Hotels Near Linda Lane Park In San Clemente

3.8/510 Reviews
0.55km from Linda Lane Park
The best thing about this hotel is the location. You are literally a hop, skip and a jump from the beach! This is the main reason I booked it for our anniversary. Getting a spot in the parking garage was fairly easy. There were a few spots available for $10 per day. The receptionist gave us our gate remote for the garage and let us know the easiest way to get back into the hotel. It's a small walk from the hotel, but definitely worth having. The building itself is a bit strange. I didn't see an elevator so we basically climbed the stairs the entire time. Not a problem. We entered our room via sliding glass door. All the rooms were like that. I booked the Casa Clemente. It was large enough, but seemed a bit dated. The room needed a paint job in a few places. The jacuzzi tub was situated in a weird way, but it worked and felt nice . I didn't like that the shower head above was constantly dripping on me while sitting in the tub. The shower curtain was a bit rusted and needed to be replaced. Our ocean view was partially blocked by the stairs, but there was a shared patio that was nice to sit and look at the sunset. The fireplace looked nice, but gave little heat. My guess is that it's there for the ambiance. The bed was large and comfortable and we got a much needed romantic, relaxing weekend.
FromUS$299
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.6km from Linda Lane Park
We have stayed at the Sea horse over 7 times in the past 5 years. We selected the resort based on location to the ocean and the incredible views. We have been coming back because of the amazing service and since the have updated some of the rooms the accommodations are a 10. We have been coming to San Clemente since 2004. We have stayed ate other properties and VRBO’s. The Sea horse is by far the best. One other benefit of the Sea Horse is the staff. You need anything all you have to do is ask. The manager is extremely professional and he is always asking how he can make or stay better. Congratulations on the upgrades and the sitting area, having a park to relax in and watch the waves is a real treat. Taken from our room #8 last night. This place is magical.
FromUS$349
5/5Perfect5 Reviews
0.82km from Linda Lane Park
Met some friends who had been going to San Clemente for years and did not know if the hotel. They had been to the bar and restaurant many times. The room was one of the best I have stayed in. Very comfortable, spacious and had everything you needed. Keurig and all the supplies you needed for your morning coffee. When I arrived was greated by I think ine of the owners. Helped me check into my room because amd gave me two complimentary drink coupins for the bar. Nomads is with in walking distance to everything in San Clemente. Highly recommend staying. Just make sure you read your email it has everything you need in it.
FromUS$120
2.8/512 Reviews
0.89km from Linda Lane Park
The hotel room is large, with tables and chairs, downstairs is a sports field, very nice
FromUS$154
3/510 Reviews
0.94km from Linda Lane Park
🤔The Oceana Boutique Hotel is a quaint little property just off the main drag in San Clemente. It's surrounded by houses and looks like it might have once been a private residence. It has under 20 rooms, a nice garden, and is close to the pier/beach, etc... 🏖 🤑It was the "Best Deal" at the time in South Orange County... $50-$55 per night. The price fluctuates depending on who you book your stay with and the dates you choose. The staff here is professional and courteous. They will try their best to accommodate any special requests or needs.😏 🤔I would recommend the Oceana to my friends and relatives. Anytime the price drops to $50-$55 per night, I will stay here. Thank you Oceana Boutique Hotel!🙏
FromUS$92
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
1km from Linda Lane Park
I had to get out of the house, after being stuck home during this whole pandemic I needed to run away! My husband booked our room at the Volare, for a night, I was a little unsure since I tend to lean more towards larger branded Hotels.... I have to say I was in awe of this boutique property! I think if all Boutique properties are like this, I been missing out!! The staff was so nice! Our room was clean, and I loved the fact that we had a refrigerator and microwave in the room! this was perfect because a lot of things where closed!! We Plan to come back so we can experience the restaurant & bar, pool! for a longer stay! This hotel is gorgeous!!
FromUS$201
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.12km from Linda Lane Park
I have been a repeat guest of this Inn for many years,....I keep coming back for many reasons....The kind hospitality starting at check in until you check out....how fresh and clean the rooms are with all of the amenities one needs...outstanding Maid Service....the warmth of how you are treated by the Front desk...making your stay as comfortable as possible...the sound of the Water fountain in front..creating such a nice ambiance...the huge swimming pool where they actually have a B.B.Que you are welcome to use..and of course the complimentary breakfast in the morning....there's a very nice woman who works the breakfast room whom is full of kind hospitality..I highly recommend this amazing Hotel.....you do not even have to drive..there are so many restaurants within walking distance...Thank you Casablanca Best Western!!!!
