I was in San Jose for an overnight business trip, and I wanted a convenient place to stay that would be quiet and with options for dining out. This hotel is located right on El Camino Real, so the location was great- I found a nice restaurant within walking distance. The staff was very pleasant, and offered to move me to the top floor when I mentioned that I'm a light sleeper. I don't know if this is true for all the rooms, but my room was a suite, with a small kitchen. I would have liked to have stayed longer, but my trip was just an overnight. I also liked the decor, which was an interesting blend of modern and early-sixties. I assume that the hotel is owned by a corporation, but it does not have a "chain" feel to it. It's quite unique. I would definitely stay there again.
I rate the hotel highly for it's comfort and for the equipment in the room to get you an creaseproof skirt or your breakfast and the wonderful and friendly staff, always available and helpful. It's closeness to Denny's, Hobee's and Dish and Dash makes it also very convenient.
The staff is always friendly. The rooms are nice, especially the Villa rooms. The location is convenient for a lot of destinations. Also liked the free breakfast and the afternoon appetizers and complementary drinks.
Charlie from Minneapolis
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This bicyclist-friendly town just south of San Jose has been nicknamed “Garden of the World” for its abundance of orchards. Learn about its once-booming defense industry at the Iron Man Museum, a one-time factory. Admire Sunnyvale’s softer side at the Lace Museum, home to U.S. lace handiworks. Downtown’s historic Murphy Avenue offers an eclectic collection of cafés, breweries, and ethnic cuisine.