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The Larkspur Landing was built in the late 90’s. The Larkspur Landing is a regional, limited service, three-star all-suite chain. They are like a Hilton Garden Inn in Suite Form. Clean and functional, very consistent, good concept. The lobby is cute and small, with a modern-styled front desk. Immediately off the Lobby is a Reception Lounge, where the Continental Breakfast is served. The staff is cordial and you are quickly on your way to your suite.
The entrance doors into the suites lead into a nice Full Kitchen and Living Room parlor. There is also a little dining room table/work desk. Decorations are modern contemporary and pleasant, typical three-star quality. The parlor consists of a pull-out sofa bed and sitting chair. The bathroom is large and nicely decorated, but the sink/vanity is in the bathroom. Our bedroom was in a separate room with one King Bed and it’s own closet. Bed quality was good, and linens clean. However, with all the specialty beds coming out; Heavenly Beds, SuiteDream Beds, Sweet Sleepers, etc., they may want to upgrade soon. Bathroom Amenities were good. There is in-suite coffee service, as well as hairdryers and ironing boards.
There is no restaurant in the hotel, but Tahoe Joe’s steakhouse is right outside the front door (pretty good steaks). Also there is a limited grill at the Hilton Garden Inn. Additionally, there is all the typical suburban restaurants and shopping malls in the near vicinity, including Outback, Macaroni Grill, Fresh Choice, In-N-Out Burgers, Olive Garden, Starbucks and Peet’s Coffee, etc., etc. Complimentary Continental Breakfast was above average quality, almost as good as a Holiday Inn Express.
Overall decent place, and I really enjoy suite accommodations. Very well suited for long stay business travelers.
From journal A Road Trip with no Particular Place to Go