FromUS$174
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
1.12km from Linda Lane Park
I’m not typically one to leave reviews but this time I cannot say enough. We remember our stay at Patriots’ in the best possible way. We were in town for a Military Funeral- a somber time to say the least. Despite the circumstances Patriots’ was the perfect place to unwind, reflect and become acquainted with a true gem of Southern California, San Clemente. From the moment we checked in the homey atmosphere of the quaint motel welcomed us in a way larger chains cannot replicate. Like a nod to simpler times, Patriots Motel presented an invitation to enjoy quality time together. All the standard “check boxes” Of a pleasant place to rest your head while away from home were met and surpassed. Our room was spacious & clean, bed & linens super comfy. Management & staff were friendly & helpful. Customer service was outstanding. In speaking with one of the staff members we mentioned I have always wanted to surf- she invited us to meet up at a local beach and show us the ropes. Talk about a highlight of our stay! The warmth of their family run business is not something we will soon forget. As others have mentioned, Patriots is a walkable distance to a grocery store & has a cozy outdoor area to grill out, picnic tables to enjoy the fantastic weather of SoCo-while watching the birds enjoy the feeders. If you are looking for good eats out or nightlife-you will not be short on options. We enjoyed walking the downtown shops and had some killer butternut squash soup at Fig @ 313-by firelight. One morning we watched the surfers at San Clemente Pier Surf break while sharing the biggest Breakfast burrito we’ve come across. (Burrito was from Pedros, just down the way from the motel. Definitely check them out!) Another big plus being outdoor enthusiasts-Patriots is centrally located to many impressive options, all 30-45 minutes from the Motel. (Torrey Pines, Doheny & Crystal Cove State Parks) There are a solid variety of thrift shops a walk away. We left with some serious finds that similar to Patriots Boutique & Motel, were affordable and out performed our expectations. In short- we have found our place to stay when visiting Southern California. Can’t wait to go back!
FromUS$139
4.8/5Outstanding14 Reviews
1.21km from Linda Lane Park
I am just a continuing customer. Still love the hotel and the rates that Trip.com offers all the time. Being able to earn coins for some money off on all future trips is pretty rad. Enjoyed my stay as it was going to be ONE night. I ended up staying here all week.
FromUS$188
3.9/510 Reviews
1.85km from Linda Lane Park
This is our second stay here in as many weeks. My husband and I stayed here a few nights before going on a cruise. The rooms and furnishings are very cozy. Can't say enough about the heavenly mattress! But, the cleanliness of the room was very sub par. When we checked in we were warmly welcomed and he told us the place is under renovations, so we gave them a lot of grace. But DON'T walk barefoot on the carpet in your room..... filthy! After our cruise we needed a place for a couple of nights before catching our plane back to Alaska. Why did we come back to this place? Lots of reasons. First and foremost we were treated well by all the workers we came in contact with. That is a very big deal. Second, the location is fantastic! And last (but not least) the price is reasonable. Why only 3 stars if I like it so well? Because I will be back, probably before the end of the year and I am hoping that management takes our input to heart and makes a few adjustments. One area to improve is the coffee in the room. It's TERRIBLE!!! (We love the fridge/freezer! Nice size, not too small like other places). Another improvement would be the wardrobe/dresser. It may be outdated according to some but I love the style. However, the doors on the one in our first room were missing, and off the hinges in our second room. Definitely needs more hangers also. But probably the best thing you could do for your guests would be to pay more attention to the cleaning details. I'll overlook the cracked tiles, or the ancient bathtub but not cobwebs on the ceiling or over the light fixtures. And certainly not the filthy floors, my feet were black on the bottom and I did not want to put them in my clean sheets! Please work with your cleaning staff and help them do a better job. This lovely property deserves it!
