From the first encounter with Donn at the front desk reception, we were welcomed with hot coffee/tea/ water and the friendliest person we have met. The entire Hotel was very clean. The room was a descent size, oversized balcony. The outside space was very nice. Cleaning staff was great & very accommodating. Breakfast was not your ordinary complimentary breakfast. We enjoyed our stay very much will definitely go back and recommend it. Not to say that our 2 yr. old loved the waterfall in the main lobby! Great place to stay. One more thing, I read about thin walls and hearing people next to you on some reviews. We didn't hear a peep!
Outside was nothing special but inside was clean & comfortable. The price was about half of what other hotels in area charge & other than outside being plain this was definitely worth the stay. It has pretty much all the same smenities, free breakfast & WiFi, free parking, pool, etc. close to public transit.
Good location for business travel in the Mountain View area. Clean rooms and friendly staff. The hotel was under construction when I was there and looks like it will be for some time, which was a bit of an inconvenience. I also find this hotel a bit expensive for the quality but I'm sure it's because there are limited options in the area so they can charge whatever they want.
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 room was clean - a bit out dated, but clean. There was coffee (Kurig) in the room with real coffee cups. I was surprised that the bathtub was big enough for 2 and was a jacuzzi tub. We only spent one night but it was fine and I'd stay there again. The breakfast was much better than I expected. Eggs, bacon, Belgian Waffle maker, juices - lots of food to choose from. The beds were pretty comfortable - but I recommend bringing your own pillow. Those on the bed were huge.
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.