My husband and I stayed here for one night with our two daughters. We got a studio suite with two double beds and a sofa bed. The room was clean and the staff are all really nice. Lauren at the front desk is very young, but she is impressively professional. She was able to give us a room for early check in and she seemed organized and efficient every time we stopped by the front desk. We could not hear any air traffic from the airport, but we can hear the faint sound of a train every now and then in the distance. It was not enough to wake us at all though. We stayed on a Friday night, and the property was very quiet even though most of the rooms were full. I was happy with our stay at this Residence Inn. The only negatives are 1) The room is slightly small to have two doubles and a sofa bed. We had to move the sofa to be able to pull it out. 2) The bathtub looked a little dingy. I don't think that it was dirty, but stained from the hard water in the area. Perhaps they should get different cleaners with which to scrub it. I had my daughter take a shower, rather than a bath ... just in case. 3) The two little breakfast rooms cannot accommodate the number of guests they have staying there. It was super crowded and our family of four was extremely lucky to get two tables next to each other that seated two. Although my husband said that the eggs were the best powdered eggs he's ever had at a Residence Inn (we try to stay at them because of the room size and breakfast), I found the breakfast to be disappointing. That morning, there were scrambled eggs, potatoes, and so-so biscuits with gravy. Usually Residence Inns have some type of meat like bacon or sausage. My husband suggested that the meat was in the gravy. True, there were tiny bits of sausage(?) in it, but I wouldn't count that really as a meat. I am not picky when it comes to a complimentary breakfast, but I left there hungry. There was a waffle maker, but a man was making a bunch of waffles to take back to his room, so we couldn't get to it. My daughter said she had a blueberry muffin, but I only saw bran.
In summary, this Residence Inn is very good. The staff is great. The rooms are clean and quiet. Parking is adequate. It is in a safe area. My only complaint would be about the breakfast and the breakfast area. All in all, I would stay here again and recommend it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Residence Inn by Marriott Ontario Airport hotel offers apartment-style suites with separate living and sleeping areas, fully equipped kitchens and free high-speed Internet access. Enjoy our hot breakfast buffet daily & our weekday social hour (Mon-Thur) - both complimentary! The Residence Inn Ontario Airport hotel is adjacent to the Ontario Convention Center, the Ontario International Airport (ONT) and just 3 miles from the new Citizens Business Bank Arena, home to ECHLs Ontario Reign. Enjoy shopping at Ontario Mills, South California's largest shopping and entertainment complex. Shopping at Victoria Gardens and Montclair Plaza are also nearby. For play time, the Residence Inn Ontario Airport hotel is near Epicenter Stadium, Auto Club Speedway (formerly California Speedway), Raging Waters Park, Fairplex in Pomona (LA County Fair) and many other events. Los Angeles County's beautiful mountains, beaches and desert playgrounds are all easily accessible from the Residence Inn by Marriott Ontario Airport hotel ... more less
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