FromUS$155
3.5/510 Reviews
2km from Linda Lane Park
This is a family owned and ran Hotel with the owners living on site. The hotel itself is very quaint and, with a cozy feel. The rooms are well decorated, and clean...the layout is very nice, and pleasant. The upstairs where the rooms are, is very well open and Airy and pretty. However, not always so with the family... not evrr- judt not very friendly, to the point of almost being rude! They are absolutely not willing to bend, even the slightest, in any direction, in any way, no matter what the circumstance. While I was in the process of moving here, durring several a week long-stay, they insisted on coming in every day and cleaning instead of just switching iut towels, INSISTED to the point of Annoance, everyday insisted on us leaving, and the maid coming in to make up the room! Calling several times wanting to know when dhe could come in...! And st checkout! Right at quarter to 11, calling the room to remind you again, to see if your checking out, it is maddening!! They offer no real amenities at all really, other than ice machine, touletries, and a small pot of bitter coffee in the lobby as ' breakfast like service's I only continued to stay there as the rooms are reasonable and quaint, great Wi-Fi, and SO close to the house I was moving into. Also the parking is sparse, but safe, convienent, and well lit, but not enough to go around. Yet the owner INSISTS on using one parking spot to continually and neverendingly work and tinker on his lil jeep-like ride in one of the 20 or less spots! Odd behaviour and practices all around. Could use a shot of "helpful, hospitable, friendliness and some good ol fashion give-a-damn about the customer, ONCE in a damned while... like Ever! Come on, potential oozing from every corner! SMH
FromUS$125
3.9/510 Reviews
2.16km from Linda Lane Park
Hotel is a clean, well kept, unpretentious basic accommodation that served me well during a recent 4 night stay. There are only 15 rooms on the two-story property, all facing a busy street. I was assigned room 303, on the ground floor in the middle of 6 rooms. It was nicely painted with neutral colors and one accent wall. It had a rather large mini-refrigerator (with freezer compartment), microwave, in-room safe, iron and ironing board, Keurig coffeemaker (with 2 K-cups, 2 liquid creamers, and cardboard cups), and a quite small LCD wall mounted TV (Cox Cable 500 channels, good variety). Both queen beds were very firm (comfortable, new!) and 3 decent pillows per bed. The bathroom had hair dryer, tub/shower combo, 4 bath towels, 2 face towels, 2 hand towels plus mini sized bar soap and Paul Mitchell shampoo, conditioner, & hand lotion. Water pressure and in-room lighting adequate. No ice machine on the premises. Several days a few amenities were not replaced (shampoo, toilet paper...) so be sure to check while housekeeping is still actively working in rooms. Good complimentary parking and fast free wi-fi (password changed every Sunday morning) with plenty of charging outlets in the room. Photos from previous reviewers showed 2 bottles of water but we never saw any so bought our own. Our room with 2 queen beds had one upright chair and one desk chair. (Pictures of some 1 bed rooms show a couch.) Rooms get VERY stuffy even when the outside temperature is only 70 degrees as there is no cross ventilation...only a small window to open in the bathroom, giving limited ventilation unless you open the front window too (but for security reasons, we kept it closed). Thus I ran the wall-mounted fan/air conditioning unit almost full time and it is noisy. A/C randomly stopped periodically but a simple restart seemed to work. The fan/a/c noise drowned out street traffic noise. I noticed most other rooms also ran their a/c all night so am hoping manager changes filters regularly (marine layer climate can induce mold, dust mites, etc). Strangely there is no open door lobby so check in takes place through a window with a live-in desk clerk who you alert by ringing the bell. I had notified her by phone that I would be arriving after midnight (due to plane delays) and she said she would wake up to check me in if I could give her advance notice when I was driving my rental car from the airport. Not realizing until I arrived how small the hotel was, it was very kind of the man and woman who run the hotel that they worked with me on my late arrival. The neighborhood is not upscale but there are clean, modest eateries in close proximity (Tommy's, Pipes, Pedro's Tacos) as well as other moderately priced hotels and a 7-11 convenience store across the street. If you have a car and are looking for a modest 2-star hotel, this is a decent choice to be within 5 minutes drive of good beaches and surfing areas as long as the price hovers at the $80-100 range. The
FromUS$135

Hotels Near Linda Lane Park In San Clemente Review

3.6/510 Reviews
The proprietors Jenny and her husband were wonderful. Very accommodating of my crazy schedule of arrivals and checkouts. Good with recommendations on where to eat. Very kind and friendly people altogether. Rooms were nice and clean, and smelled nice (bonus!). For what I needed (a place to sleep close to work, and to do a little bit of work) this location and situation were excellent. Watching sunrise or sunset from just outside my room and over the beach were a nice bonus, too. Just minutes from restaurant hot-spots!
