The hotel was fine. It was quiet and clean. My big complaint was the towels. They we almost as thin as a paper towel. Also the pool was not open at night and parking was a problem.
The hotel was clean. They had an awesome restaurant on site. The valets went above and beyond their jobs and were extremely friendly. Nice place to stay.
This is an older establishment but always clean. Staff is very friendly. Nothing fancy, but everything you need. If you want more go somewhere else and pay the price.
Apparently here is only 1 ice machine in the entire hotel. And the vending machine didn’t work. But other wise it was a decent hotel at A decent price.
I liked that the front desk was 24 hours. Staff was friendly and helpful. The room was nice. I liked the reminder call an hour before check out. The room was a little bright that it was hard to sleep though.
This was a lovely quaint hotel that was nice to retire to after a long day of exploring and adventure seeking. Not your typical resort environment. If that's what you are looking for this is definitely not it. There is no a/c, but I personally loved that I could just open the windows and let that ...
We'd been sleeping in a tent for nearly a week, so it was time to sleep in a real bed with a hot shower, and this hotel came in fairly affordable on the day-of. From the pictures it looks ok, and I love how the grounds are laid out with the reception, pool and breakfast area in the centre, with three ...
I booked this room for one night. I needed a pet friendly hotel that is close to the airport and Pacific Marina Inn met both requirements. I was worried after reading some of the reviews regarding noise and cleanliness, but I only needed the room for approximately 14 hours so I figured I deal with ...
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