Ratings based on 373 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.6 out of 5
83% of guests recommend
3.7 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

nice breakfast hotel

Posted 6-Apr-2014
Pros: beakfast
Cons: facilities
Location: nearby Standford University, John Bentley Restaurant (highly recommended)
The hotel is close to Stanford University.The breakfast is good. The facilities are, however, just so so.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Couples
by coy from oregon

Our stay

Posted 1-Apr-2014
Pros: Not to far from stanford hospital.
Cons: Dinning area
Older hotel but looked to have been remodeled. Everything was clean, we were confortable, and we actually had no complaints about the room. The breakfast area is lacking for room though. It is cramped with only 3 or 4 tables, so you may have to take your food to your room to eat. we will be staying here again soon. We are from out of state and need medical services at Stanford hospital. We can't afford high priced motels. Just need a nice clean motel to lay our head and this motel fit the bill.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Not bad for a night

Posted 1-Apr-2014
Pros: Location to my business meetings
Cons: A decent comforter on the bed and the bathtub/bathroom updated a little.
The hotel staff was nice enough, the room was clean enough, but needed a little TLC. I had a room right on the main road so a little noisy. I will say that not having a comforter - just a light blanket, made for a very uncomfortable evening for me. The second night I requested a second blanket which was very helpful. You don't get much for $100/night these days, so this hotel was fine for my needs.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Jim

OK for the Cost in a Very Pricey Area

Posted 19-Mar-2014
Pros: Clean laminate floors. Free "full" cooked breakfast. Reasonable price in a very, very expensive south San Francisco peninsula area. Government desk.
Cons: Bathroom sink stopper missing. King-size bed too high and hard to get into even for this 6-footer. Vertical parking slots are very, very tight.
Location: Plenty of auto shops and taco places nearby. Windowless Hanky Panky lounge is across the street.
One-night stay at an older motel on the very busy El Camino Real. Closest attractive dining facility within walking distance was a clean Taco Bell. Somewhat updated motel, but showing its previous-century age.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Len from Port Angeles WA

Visiting Stanford. Hotel was close and economical

Posted 5-Mar-2014
Pros: The continental breakfast was more than that with eggs, sausage, french toast, etc. Rooms had huge jacuzzi style tubs.
Cons: Staff could be more friendly.
Location: Right on El Camino Real. Not a super area but new buildings going up nearby.
Good visit. Staff took care of us when we asked for extra towels, etc. Not overly friendly, but they got the job done.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by A verified traveller

Hotel was clean.

Posted 2-Mar-2014
Cons: They need a full length mirror in each room.
Location: It was in a great location for us. Close to place to eat, and malls close by.
This hotel was clean for the price, and the breakfast was good. I wished that they had a full length mirror in the room, and that they update in in wall air-conditioner. We enjoyed our stay, and the free nachos, popcorn, and cookies were a plus for the kids. I will stay there again.
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by G from Hungary

Posted 26-Feb-2014
Pros: Comfy bed, price, friendly service.
Cons: Bacon every day! :-)
We stayed here for 6 nights, traveled from Europe and booked through Expedia. Not the closest place to SF airport but we wanted accommodation for a good price. And to be honest for the price we paid it was excellent. Complimentary breakfast, Jacuzzi in the room, microwave, comfy bed nd quiet room. A bit of walking distance from caltrain station but who cares its great value. We would stay here again and defo recommend it to our friends! Thanks for the friendly service guys!
4 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by Barbara from Stockton, CA

Found our stay comforting and close to everything!

Posted 17-Feb-2014
Pros: It was close to where we wanted to go.
Cons: More breakfast area for people to sit-is very small/limited. Also, breakfast foods were not always available.
Location: Room was on main street that goes to other cities, waterways and highways-very convenient location.
Stayed in clean non-smoking room-room was comfortable and close to everything!. Good experience.
3 out of 5
Recommended
for Everyone
by J.J. from Portland OR

Good price and we got a good night's sleep. Quiet.

Posted 12-Feb-2014
Pros: The price.
Location: Easy to find and near restaurants. Adequate parking. We spent only one night there on our way south so we didn't explore the area.
The room was clean, reasonably comfortable, and affordable. The staff was helpful. We were too late for breakfast so I can't comment on that. An older motel, but well cared for and clean.
2 out of 5
by Ron from Seattle, WA

More of a trucker motel than a hotel.

Posted 7-Feb-2014
Mixed bag of an experience. Lots of "run-down" features, but clean and decent bed. A giant Jacuzzi tub was a bizarre accompaniment to a bathroom with scarred walls and heavily chipped doors, yet brand-new, nice quality floor tiling. A bit loud with proximity to El Camino and the "lobby" and "lounge" are nothing beyond a Motel 6. If you don't need those facilities, no problem. Service was friendly and efficient, and cleaning staff did a good job. Decent place if your expectations are set appropriately. Oh, there's a strip club across the street - bonus for some, big problem for others - you be the judge.