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FromUS$150
3/510 Reviews
🤔The Oceana Boutique Hotel is a quaint little property just off the main drag in San Clemente. It's surrounded by houses and looks like it might have once been a private residence. It has under 20 rooms, a nice garden, and is close to the pier/beach, etc... 🏖 🤑It was the "Best Deal" at the time in South Orange County... $50-$55 per night. The price fluctuates depending on who you book your stay with and the dates you choose. The staff here is professional and courteous. They will try their best to accommodate any special requests or needs.😏 🤔I would recommend the Oceana to my friends and relatives. Anytime the price drops to $50-$55 per night, I will stay here. Thank you Oceana Boutique Hotel!🙏
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FromUS$92
3.9/510 Reviews
Hotel is a clean, well kept, unpretentious basic accommodation that served me well during a recent 4 night stay. There are only 15 rooms on the two-story property, all facing a busy street. I was assigned room 303, on the ground floor in the middle of 6 rooms. It was nicely painted with neutral colors and one accent wall. It had a rather large mini-refrigerator (with freezer compartment), microwave, in-room safe, iron and ironing board, Keurig coffeemaker (with 2 K-cups, 2 liquid creamers, and cardboard cups), and a quite small LCD wall mounted TV (Cox Cable 500 channels, good variety). Both queen beds were very firm (comfortable, new!) and 3 decent pillows per bed. The bathroom had hair dryer, tub/shower combo, 4 bath towels, 2 face towels, 2 hand towels plus mini sized bar soap and Paul Mitchell shampoo, conditioner, & hand lotion. Water pressure and in-room lighting adequate. No ice machine on the premises. Several days a few amenities were not replaced (shampoo, toilet paper...) so be sure to check while housekeeping is still actively working in rooms. Good complimentary parking and fast free wi-fi (password changed every Sunday morning) with plenty of charging outlets in the room. Photos from previous reviewers showed 2 bottles of water but we never saw any so bought our own. Our room with 2 queen beds had one upright chair and one desk chair. (Pictures of some 1 bed rooms show a couch.) Rooms get VERY stuffy even when the outside temperature is only 70 degrees as there is no cross ventilation...only a small window to open in the bathroom, giving limited ventilation unless you open the front window too (but for security reasons, we kept it closed). Thus I ran the wall-mounted fan/air conditioning unit almost full time and it is noisy. A/C randomly stopped periodically but a simple restart seemed to work. The fan/a/c noise drowned out street traffic noise. I noticed most other rooms also ran their a/c all night so am hoping manager changes filters regularly (marine layer climate can induce mold, dust mites, etc). Strangely there is no open door lobby so check in takes place through a window with a live-in desk clerk who you alert by ringing the bell. I had notified her by phone that I would be arriving after midnight (due to plane delays) and she said she would wake up to check me in if I could give her advance notice when I was driving my rental car from the airport. Not realizing until I arrived how small the hotel was, it was very kind of the man and woman who run the hotel that they worked with me on my late arrival. The neighborhood is not upscale but there are clean, modest eateries in close proximity (Tommy's, Pipes, Pedro's Tacos) as well as other moderately priced hotels and a 7-11 convenience store across the street. If you have a car and are looking for a modest 2-star hotel, this is a decent choice to be within 5 minutes drive of good beaches and surfing areas as long as the price hovers at the $80-100 range. The
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FromUS$135
4.1/510 Reviews
I’m not typically one to leave reviews but this time I cannot say enough. We remember our stay at Patriots’ in the best possible way. We were in town for a Military Funeral- a somber time to say the least. Despite the circumstances Patriots’ was the perfect place to unwind, reflect and become acquainted with a true gem of Southern California, San Clemente. From the moment we checked in the homey atmosphere of the quaint motel welcomed us in a way larger chains cannot replicate. Like a nod to simpler times, Patriots Motel presented an invitation to enjoy quality time together. All the standard “check boxes” Of a pleasant place to rest your head while away from home were met and surpassed. Our room was spacious & clean, bed & linens super comfy. Management & staff were friendly & helpful. Customer service was outstanding. In speaking with one of the staff members we mentioned I have always wanted to surf- she invited us to meet up at a local beach and show us the ropes. Talk about a highlight of our stay! The warmth of their family run business is not something we will soon forget. As others have mentioned, Patriots is a walkable distance to a grocery store & has a cozy outdoor area to grill out, picnic tables to enjoy the fantastic weather of SoCo-while watching the birds enjoy the feeders. If you are looking for good eats out or nightlife-you will not be short on options. We enjoyed walking the downtown shops and had some killer butternut squash soup at Fig @ 313-by firelight. One morning we watched the surfers at San Clemente Pier Surf break while sharing the biggest Breakfast burrito we’ve come across. (Burrito was from Pedros, just down the way from the motel. Definitely check them out!) Another big plus being outdoor enthusiasts-Patriots is centrally located to many impressive options, all 30-45 minutes from the Motel. (Torrey Pines, Doheny & Crystal Cove State Parks) There are a solid variety of thrift shops a walk away. We left with some serious finds that similar to Patriots Boutique & Motel, were affordable and out performed our expectations. In short- we have found our place to stay when visiting Southern California. Can’t wait to go back!
