Upgrade: no upgrades Location: near warehouses Pretty outdated decor. The AC is super loud, which makes it difficult to sleep. We just needed a place to crash as we were driving back from Vegas to the Bay Area and this worked out. Great value for point redemption.
My company made reservations for a male employee. He communicated that the hotel was fine; but the area in which the hotel is located is not very good. Our employee does not recommend the hotel based on the outlying area.
I chose this property over the newer one near the airport because of the great and better reviews it received here on TripAdvisor. Although in a semi-industrial area I was pleasantly surprised that the grounds were very nice and lush and I felt safe. The front desk personnel were friendly and answered my numerous questions with a smile. I got a two queen bed room on the 4th floor. Everything was clean (there were some dust bunnies and an out of reach water bottle under one of the beds of which I notified the housekeeping staff as I was leaving). It was just a few blocks off of I-99 and there were several eating options available nearby. There is also a Costco three blocks away. I ordered dinner take out from the nearby La Imperial Taqueria - it was great. There is a nice indoor pool, an exercise room and an in house bar and restaurant where they served full service breakfast which I enjoyed before I left (not complimentary - but there were several delicious options). When my travels take me this way again I will choose to stay here. Thank you for your hospitality!!…
Traveling to Bremerton Wa. We stopped last night in Bakersfield Ca and stayed here. Not a new hotel but rooms were clean. Melinda at the front desk was both professional and friendly. The young lady working in the restaurant was also very friendly. We appreciate smiling friendly people when traveling in an area we are unfamiliar with.
We stumbled on this hotel at the last minute when diverted by traffic jam on I-5 heading towards Palm Springs from the north. Room was just fine. Breakfast was very good, even with limited selection in a time of COVID. The standout, however, was the people who staffed the place. Shoutout to Angi, but also to the housekeeping staff and its manager. They were beyond friendly and helpful. We liked the place so much and appreciated its very reasonable price that we went somewhat out of our way to stay there on our trip back north 10 days later. When my wife left behind the remote that ran her hearing devices, the housekeeping manager (Maura?) went so far out of her way to make sure that we got the expensive device successfully returned to us via UPS (no thanks to UPS) that we owe hear a GREAT debt of gratitude.…
i went to priceline . in a family business. It was a good experience . i would recommend it . i wouod stay again in this Hotel. Air Conditiononing was good the only bad thing is that there is no breakfast
First and last time at a holiday inn, for sure. Dirty and ripped carpet, damaged furniture, no refrigerator (unless you’re in a suite, none available), very important for me I need to keep my insulin chilled. Overhead light in bathroom not working. Be VERY VERY careful reading web site, it’s exceptionally deceiving. Too, no food available, the kitchen was closed.
Do not listen to the positive reviews about this hotel! I can only assume they are written for other Holiday Inn locations in the area. This hotel is OLD, DINGY, and just plain uncomfortable. For the amount of money charged, you get very little. Hallways were dark and musty, room barely clean, and seriously understaffed. No free breakfast with zero explanation or substitute, pool was gross, and just not a good place to stay. The location does not feel especially safe either. If we hadn't been on the last night of our vacation with 3 tired kids at dinnertime, we would have moved to a different hotel immediately. Do not recommend staying here EVER.
The "continuos fan" doesn't stay on continuously so I keep waking up in a sweat! The sheets are not 100% cotton and the duvet and blanket is for arctic condtions, but the ac won't stay on nor the fan, so the noise and temp changes, when it comes back on distracts your sleep patterns, it's insanity. I was exhausted and haven't slept one wink and I'm furious about it to top that off. Not the first time I've had issues sleeping in an "H"IAS. I'm curiuos as to why they built the brans new building without central air units! This is why I now stay in cheap motel rooms, after years of one bad over priced corperate room with old fashioned ac units. The Pool. When will hotels ever stop allowing one family or group to take over the hotel pool? I haven't had a single swim in California in my three weeks at any hotel, thanks to no supervison of the property when a family group decides to comendere the pool area for themselves all evening at prime time 4-8 pm. The halls, and elevator, all driping in pools of water by unsupervized miniors running amok bath and forth from the pool area with no supervison. I am already overpaying as a walkup, and, they expect you to retrive a member number, apparently you don't just come up in the system, which of couse is totally ridiculous. My last stay at a Holiday Inn for a long time. Still holding back basic services "because covid" for no reason other than to be cheap. Restaurant is closed, no breakfast, which in this location is incredibly inconvenient. The final night in a disastrous California road trip I won't soon forget, and do regret.…
I stayed here one night while en route to Los Angeles. The room was everything I needed—clean, spacious, quiet, affordable, pleasant, and in excellent condition. No unusual sights or smells noted. The main downsides are that the hotel is very isolated and sits next to an industrial area to the west. If you are staying here, you definitely need a car.