I killed 3 pincher bugs and 1 spider. Not cool. However, the staff was top notch. They gave me a free nights comp that doesn't expire. It's because of the staff that I'm even interested in using my free room comp.
I rented a room at this hotel during my stay to visit with family. It is centrally located near I-5. I would recomend this hotel looking to someone looking for a nice but simple hotel. The breakfast isn't bad as well. Its relatively quiet. Overall it was a good experience. Nice prices as well.
"Nice hotel, but disappointed in Expedia service."
Nice hotel. BUT Expedia person who took my reservation did not tell me breakfast was NOT included. I was shocked when I was handed a bill for breakfast. Desk clerk told me expedia was supposed to give me a choice of breakfast included or not. It was not mentioned to me by Expedia person. Also, desk clerk did not give a receipt when I checked out, said Expedia would email it to me. I got nothing from them.
Staff members were very friendly and helpful to event the smallest details. The bed they couldn't help. It was not a firm bed. Tossing or turning would bounce the entire king bed from one end to the other. It was not restful. The room was quiet. The breakfast was a real breakfast, not mere donuts and treats. Eggs, hash browns, bacon sausage, pastry, cereals, fruit juices, etc.
Previously I had problems with the room. Their staff did not like to clean the room
I went back to the hotel and it seems fine. No problems
The breakfasts were good but they did not have whole milk or half and half for your coffee
We stayed here 2 nights to beat the heat, wanted AC and the pool. The hotel is a little confusing to get to if you try to avoid toll roads, but it is in a very nice, quiet location. The executive king suite was comfortable and clean. The best part is the large, jet tub. They also provide a pretty nice hot breakfast. Overall, we were very impressed with this hotel.
About halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, Mission Viejo's dramatic landscape--it sits in the Saddleback Mountain Valley-- was sparsely settled until the 1960s, when it became one of the largest (and most successful) planned communities in America. Mainly residential, Mission Viejo retains its heritage with many Spanish mission-style homes.