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FromUS$139
3.9/510 Reviews
This is our second stay here in as many weeks. My husband and I stayed here a few nights before going on a cruise. The rooms and furnishings are very cozy. Can't say enough about the heavenly mattress! But, the cleanliness of the room was very sub par. When we checked in we were warmly welcomed and he told us the place is under renovations, so we gave them a lot of grace. But DON'T walk barefoot on the carpet in your room..... filthy! After our cruise we needed a place for a couple of nights before catching our plane back to Alaska. Why did we come back to this place? Lots of reasons. First and foremost we were treated well by all the workers we came in contact with. That is a very big deal. Second, the location is fantastic! And last (but not least) the price is reasonable. Why only 3 stars if I like it so well? Because I will be back, probably before the end of the year and I am hoping that management takes our input to heart and makes a few adjustments. One area to improve is the coffee in the room. It's TERRIBLE!!! (We love the fridge/freezer! Nice size, not too small like other places). Another improvement would be the wardrobe/dresser. It may be outdated according to some but I love the style. However, the doors on the one in our first room were missing, and off the hinges in our second room. Definitely needs more hangers also. But probably the best thing you could do for your guests would be to pay more attention to the cleaning details. I'll overlook the cracked tiles, or the ancient bathtub but not cobwebs on the ceiling or over the light fixtures. And certainly not the filthy floors, my feet were black on the bottom and I did not want to put them in my clean sheets! Please work with your cleaning staff and help them do a better job. This lovely property deserves it!
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FromUS$155
2.8/512 Reviews
The hotel room is large, with tables and chairs, downstairs is a sports field, very nice
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FromUS$154
4.1/510 Reviews
I have been a repeat guest of this Inn for many years,....I keep coming back for many reasons....The kind hospitality starting at check in until you check out....how fresh and clean the rooms are with all of the amenities one needs...outstanding Maid Service....the warmth of how you are treated by the Front desk...making your stay as comfortable as possible...the sound of the Water fountain in front..creating such a nice ambiance...the huge swimming pool where they actually have a B.B.Que you are welcome to use..and of course the complimentary breakfast in the morning....there's a very nice woman who works the breakfast room whom is full of kind hospitality..I highly recommend this amazing Hotel.....you do not even have to drive..there are so many restaurants within walking distance...Thank you Casablanca Best Western!!!!
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FromUS$174
3/512 Reviews
It should be considered a good choice. The suite is large and spacious with a balcony. Breakfast is simple, two 1.5-meter beds, suitable for families. After seeing more than 600 nights, I felt that my 1120 was too expensive! Recommend it
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FromUS$158
3.5/55 Reviews
This is my second time here, and again, I wasn't disappointed. It's the Holiday Season and I had business in San Clemente and came back to this cozy joint. It's an older motel, but well maintained and each room is decorated with a theme. I booked on short notice and was given a great price considering I was near the beach. What I love most about this place is the service I have received both times I have stayed here, that alone will keep me coming back. So, if your looking for a clean and cozy joint, this the place.
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FromUS$110
4/510 Reviews
I had to get out of the house, after being stuck home during this whole pandemic I needed to run away! My husband booked our room at the Volare, for a night, I was a little unsure since I tend to lean more towards larger branded Hotels.... I have to say I was in awe of this boutique property! I think if all Boutique properties are like this, I been missing out!! The staff was so nice! Our room was clean, and I loved the fact that we had a refrigerator and microwave in the room! this was perfect because a lot of things where closed!! We Plan to come back so we can experience the restaurant & bar, pool! for a longer stay! This hotel is gorgeous!!
