, and it is close to Quora, the company that I was visiting in Mountain View. The hotel building itself is a bit down at the heels but the rooms are clean and well enough furnished. It's a comfortable place to sleep, but not a place that I'd want to entertain guests, nor a romantic getaway.
This area’s resident tech giants include Google, AOL, and Mozilla. In the Old Mountain View District, Castro Street’s sidewalk cafés, independent bookstores, and ethnic restaurants evoke an ageless charm. Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View seats up to 22,000 for its big-name events. To the northwest, the 9,000-square-foot NASA Ames Research Center hosts a constellation of tours and exhibits.