a traveler from Travelocity.com
on April 17, 2009
This hotel is a boutique hotel designed in a Mexican motif. It was clean, the price was right, and the accommodations were good. The tile floor is a little bit awkward as when going from tile to carpet, there's about a half inch drop off. In the middle of the night, you could be thrown off balance. The balcony was nice; however, the sliding glass door did not lock and the pin they have provided to secure to door could have been shaken out by an intruder. The sliding glass doors need replacement as significant road-noise can be heard from the road.
We stayed in a one bedroom apartment. The comfort of the beds was OK. The apartment contained one king-size bed, one twin, and one full-size futon. There were two bathrooms and a kitchen.
There is no vending machines located on-site; however, there is a restaurant in the parking lot and a Ralph's grocery store across the street. There are several other restaurants within walking distance. The on-site restaurant is a Mexican-style restaurant does provide free continental breakfast with the typical food choices.
Overall, good value and good stay. Would recommend.
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