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FromUS$201
4.8/514 Reviews
I am just a continuing customer. Still love the hotel and the rates that Trip.com offers all the time. Being able to earn coins for some money off on all future trips is pretty rad. Enjoyed my stay as it was going to be ONE night. I ended up staying here all week.
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FromUS$188
3.8/510 Reviews
The best thing about this hotel is the location. You are literally a hop, skip and a jump from the beach! This is the main reason I booked it for our anniversary. Getting a spot in the parking garage was fairly easy. There were a few spots available for $10 per day. The receptionist gave us our gate remote for the garage and let us know the easiest way to get back into the hotel. It's a small walk from the hotel, but definitely worth having. The building itself is a bit strange. I didn't see an elevator so we basically climbed the stairs the entire time. Not a problem. We entered our room via sliding glass door. All the rooms were like that. I booked the Casa Clemente. It was large enough, but seemed a bit dated. The room needed a paint job in a few places. The jacuzzi tub was situated in a weird way, but it worked and felt nice . I didn't like that the shower head above was constantly dripping on me while sitting in the tub. The shower curtain was a bit rusted and needed to be replaced. Our ocean view was partially blocked by the stairs, but there was a shared patio that was nice to sit and look at the sunset. The fireplace looked nice, but gave little heat. My guess is that it's there for the ambiance. The bed was large and comfortable and we got a much needed romantic, relaxing weekend.
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FromUS$299
4.4/510 Reviews
We have stayed at the Sea horse over 7 times in the past 5 years. We selected the resort based on location to the ocean and the incredible views. We have been coming back because of the amazing service and since the have updated some of the rooms the accommodations are a 10. We have been coming to San Clemente since 2004. We have stayed ate other properties and VRBO’s. The Sea horse is by far the best. One other benefit of the Sea Horse is the staff. You need anything all you have to do is ask. The manager is extremely professional and he is always asking how he can make or stay better. Congratulations on the upgrades and the sitting area, having a park to relax in and watch the waves is a real treat. Taken from our room #8 last night. This place is magical.
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FromUS$349
5/55 Reviews
Met some friends who had been going to San Clemente for years and did not know if the hotel. They had been to the bar and restaurant many times. The room was one of the best I have stayed in. Very comfortable, spacious and had everything you needed. Keurig and all the supplies you needed for your morning coffee. When I arrived was greated by I think ine of the owners. Helped me check into my room because amd gave me two complimentary drink coupins for the bar. Nomads is with in walking distance to everything in San Clemente. Highly recommend staying. Just make sure you read your email it has everything you need in it.
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FromUS$120
4/513 Reviews
The hotel is a bit old, the plan is not spacious and the facilities are a bit old. However, the service staff is warm and friendly, free parking, breakfast, the room structure is separate from the living room, the bathroom and the washing are also separated, this fried chicken likes, the air conditioning is noisy. It is less than 1 mile from the hotel and is conveniently located on Highway 5.
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FromUS$191
3.5/510 Reviews
This is a family owned and ran Hotel with the owners living on site. The hotel itself is very quaint and, with a cozy feel. The rooms are well decorated, and clean...the layout is very nice, and pleasant. The upstairs where the rooms are, is very well open and Airy and pretty. However, not always so with the family... not evrr- judt not very friendly, to the point of almost being rude! They are absolutely not willing to bend, even the slightest, in any direction, in any way, no matter what the circumstance. While I was in the process of moving here, durring several a week long-stay, they insisted on coming in every day and cleaning instead of just switching iut towels, INSISTED to the point of Annoance, everyday insisted on us leaving, and the maid coming in to make up the room! Calling several times wanting to know when dhe could come in...! And st checkout! Right at quarter to 11, calling the room to remind you again, to see if your checking out, it is maddening!! They offer no real amenities at all really, other than ice machine, touletries, and a small pot of bitter coffee in the lobby as ' breakfast like service's I only continued to stay there as the rooms are reasonable and quaint, great Wi-Fi, and SO close to the house I was moving into. Also the parking is sparse, but safe, convienent, and well lit, but not enough to go around. Yet the owner INSISTS on using one parking spot to continually and neverendingly work and tinker on his lil jeep-like ride in one of the 20 or less spots! Odd behaviour and practices all around. Could use a shot of "helpful, hospitable, friendliness and some good ol fashion give-a-damn about the customer, ONCE in a damned while... like Ever! Come on, potential oozing from every corner! SMH
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FromUS$125
3.9/5303 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Due to COVID we didn't really get service like that but the facility was beautiful and i loved exploring the ******. The food we ate the night we arrived was really good especially the chicken strips at the STRAT cafe. The room was nice but in the bathroom the toilet seat was already broken and i almost fell in other than that everything was well aside from the pool being closed.
