I love this place, I keep coming back a few times a month. The price is reasonable, I walked into my room and it smelled great, the bedding was clean, and the restroom was impeccable. This is a place to come stay, if you're looking for staff that will treat you like royalty, this isn't it.But, I don't stay there for the staff treatment, I stay because it is affordable and very well kept.
I stayed with my family for 10 days. The staff in the breakfast room was excelente and the food was good. The room had an awful smell though, and even after being cleaned by the cleaning staff it still smelled terrible. I would like to think that it was a problem specifically with our room, and would expect the other rooms to be not that smelly. I would recommend it, if you're doing business nearby or staying for a couple of days.
The hotel was OK. But there's no elevator to the second floor which tells me the building was old. The room was clean. However, the hot water in the bath room needs major maintenance. The temperature went up and down all the time. For few times I was almost burnt. Other than that water problem, it was all good.
The City of Industry is built on trade. With no business taxes and a dedicated Foreign Trade Zone, office and manufacturing parks have blossomed where agriculture once grew. The City of Industry honors its roots at the Workman and Temple Family Homestead Museum. This institution has preserved one of California’s oldest homes, an 1841 ranch house updated in the 1870s.