We stayed here for four nights during a visit to Stanford. This establishment is a drive-in motel, in which the rooms are accessed via doors that face outwards to the parking lot, which seems common for the area. Our room was small, but clean (except for the insides of one of the drawers, which held the remains of what looked like melted chocolate, though I did not investigate closely). The staff were extremely pleasant and the place seemed well cared for. Supposedly they have internet, but our room was on the opposite end of the building from the office and the wireless may not reach that far; in any case, we couldn't get it to work. For the price, though, I was satisfied in that it provided a safe place to sleep that was reasonably quiet with respect to street noise and reasonably conveniently located (for someone with a car). The main reason I cannot give it a higher review is because of the system for heating/cooling. This may be typical for the location, but each room was equipped with its own A/C-heater unit. The one in our room was extremely noisy, and turned on and off at regular intervals with a loud roar. This was not so much a problem when I was tired because I could fall asleep in spite of it, but after 4-6 hours of rest I would wake up when the unit switched on and it was hard after that to fall asleep again with the constant interruptions of the device switching on and off every 10 minutes or so. This may be something that can be fixed by fiddling with the controls, but we were not able to figure out how. On our last night there, our AC/heat unit suffered a hardware failure and would not turn on, which was good from a noise perspective, but unfortunately it became quite cold in the room as the night went on, and there was only one thin blanket on the bed (this was February). After 3:30am I could no longer sleep because of pains in my legs due to the extreme cold, and at that hour there was no easy solution to the problem. The other drawback of the hotel is that it does not have any common public spaces for hanging out, and the room was too small to accommodate two people doing anything except sleeping, so we had to find other places to spend any downtime we had on the trip. For people who only need a place to sleep that wouldn't be a problem, but on a few mornings we found ourselves having to drive around to find a place where we could sit down and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee because there was no space at the hotel for this sort of thing. I expect this would be the situation at any of the other comparable hotels along this stretch of El Camino Real, though. If we were to go back again next year I would probably choose to stay at a different class of hotel with more amenities, but for the price I think what you get is reasonable.
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