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FromUS$36
4.2/528 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
Booked a random room for the hotel. When I arrived, I gave a smoking room and said there was no choice, but it was too bad. I added 30 US dollars to upgrade and the room was just as bad. Still facing the most noisy street, the windows were not soundproofed at all, and it was difficult to wait a second, let alone sleep ... Finally, I added 50 US dollars to wait until the latest building to live. The rest of the rooms are about 1-2 stars. There is a feeling that the low price will lie to you and let you increase the price. You will not order this plan online again !! This sales method is too bad ...
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FromUS$67
4.2/5289 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
He brought his son here seven years ago, and the impact of this epidemic has changed from South America to returning to Vegas or staying here. The resort fee has risen to $ 44, and the room is still the same as before, and it looks old. But the price is still relatively low on the strip The downstairs casino business is booming, but it should be closed now. This epidemic is really hot in the world. The airport uber came here for more than 20 knives.
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FromUS$123
4.6/5183 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
moved to this hotel right after the new year. registered at the reception at 12 pm, promised to send an SMS when the number is ready. waited until 15:30 pm and never sent anything. I had to go to the Reception with my things again, stand in line and ask for check-in. when they reapplied, another employee named Helena spoke to us, she professionally solved our issue in 10 minutes and immediately settled us on the 42nd floor, as we had originally asked, higher. it was the Studio overlooking the fountains of Bellagio. the room itself is spacious, clean, equipped with everything you need. the room has a bathrobe and slippers, which you will not find in other hotels. amazing view. the only thing is, the quality of the bedding and the bed are not the best. the quality of sleep is average. also in two days no one has ever removed the room. otherwise the hotel is good, conveniently located, with nice restaurants inside.
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FromUS$187
4.2/5183 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Stay was excellent as always great price for the room we stayed in. Last time we had the Octavious king room this time we stayed in the Palace Studio King and IMO it was much nicer and a better deal! This hotel is clean and in a good location right in the middle of everything on the strip. Parking is free with hotel stay as well as Wifi but no Fridge which kinda sucks but could manage without one. Will stay again if the price is right!
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FromUS$99
4.5/51593 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
My husband and I stayed at this hotel for New Year 2021. for an additional fee of $ 40 per day, we were accommodated on a high floor overlooking the High Roller and Bellagio fountains. the room was lovely, large with a very comfortable bed and quality linens. I have been to Las Vegas more than once and have stayed in the best hotels, but the quality of sleep in Venice is at the highest level. the hotel is very conveniently located with many excellent restaurants inside. room cleaning was every day. the hotel gave the very best experience. will definitely return to it again.
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4.2/5156 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The location of the hotel is very good, and it is convenient to go out and go. The hotel is opposite the participating hotel in Antelope Valley. Don't worry. The hotel room was clean and hygienic. The windows could not be opened. Everything else was satisfactory. The key was that it was super cost-effective. I booked more than 200 yuan a night in advance. The price for a day is high. I used a kiosk to check in and assign to a room with a ferris wheel view. Although the floor is not high, the view is equally good and very satisfied. The hotel is really too big. The last one is a picture of this hotel on the Ferris wheel. There are hundreds of rooms on the first floor of the hotel, and there are many rooms on the 28th floor. Hotels like this have two ice makers on the floor and you can buy drinks such as cola. If you want to drink hot water, you can ask the staff at the restaurant in the casino downstairs to give you a free glass or two. Of course drinks are free to drink in the casino, but tips are required. There are many places to eat nearby, so I did not eat breakfast at the hotel. I used to eat directly in other hotels. There are many choices nearby. It is very convenient to see the Paragon Fountain at night and see the fire in the mirage. Overall, this hotel is super cost-effective. If you want to shoot a car, the parking fee is $ 15 per night. The only downside is that I missed a T-shirt and reacted to the hotel. In the end, there was no result, but the journey was just fine. When we left, we saw too many people waiting in line to check out. We also used the self-service machine to check out quickly and easily. Wi-Fi is available in public places and rooms such as casinos. Fill in the information and use Wi-Fi. There are no additional Wi-Fi charges on the bill. I don't know if the low floor is too close to the downstairs casino, the default casino Wi-Fi so the money is forfeited.
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4.1/5346 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The hotel is super big and tired from walking. The proportion of service staff is high and the attitude is good. There are many restaurants to choose from, including Chinese, Western, Italian and Japanese. The fitness center was closed early, and the outdoor swimming pool just closed when I went there, and it looked good. Different bands sing in the lobby every night. The rooms are spacious and clean, but have no furniture, desks and chairs. There is a light rail in front of the hotel, and the exhibition center next door is very convenient. The holiday tax collected is not the same as that written on Ctrip. Pay attention when checking out.
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3.5/554 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Great hotel near the airport. Made it to Las Vegas at 1am and service was great. Check in took less than five minutes. A huge plus was the fact that I could get food from the Hooter’s restaurant and go to my room. The restaurant stays open until 6am I think. The hotel was quiet and the bed was very soft and comfortable, something much needed after a long flight. For this price, I’ll definitely be staying here again to save money.
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4.2/5271 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
Overall, we were disappointed and had much higher exoectations. If I had it to do over, I would have chosen Venetian or New York Las Vegas. Service is minimal. Check in is via a kiosk which complicated things if it doesn't work for you. Then, our keycards did not work in the garage....back to the line and kiosk which didn't work properly the first time. The hotel is very very crowded all the time. The layout is not ideal because you can relax and enjoy the Paris ambiance due to the crowds with luggage coming and going at all times. The other themed resorts seem to have that in a different area. The room looked old and needed refurbished or updated. The tub had a nasty stain in it. The rooms are very basic, so you are paying for the Paris lobby which is just crowded and stressful. The tower is with the visit but the hotel itself is not. Stay in a better option and visit this one while walking the strip. Best point, centrally located. Would not stay again not recommend this resort.
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4.5/516 Reviews
Downtown - Fremont Street
Hotels in Las Vegas have resort fees and no breakfast. There are performances in the hotel, blue men (to see the baby), and air show (suitable for gay men), very convenient, check in directly There is an escalator next to the front desk to go to the second floor, the performance hall, and buying tickets are all there. I arrived on the day and bought tickets for the night directly. I also took a photo with Blue Man at the end. Dad said that the air show was also worth the fare.
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4.4/5232 Reviews
West of The Strip
The tallest hotel on this trip to the United States The location is easy to find. Follow Google Navigation directly. Please note that if you do n’t want to pay for parking for a valet, you must take the drop off channel or drive directly to the self-parking parking building. The first floor of this parking building is for For uber and taxis, self-parking is available for free on the second floor and above. The distance from the parking building to the hotel lobby is not close. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor of the parking building, and then pass through the casino. Pay attention to the hotel lobby, which is where the check in is located. It was 5 pm when I went there, and the self-check-in was not easy to use, so I could only queue up. Our group of 3 people booked 2 rooms for about 10 minutes. Yes, no breakfast. The check out was self-service, very convenient, and the deposit was refunded at that time. Talking about the hotel, the elevator is very fast, the room is clean, no odor, good sound insulation, the room is very large, the linen is very clean and comfortable, the bathing and changing rooms are very large, but it ’s just passing by vagas, there is no permanent residence. There are famous Sichuan restaurants in the surrounding area which can be reached on foot.
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4.1/5276 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
The location was great because it was right on the Vegas strip and a lot of things were in walking distance. Food court was right up the excavators. ****** was downstairs. I didn't like the fact that there was no fridge or microwave in the rooms.
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4.6/51062 Reviews
Las Vegas Strip
I love it there very pampered like *** Lamonte i think that was his name valet very informational great service Dada was happy asf so we good all over the board very luxury i was like *** in paradise i will be staying again beautiful hotel one thing if you see me outside in the designated smoking section dont come asking me do i need help if i didnt ask you one of the overnight valets came being extra like i flagged him tf down it was annoying like boy get tf on
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